The 2021 meeting of the
Western Trauma Association will be held from February 28th through
March 5th, 2021, at the Big Sky Resort in Montana. Information on abstract submission will be available in a few months.
Download the 2020 WTA Program e-book version
Download 2020 WTA Program Book PDF version
You can also download the 2020 WTA Meeting
here. The App will allow you to enter your attendance and process your CME credits.
Below you will find instructions for claiming CME for the 2020 WTA
meeting at Sun Valley. You have until March 13th to claim self-assessment
CME and until March 21st to claim standard CME.
REQUIRED FOR CME
You must complete the verification of attendance and conference
evaluation in order for your CME hours to be reported to ACS.
All meeting attendees may access the following link: https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5454443/eval
The deadline for completion is Friday, March 21st.
If you need technical assistance, please email
The deadline for completion is 11:59pm PDT on March 21, 2020.
OPTIONAL SELF-ASSESSMENT CME
This activity has an optional Self-Assessment Component. In
order to claim Self-Assessment Credit, you must pass the post test
with a score of 75% or higher. To complete the self assessments,
please go to https://www.elearningconnex.com/sign-up/wta-annual-meeting/?gid=48170&unc7ouE/1ERWk
The self-assessment tests opened at the end of each scientific
The deadline for completion is 11:59pm PDT on Friday, March
For technical assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Your CME Certificate will be emailed to you approximately 30 days
after the meeting and will also be posted on your MYCME page if you
are an ACS Member.
About the WTA
The Western Trauma Association is committed to the improvement
of trauma care through research, education, sharing of clinical
experiences, and the development of physicians of all specialties
who are involved in the care of trauma patients. The goals of
the Association are not only the intellectual growth attained
through increased knowledge, but also the emotional growth attained
through camaraderie and interaction with family and friends
in an environment conducive to winter sports.