The Pediatric Trauma Society (PTS) Program Committee would like to give all individuals who help prevent and treat injured children the opportunity to share your work at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Pediatric Trauma Society, November 11 - 12, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. The deadline has been extended: Monday, May 16, 2016 at 11:59 PM (EDT). The Lead Presenter will be notified of the review outcome June 30th. Notification will be sent to the email address of the Lead Presenter provided during the submission process.

The PTS Program Committee will review and select abstracts for podium or poster presentations. Abstracts will be reviewed on originality, scientific merit, study design (if relevant), clarity of expression and presentation of data. The Committee will accept abstracts previously presented at a national conference but will give priority to those works that have not been previously submitted. PTS will not accept abstracts already published.

Abstract Requirements

Please contact the Pediatric Trauma Society at (978) 927-8330 if you have any questions.

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* This abstract is submitted for:
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* Objective Please list one objective per proposal

Objectives describe what the learner will be able to do by the end of the presentation. For example: Identify, Explain, Discuss, or Demonstrate.

NOTE: Educational objectives are written statements that describe the learner-oriented outcomes which may be expected as a result of participation in the educational activity. In the case of most CE activities, these statements describe knowledge, skills, and attitude changes that should occur upon successful completion of the activity.

Learner-oriented outcomes are expressed in measurable terms, identify observable actions, and specify one action or outcome per objective.
State objectives in behavioral terms using the required format. Objectives must use behavioral verbs, be stated from the standpoint of the learner, and complete the statement: "At the end of this activity, the learner will be able to..."

* Objective Content
The Objective Content is related to and congruent with the purpose and objectives. Each objective must have a corresponding content outline, which must be more than a restatement of the objective. The content provided must be evidence-based.

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The table or figure will count as 25 words toward the 250 word limit.

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