The Remote Medical Life Support focuses on the top twenty ailments seen by remote medics, military medics or any healthcare provider working in austere locations. According to research conducted by the Department of Defence, the majority of injuries and ailments found in a deployed setting fall into non combat injury category. Therefore, Disease and Non Battle Injuries (DNBI) cause more interruption and loss of production than any other type of injuries. Additionally, civilian remote medics see that 18 of the top 20 injuries and ailments are non trauma based. This article is based on that research. CoROM has used this research to design and launch the Remote Medical Life Support course.
Cost: €75 includes 5 CME/CPD credits and an official completion certificate€55 no CME certificate. Attendance only.€35 for current Members of the College.25 April Remote Medical Life Support: Burns, Wounds and Shock This webinar will include the following lectures: Austere Wound Management Austere Burns Management Shock and Sepsis in Resource-limited environments Case Studies. This lesson will discuss case studies of critical casualties using the information and skills that you have learned on this programme. 28 April Remote Medical Life Support: Setting up a Remote Clinic This webinar will include the following lectures: Setting up a Remote Clinic Expedition Medical Planning Case Studies. This lesson will discuss case studies of critical casualties using the information and skills that you have learned on this programme.
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