Worldwide, human trafficking is estimated to affect 800,000 people, according to the U.S. Department of State’s 2007 “Trafficking in Persons Report,” and more than 50 percent of victims are estimated to be under the age of 18.
Diana Starace, from the Injury Prevention Program at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, is on to talk about the new regulation for young children in cars.
"Students Teaching Students About Safety"
Let's face it. No matter how hard we try to prevent them, accidents do happen. And when moments matter, the right hospital means everything. The Pediatric Emergency Department at The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital is a standalone department that treats children of all ages for minor injuries and the most serious and complex cases. It is also home to New Jersey’s ONLY Pediatric Trauma Center.
A big "Thank You!" to everyone who joined us for our Sports Safety Symposium For The Community. And much appreciation to our knowledgeable speakers and dedicated volunteers who helped make this event a success!
From the left: Dr. Ron Tesoriero, Dr. Stancie Rhodes, Dr. Jose Diaz and Dr. Vicente Gracias
Dr. Rhodes (Associate Director of Trauma) and Dr. Gracias (Chief of Acute Care Surgery) from the Level I Trauma Center at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital visit the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland to present a cutting edge surgical education program to trauma surgeons on rib fixation and chest wall reconstruction.
This year's Simulation Week (June 3-7) is an exciting collection of programs for the acute care provider (physician, nurse, medic, EMT, respiratory therapist and others).