Multidisciplinary Trauma PI Committee is an essential part of all trauma centers verified by the American College of Surgeons. A lot happens in that one hour (or so) meeting. But efficiency hinges on being prepared, and we’ve all experienced meetings where the case presentations just weren’t crisp. Unfortunately, some of the committee members may not have even glanced at the record in advance, and try to catch up during the actual meeting!
What to do? Here’s a set of guidelines to help your presenters do the best job possible. They rely on advance preparation and good communication with your trauma program.
And please comment with your own twists and turns on making trauma PI an efficient and meaningful process!
Source: The Trauma Professionals’s Blog