CONTENTSDedicationForeword by Ernest E. MoorePreface Part 1: Trauma
Team Preparation1. The Genesis of Crew Resource Management: The
NASA Experience David Alexander 2. Crisis Resource Management
Training in TraumaChristopher M. Hicks 3. Leadership Theories,
Skills and ApplicationSandy Widder, David Kolthoff, and Peter
Brindley 4. Teamwork and Communication in TraumaPeter Brindley 5.
Situational Awareness and Human Performance in TraumaPeter Brindley
and Arthur Tse Part 2: Trauma Team Design6. Paramedical and
Non-medical PersonnelSunil Sookram and Arthur Tse 7. Transport
MedicineSunil Sookram and Alison Kabaroff 8. Trauma Team Structure
and OrganizationPaul T. Engels, J. Damian Paton-Gay, and Homer C.
Tien 9. Interprofessional Trauma Team RolesElaine Sigalet and
Mirette Dube 10. The Trauma Bay EnvironmentRondi Gelbard and Kenji
Inaba 11. Quality Improvement and Trauma Quality IndicatorsNori L.
Bradley, Selena Au, and SandyWidder 12. Putting it all Together:
Quality Control in Trauma Team TrainingCorry J. Kucik and Polly A.
Haskins Part 3: Trauma Resuscitation13. Trauma ResuscitationJohn
Kortbeek 14. Damage Control ResuscitationChad Ball 15. Damage
Control From Principles to PracticeLisa Schlitzkus, Michael Van
Vliet, and Heidi Frankel 16. Trauma Team Decision MakingMorad
Hameed and Larissa Roux 17. Emergency Critical Care
ProceduresPaul B. McBeth and Morad Hameed Part 4: Specialized
Trauma Populations18. Trauma in the Pediatric PatientMahmoud
ElBarbary, B. J. Hancock, and Melanie Morris, 19. Trauma in
PregnancyLua R. Eriksson and Paul T. Engels 20. Medical
Comorbidities and TraumaHarvey G. Hawes and John B. Holcomb Part 5:
Emergency Ultrasound and Trauma Imaging21. Basic Trauma
UltrasoundMarkus Ziesmann, Andy W. Kirkpatrick, Nova L. Panebianco,
and Lawrence M. Gillman 22. Trauma Ultrasound: Beyond the FAST
ExaminationMike Blaivas, Ashot E. Sargsyan, and Dimitrios
Karakitsos 23. Telemedicine and
Future InnovationsC.J. Kucik and J. Jonas Carmichael 24. Imaging in the Stable Trauma PatientBradley S. Moffat and Neil G. Parry Part 6: Tactical Emergency and Disaster Medicine25. Disaster MedicineMichelangelo Bortolin and Gregory R. Ciottone 26. The Multi-Casualty TraumaDaniel Roizblatt, Amin Madani, Tarek Razek, and Kosar Khwaja 27. Critical Incident Team Dynamics and LogisticsBrian P. Smith, Jonathan Mulhern, Kevin Glenn, Lewis J Kaplan 28. Terrorism and Urban TraumaSteven R. Allen, Kevin Glenn, Jonathan Mulhern, Lewis J Kaplan 29. Tactical Emergency Medicine, Procedures and Point-of-Care Evaluation in Austere EnvironmentsMichael Blaivas , Ashot E. Sargsyan and Dimitrios Karakitsos 30. Trauma in Austere Environments - Cold Injury and HypothermiaMansoor Ali Khan and Heidi Frankel 31. War Zones and Biologic WarfareJason D. Heiner and Peter Moffet 32. Nuclear InjuriesMansoor Ali Khan and Heidi Frankel 33. Trauma and Surgical Capabilities for Space ExplorationDavid Alexander Part 7: Trauma Team Education34. Designing a Simulation CurriculumJason Park, Reagan L. Maniar, and Ashley S.
Vergis 35. Designing Multidisciplinary SimulationsPeter Brindley, J. Damian Paton-Gay and Lawrence M. Gillman 36. Constructive Debriefing for Trauma Team EducationAdam Cheng, Vincent Grant and Naminder Sandhu 37. Program Evaluation and Assessment of LearningVicki R. LeBlanc and Walter Tavares 38. Teaching Technical and Procedural SkillsJameel Ali 39. Multiple Choice Review QuestionsSandy Widder and Lawrence Gillman Appendix AAppendix B
Lawrence M. Gillman, MD MMedEd FRCSC Department of SurgeryUniversity of ManitobaWinnipeg, Canada Sandy Widder, MD FRCSC FACS MHA MSc QIPSDepartment of SurgeryUniversity of AlbertaEdmonton, Canada Michael Blaivas, MDProfessor of MedicineSchool of MedicineUniversity of South CarolinaColumbia, SC USADepartment of Emergency Medicine St. Francis HospitalColumbus, GA USA Dimitrios Karakitsos MD PhD DScDepartment of Internal MedicineUniversity of South Carolina, School of MedicineColumbia, SC USADivision of Critical Care, Department of AnesthesiologyKeck School of MedicineUniversity of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA USA
"Trauma Team Dynamics is an appropriate expansion on the principles of ATLS. ... An appropriate audience includes senior trainees or providers in emergency medicine, anesthesiology, orthopedics, or trauma surgery. ... Each chapter has an adequate reference list with citations dating to within one to two years of publication as well as classic works from decades ago. ... all are well written and providers of all degrees of sophistication will find helpful information here." (David J. Dries, Doody's Book Reviews, July, 2016)