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Multicenter Trials Committee

Purpose: The multi-center trials group is open to all members of the WTA and was formed in order to review and/or research areas of trauma care where large numbers of patients are needed to answer clinically relevant questions. Studies performed and published by this group have a very high citation index in the Journal of Trauma.

Chair: Carlos Brown, M.D.

Membership: Open to all Members of the WTA.  See list of MCT Committee members

Meetings: Semi-annual Winter: Tuesday at 6:00 during Annual Meeting Fall: During AAST Meeting

Publications to Date: 40 published, 2 in submission.

ACTIVE STUDIES

  1. A prospective multicenter evaluation of the transfusion of shed thoracic blood in trauma. (PI: Gary Vercruysse [vercruys@med.umich.edu])
    Protocol
    Data sheet
    Original approved IRB submission
    Consent & PHI authorization form

  2. The Role of HIV in Post-Injury Coagulation (PI: Rachael Callcut, MD [Rachael.Callcut@ucsf.edu])
    Project Summary
    Data Collection Form
    UCSF IRB Outcome Letter

  3. Immunologic Response to Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine in Splenic Injury Patients (PI: David V. Shatz, MD, FACS [dvshatz@ucdavis.edu])
    Protocol
    Study Flow Chart
    Data Collection Form
    Consent Form
    IRB Approval

  4. Trauma and mild TBI in a pediatric population: A pilot longitudinal descriptive study assessing post-concussive symptoms, functional and quality of life outcomes (PI: Susan Biffl, MD  [susan@biffl.com])
    Research Plan
    Demographics Questionnaire
    USCS IRB Approval
    Rady Children's Ready to Accrue Letter

    Post-concussive Symptom Inventories:
    Ages 5-7 Ages 8-12 Ages 13-18


    Pediatric Quality of Life Inventories:
    Ages 5-7 Ages 8-12 Ages 13-18


    Parent Report on Pediatric Quality of Life Inventories:
    Ages 5-7 Ages 8-12 Ages 13-18

  5. Evaluation of Angioembolization for Liver Injuries with CT-Identified Blush
    (PI: Laura Harmon, MD [laura.a.harmon@ucdenver.edu])

    Protocol
    Case Report Form
    Data Collection Form

  6. Current Management of Blunt Traumatic Abdominal Wall Hernias. (PI: Robert A. Maxwell, MD [Robert.maxwell@erlanger.org]; Resident PI: Kevin Harrell, MD [kevinharrell830@gmail.com])
    Proposal
    Data sheet
    Original approved IRB submission

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION