Boca Raton, FL, December 03, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Insights is excited to announce that The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma is a Content Advisor for the series.
Sharon Gautschy, executive director of The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma stated, “Our organization is very pleased to be a Content Advisor for Insights, and we look forward to collaborating with their production team. Educating the country on key issues related to surgery and providing guidance to assist the producers and their production team in the identification and content of these educational segments is an exciting opportunity. In our role as Content Advisor, we will be working closely with the Insight team to ensure accurate and educationally helpful content for this nationwide series.”
The Insights’ Executive Producer commented, “Providing education and resources is what this series will be about. We look to experts to give us the best direction for the series, and The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma fits that role perfectly. Having such a knowledge base to draw from with the AAST makes this series all the more powerful and content–rich. We look forward to collaborating with them.”
About Insights Hugh Downs:
The Insights series is distributed to Public TV through a national distributor and highlights the best and most compelling educational stories. Each segment is hosted by America’s most well-known anchor, Mr. Hugh Downs. For more information visit www.insightshd.com or call (772) 647-0030. Insights Address: 595 S. Federal Hwy, Suite 600, Boca Raton, FL 33432.
About The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma:
The AAST remains the leading scientific trauma society in the world. Our purpose is to furnish leadership and to foster advances in the surgery of trauma and to enhance the study and practice of Surgery of Trauma by establishing lectureships, scholarships, foundations, and appropriate evaluation procedures in the surgery of trauma where it’s appropriate. Surgery of Trauma is that field of medicine which includes investigation, care and rehabilitation of the injured patient. For more information visit http://www.aast.org/