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This curriculum is intended to maintain a knowledge base of MCI processes to mitigate degradation of necessary knowledge between hands-on MCI training.
A Model Curriculum for a Helicopter Emergency Medicine Services (HEMS) Rotation for Resident PhysiciansDOI: https://doi.org/10.21980/J8GP97
The primary objective of this course is to present a standardized curriculum which allows learners to gain understanding of HEMS systems and retrieval medicine while practicing safety in the aviation environment.
A Simulation-Based Course for Prehospital Providers in a Developing Emergency Medical Response SystemDOI: https://doi.org/10.21980/J82053
This curriculum presents a refresher course in recognizing and stabilizing an acutely ill patient for prehospital providers practicing in a low/middle-income developing EMS system.
A Simulated Scenario to Improve Communication Skills of Residents Providing Online Medical Command of Emergency Medical Service ProvidersDOI: https://doi.org/10.21980/J8SK8M
By the end of this simulation, learners will be able to: 1) discuss appropriate medical command instructions for pediatric cardiac arrest; 2) describe alternative methods to obtain weight-based dosing of pediatric critical care medications, if Broselow tape is unavailable; 3) identify need for a definitive airway in a pulseless patient without interruption of chest compressions. Identify need for rapid intraosseous access in a pulseless pediatric patient; 4) describe the indications for helicopter transfer in a critically ill child.
The main objective is to implement a system to use available resources of the Stop the Bleed campaign to widely educate members of the university community in the utilization of multiple compression techniques including direct pressure, tourniquet application, and wound packing. Additional course objectives include using the Stop the Bleedsm campaign to teach participants how to fit into the emergency response team as the immediate responder and the identification of life-threatening bleeding.