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ALSG 3 DAY MAJOR INCIDENT MEDICAL MANAGEMENT & SUPPORT (MIMMS) COURSE

 

This certified three-day course is delivered by experienced Pre-hospital emergency care practitioners and teaches a systematic approach to the medical management of major incidents in accordance with ALSG guidance. Training involves short lectures, table-top exercises, skill stations and concludes with practical exercises without casualties while working in groups at an incident location. Candidates are issued with a comprehensive course manual up to four weeks prior to the course and are required to complete an on-line MCQ assessment before attending the course.

 

Candidates should be from a Medical, Nursing or Paramedic/Ambulance background.  This is the desirable Qualification for applicants for posts such as ED Consultant, MERIT, PHEM/HEMS, BASICS and as a mark of quality for Event Medical providers of planned mass gatherings.

 

Course Content

Introduction to major incidents

The role of health and emergency services

Planning and preparation for major incidents

Communications

Personal protective equipment and medical equipment (workshop)

Radio procedures (skill station)

Command and control at an incident

Table-top exercise – command and control (workshop)

Triage

Table-top exercise – medical support (workshop)

Treatment

Transport and packaging

Table-top exercise – triage (workshop)

Assessments (MCQ, triage, radio procedures, moulage)

Major incident debriefing (workshop)

Practical exercises without casualties (PEWC)

 

For Dates & Booking see HERE

 

 

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NAEMT – ALL HAZARDS DISASTER RESPONSE (AHDR) 1 DAY

 

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 radiation events, pandemics, active shooter incidents, and other mass casualty events. AHDR educates participants on how to analyse potential threats in their area, assess available resources, and create a response plan that will save lives.

Features of a medical response plan covered in the course include:

At the start of the course, participants conduct a “hazards vulnerability analysis” to assess features of their environment, both natural and man-made, that pose risk along with assessing the needs of vulnerable populations, such as assisted-living residents or hospital patients that need special consideration during such an event.

Content is presented in the context of realistic scenarios, culminating with a large-scale mass casualty activity.

AHDR is appropriate for all levels of EMS practitioners.

 

For Dates & Booking see HERE

 


 

 

 

 

Our One day Introduction to Pre-Hospital Care Human Factors Course is delivered by HF/CRM experts from Pro-Noctis and our own clinical experts. This course for front line clinicians provides essential Human Factors/Crew Resource Management awareness to improve clinical performance and influence clinical outcomes in the Pre-Hospital arena when faced by complex team based clinical incidents such as Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest and Multi-system Trauma.

 

9.00 9.15 General introductions, course overview, HSE
 

9.15

 

10.00

 

Pre-Hospital HF Scenario and Group Discussion

 

10.00

 

10.15

 

Coffee/Tea

 

10.15

 

11.00

 

What is HF?

 

11.00

 

12.00

 

Decision Making and Situational Awareness

 

12.00

 

12.45

 

Lunch

 

12.45

 

13.45

 

Cognitive Bias and Hierarchical Gradient

 

13.45

 

14.45

 

Effective Communication

 

14.45

 

15.00

 

Coffee/Tea

 

15.15

 

16.45

 

Pre-Hospital Group Interactive Scenarios

 

16,45

 

17,00

 

End of course review.

 

NOW available across UK and for national and international licensed delivery.

 

For Dates & Booking see HERE

 


 

 

NAEMT- EMS Safety Course. (One Day)

 

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NAEMT’s EMS Safety course teaches students how to protect themselves and their patients while on the job. It promotes a culture of safety and helps reduce the number of on-the-job fatalities and injuries. EMS Safety is the only national, comprehensive safety course for EMS practitioners. Its interactive format features real-life case studies and compelling discussions on current safety issues, and provides participants with a forum to share their own experiences. Critical thinking stations help build participants’ risk assessment and decision-making skills.

Participants are taught:

Topics covered include:

 

EMS Safety is offered as an 8-hour classroom course and is appropriate for all levels of EMS practitioners, other medical professionals providing Pre-hospital patient care, and EMS supervisors and administrators. Students who successfully complete the course receive a certificate of completion.

 

For Dates & Booking see HERE

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