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Winter 2024

SURVEY: Western University - Schulich School of Medicine, London, ON, Canada
Title: Evaluating Perspectives of Ontario Surgeons and Trauma Directors on Intervention and Transfer Processes of Hemodynamically Unstable Trauma Patients
Target Audience: Ontario General Surgeons
Principal Investigator: Dr. Kelly Vogt, Western University
Co-Investigators: Dr. Cohen Chaulk and Ms. Laura Allen
HSREB Approval: Western University Health Science Research Ethics Board, Jan.9, 2024

You are invited to participate in a research study evaluating current knowledge and practices surrounding management and transfer of hemodynamically unstable trauma patients initially presenting to non-lead trauma hospitals.
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Research Committee: Drs. Julie Ann Van Koughnett (Chair), T.Jackson, J.Macmillan, A.Smith, J.Weaver, (consult: ResRep)

Survey Requirements:
- Link to your survey
- Copy of your hospital/academic Research Ethics Board approval

Review:
Your package will be forwarded to the OAGS Research Committee for review and final approval before promotions begin.

Cost:
Please note that we usually only post/circulate surveys that are lead/promoted by our own OAGS MEMBERS within Ontario – for FREE.  Otherwise, there is a calendar quarterly fee of $300.  In both cases, your request MUST be approved by the OAGS Research Committee. 

Distribution:
We do not divulge our contact list, nor do we usually send a special distribution (unless otherwise directed by the board depending on the content).  Instead, it will be posted on the website/social media and included in the quarterly e-update to members.

Contact:  info@oags.org



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