Cognitive and attitudinal impact of the Advanced Trauma Life Support program in a developing country.

@article{Ali1994CognitiveAA,
  title={Cognitive and attitudinal impact of the Advanced Trauma Life Support program in a developing country.},
  author={Jameel Ali and Rasheed U Adam and Margaret R. Stedman and Mary Beth Howard and Jack Ivan Williams},
  journal={The Journal of trauma},
  year={1994},
  volume={36 5},
  pages={
          695-702
        }
}
Improvement in trauma patient outcome has been reported after Advanced Training Life Support training (ATLS) in the developing country of Trinidad and Tobago (T & T). The cognitive impact of ATLS training was assessed from pre-ATLS and post-ATLS performance of T & T physicians in multiple choice question tests and comparison with post-ATLS test performance among Nebraska physicians. Overall, improvement between the pre-test and post-test among the T & T physicians was 22.0% +/- 2.0%. All… CONTINUE READING
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