|TNCC, widely recognized as the premier course for hospitals and trauma centers worldwide, empowers nurses with the knowledge, critical thinking skills, and hands-on training to provide expert care for trauma patients.|
ENA developed The Trauma Nursing Core Course to establish a standardized body of trauma nursing knowledge and to improve the care of all trauma patients. This seventh edition course combines interactive learning with scenario-based assessments to give nurses a comprehensive learning experience. The course includes:
- Rapid identification of life-threatening injuries
- Comprehensive patient assessment
- Enhanced intervention for better patient outcomes
A Systematic Approach of Initial Assessment
The first few minutes of trauma care are critical to achieve better patient outcomes. The A – I mnemonic and the Trauma Nursing Assessment will assist nurses in providing appropriate and early intervention.
Hands-on Training Using both an Individual and Team Approach
Three Psychomotor skill stations offer nurses the opportunity to practice the systematic approach of the initial assessment in real life situations. The skill stations covered are Trauma Nursing Process, Airway and Ventilation, and Trauma Interventions.
2 Day Intensive Course with Expert Instructors
TNCC is a 2-Day Intensive Course that is taught by expert instructors. There is a faculty ratio of approximately one faculty per four learners.
24 Chapter Comprehensive Manual
The TNCC Seventh Edition contains evidence-based content developed by trauma experts to reinforce and supplement the lectures and skill stations. It is a compilation of current trauma nursing standards and is a valuable resource for future reference.
|Trauma Nursing and the Trauma Nursing Core Course
||Spinal Cord and Vertebral Column Trauma|
|Teamwork and Trauma Care
||Surface and Burn Trauma|
|Biomechanics, Kinematics, and Mechanisms of Injury
||Special Populations: The Pregnant Trauma Patient|
||Special Populations: The Pediatric Trauma Patient|
|Airway and Ventilation
||Special Populations: The Older Adult Trauma Patient|
||Special Populations: The Bariatric Trauma Patient|
||Special Populations: The Interpersonal Violence Trauma Patient|
|Brain, Cranial, and Maxillofacial Trauma
||Psychosocial Aspects of Trauma Care|
|Thoracic and Neck Trauma
||Transition of Care for the Trauma Patient|
|Abdominal and Pelvic Trauma
||Post Resuscitation Care in the Emergency Department|
5 Online Modules with Live Links to Additional Information
These interactive modules allow students to apply what they learn and receive immediate feedback. The modules are a complete case study process—taking the nurses through an entire sequence of care. Online learning allows nurses to learn at their own pace and refer back to information at any time.
Evaluation, Verification, and Contact Hours
Successful completion of the course requires 80% or greater on the multiple choice exam and 70% or greater on the skill station evaluation.
ENA will issue verification upon meeting the criteria noted above. The verification will expire four years from the last day of the month in which the card was issued.
17.65 contact hours are awarded based on the hours attended, regardless of evaluation.
Other healthcare providers working in the emergency care setting may attend the course and receive contact hours, but are not eligible for verification.
The TNCC Seventh Edition represents ENA’s continued commitment to uphold its belief statements and provide quality, evidence-based trauma education for nurses worldwide.
The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation