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Critical Incident Management: Intended for EMS leadership for the recognition, management, and resolution of large scale incidents.
Medical Management of CBRNE Incidents
PER 211, Medical Management of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives, (CBRNE) Events answers these questions and more as you learn how to distinguish between different agents of concern that could be used in a major incident. Presented by Texas A&M University Extension Service (TEEX).
All Hazards Disaster Response
The All Hazards Disaster Response (AHDR) course teaches students how to respond to the many types of disaster scenarios they may encounter, including natural disasters and infrastructure failings, fires and radiological events, pandemics, active shooter incidents, and other mass casualty events. AHDR educates participants on how to analyze potential threats in their area, assess available resources, and create a response plan that will save lives. Presented by Texas A&M University Extension Service (TEEX).
Medical Preparedness and Response for Bombing Incidents
MGT348, Medical Preparedness and Response for Bombing Incidents is designed for personnel from any professional background who may become part of a community response to a bombing event. This interactive, instructor-facilitated program employs case studies and research-based information designed to enhance medical preparedness for and response to blast effects. Breakout sessions address considerations and concerns specific both to medical responders and emergency planners. Presented by Texas A&M University Extension Service (TEEX).
Tactical Medicine & Self Rescue: Intended to prepare rescuers for incidents involving violence.
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care
NAEMT’s Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) teaches EMS practitioners and other prehospital providers how to respond to and care for patients in a civilian tactical environment. It is designed to decrease preventable deaths in a tactical situation. The course presents the three phases of tactical care.
EMS Counter Ambush
A deep examination of the criminal mind in close ambush attacks, and a further look into what the civilian and professional can do to prepare for it. Participants, you will have the chance to learn about the criminal mind and will gain a greater understanding of effective concealment personality used by both you and your enemy.
Trauma Care: Intended to prepare prehospital healthcare providers for management of traumatic injuries.
Prehospital Trauma Life Support
PHTLS improves the quality of trauma care and decrease mortality. The program is based on a philosophy stressing the treatment of the multi-system trauma patient as a unique entity with specific needs. PHTLS promotes critical thinking as the foundation for providing quality care. It is based on the belief that, given a good fund of knowledge and key principles, EMS practitioners are capable of making reasoned decisions regarding patient care.
Stop the Bleed
Stop the Bleed provides training in bleeding control (BCon) techniques including the use of tourniquets. This course is designed for those who have little or no medical training but may be called upon to respond to and deliver trauma care and bleeding control prior to emergency medical services (EMS) arrival or in an austere environment.
Pediatric Care: Intended for prehospital healthcare providers to recognize and manage emergencies involving children and infants.
Pediatric Emergency Assessment Recognition and Stabilization
PEARS incorporates a systematic approach to quickly assess, recognize the cause, and stabilize a pediatric patient in an emergency situation. During PEARS, students interact with real patient cases, and realistic simulations and animations to assess and stabilize pediatric patients experiencing respiratory and shock emergencies, and cardiopulmonary arrest. PEARS prepares students to provide appropriate lifesaving interventions within the initial minutes of response.
Pediatric Emergencies for Prehospital Providers
PEPP represents a complete source of prehospital medical information for the emergency care of infants and children. Developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, PEPP is an exciting curriculum designed to teach prehospital professionals how to better assess and manage ill or injured children.
Pediatric Disaster Response and Emergency Preparedness
MGT439, Pediatric Disaster Response And Emergency Preparedness trains participants to effectively, appropriately, and safely plan for and respond to a disaster incident involving children, addressing the specific needs of pediatric patients in the event of a community based-incident. Pediatric specific planning considerations include mass sheltering, pediatric-triage, reunification planning and pediatric decontamination. Presented by Texas A&M University Extension Service (TEEX).