Disaster Management and Emergency Preparedness Course

1199

Category: Trauma courses
Course Language: English
Accredited By: Academy of Sciences, Saudi Commission for Health Specialties, American College of Surgeons,

It addresses core competencies as outlined by the American college of Surgeons committee on Trauma, Disaster and Mass casualty Subcommittee.

Duration

1 Days

Attendance

On-Site Courses

Disaster Management and Emergency Preparedness Course

Course Description:

 

The American college of Surgeons' (ACS) DMEP is a one day course that is both didactic and interactive.

It addresses core compe-tencies as outlined by the American college of Surgeons committee on Trauma, Disaster and Mass casualty Subcommittee.

 

Course Objectives:

 

  • Understand the surgical problems , Injury patterns, and issues that may result from disasters.
  • Discuss the role that surgeons can play in planning for and responding to mass casualty insident and disasters especially at a hospital level.
  • Become familiar with the terms and concepts of insidents command
  • Understand the principles and challenges of disaster triage.
  • become familiar with treatment principles related to Blast injury, chemical attacks, and radiological dispersal devices
  • know the civilian and military assets available for support.

 

Target Audience :

 

the intended audience includes acute care providers :

  • Surgeons 
  • Anesthesioloists
  • Emergency Medicine physician 
  • Emergency Room
  • Operating Room
  • Trauma Nurses
  • Prehospital professionals
  • Public Health personnel 
  • Emergency Managers 

 

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