29 May, 2024
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Lillibridge Healthcare Services Donates to CNTR on National Doctor’s Day – Coalition for National Trauma Research

To celebrate their healthcare tenants on National Doctor’s Day, medical real estate operating and leasing firm Lillibridge Healthcare Services (LHS) made a generous $20,000 donation to the Coalition for National Trauma Research today. March 30th is Doctors’ Day, an annual observance aimed at appreciating physicians who help save lives everywhere, and each year, the firm […]

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CNTR Once Again Earns Highest Marks for Nonprofit Transparency – Coalition for National Trauma Research

The Coalition for National Trauma Research once again earned Guidestar’s Platinum Seal for 2023. Guidestar, now collaborating with Foundation Center as Candid, is a trusted, third-party verifier of nonprofit excellence. Candid is an international organization that supports best practices for nonprofit governance though its searchable database of thousands of organizations that have provided their tax […]

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CNTR Receives DoD Contract to Integrate the National Trauma Research Repository into FITBIR – Coalition for National Trauma Research

With a newly awarded contract from the US Department of Defense’s (DOD) Combat Casualty Care Research Program (CCCRP), the Coalition for National Trauma Research will curate, harmonize and upload a tranche of high-quality legacy data into the National Trauma Research Repository (NTRR); update common data elements (CDEs); and integrate the repository in coordination with the […]

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Dr. Molly Jarman Collaborates with CNTR in Quest to Reduce Disparities – Coalition for National Trauma Research

When she was a college student, Molly Jarman saw first-hand how lack of access to emergency care affects those who live in rural America. When her roommate’s father was injured in a car crash in a small North Carolina town, the closest emergency room was two hours away. To make matters worse, bad weather that […]

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Patients and Caregivers Respond to New Curriculum and a CNTR Research Proposal – Coalition for National Trauma Research

First Meeting of I-REP Panel Provides Valuable Input for Investigators Thirteen members of the newly formed I-REP Patient & Caregiver Panel met virtually for its first official feedback session on January 30, 2024. The session agenda included discussion of a new surgical trainee curriculum called the Fundamentals of Communication in Surgery (FCS). The curriculum was developed by […]