Civil disturbances are an all too common occurrence. These events may become violent resulting in traditional traumatic injuries to responders, participants, and innocent bystanders. These incidents may also cause injuries from other, less common causes including lasers, fireworks, and exposure to gas, smoke, and sometimes bodily fluids and substances. The Casualty Care for Civil Disturbances (CCC-D) educational program describes these various injuries and reviews their management. This course is appropriate for all public safety responders, especially law enforcement, who may be asked to respond to, and intervene at, civil disturbances.
Civil disturbances are an all too common occurrence. These events may become violent resulting in traditional traumatic injuries to responders, participants and innocent bystanders. These incidents may also cause injuries from other, less common causes including lasers, fireworks, and exposure to gas, smoke, and sometimes bodily fluids and substances. The Casualty Care for Civil Disturbances (CCCD) educational program describes these various injuries and reviews their management. This course is appropriate for all public safety responders, especially law enforcement, who may be asked to respond to, and intervene at, civil disturbances.
The Essentials of Trauma Care course was developed to fill the gap between in-person courses and education delivered at a distance. The ETC course covers the core lessons needed to care for the trauma patent by EMS providers. Additional optional modules are available as to cover sub-specialty topics.
The course utilizes Dynamic Editing that was created by IPHMI and allows the authors to continuously update the material as research dictates. This keeps the ETC course the most up-to-date prehospital trauma course there is. Research in EMS changes the standards of practice quickly. Other publishers roll out a new course every 4 years, that means in year 2 their information is outdated. This is where Dynamic Editing is setting the new standard....
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The ETC course was developed with multiple formats and educational experiences and can be delivered in a face-to-face format or using synchronous distance learning format like ZOOM or Microsoft Teams.
The standard 16 hour trauma course can be delivered in the traditional format. Sites selecting this format should follow all local guidance on gatherings and participants should practice proper PPE as they would in the field when caring for a patient that may be infected with Covid-19. The use of N-95 masks, gloves and eye protection is highly recommended. for all participants during lab and scenario stations.
IPHMI's Essentials of Trauma Care course is the only trauma program designed from the ground up to meet the needs of trauma education in the pandemic environment. The hybrid course conducts the didactic lessons in a synchronous distance learning environment using ZOOM, Micros;oft Teams or other platform that provides two way communication. Once the 8 hours of didatice is completed 8 hours of continuing education credit can be given. Once it is safe in your area to resume face-to-face education these sudents can take the add-on 8 hours of laboratory experience
The option for an 8-hour ETC course has been specifically designed to be given totally at a distance with no need for face-to-face interactions. Using a synchronous remote platform like Zoom or Microsoft Teams, live instruction can be moved into the students home. The program can be delivered in 1-eight hour session, 2-four hours sessions or 4-two hour sessions.
Our courses are designed to provide the most up-to-date Prehospital Education Possible. Other programs revise their course every 4 years. Ours are continuously edited and revised by our team of paramedic educators, Emergency Medicine Doctors and Trauma Surgeons. This provides the most up-to-date information possible.
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Tactical Casualty Care for Law Enforcement Officers and First Responders: (TCC-LEFR) This one-day (8 hour) course teaches public safety responders (police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and other first responders) the basic medical care interventions that will help save an injured responder’s or victim’s life until EMS personnel can safely enter a tactical scene. The approach is divided into 3 phases, depending upon the tactical situation. The course combines didactic lecture with practical hands-on experience. The participant will learn life-saving medical actions such as bleeding control with a tourniquet, bleeding control with gauze packs or topical hemostatic agents, and opening an airway to allow a casualty to breathe.
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"Great course, would take annually"
"Great insight from instructors who have obviously been in the actual situations"
"I learned so much over the course of 8 hours. I now feel like I can go into situations more confident in my tactical casualty care skills. I am beyond grateful for this life-saving training and the awesome instructors."
"I think this class was perfect for law enforcement."
"Good content that is a mix of information and visual aids that kept the class captivated. Simple concepts that work."
"This training will save lives."
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) is a 2 day, 16 hour course for EMS Providers who may find themselves operating in tactical or austere environment. The course is a combination of topic presentations followed by skill and escalating scenarios stations. The course utilizes the guidelines published by the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care and carries the Recognized Educational Content endorsement from C-TECC.
The TCCC program was developed by the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC) is the Prehospital arm of the Joint Trauma System for the Department of Defense. The course was initially developed in in the ’90 primarily for US Special Operation Forces. As the program grew the CoTCCC became the tip of the spear in research and education in preventable death on the battlefield.
IPHMI’s TCCC course uses the CoTCCC guidelines, course curriculum, material and testing items to provide those who practice medicine on the battlefield the best possible dynamic education available.
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While IPHMI is a new entity in the Prehospital Education arena, we are made up of a team of the most experienced Paramedics and Doctors. This editorial group has authored numerous textbooks and developed many internationally recognized courses. With over 200 years of combined experience in developing and spreading high-quality EMS education in over 50 countries worldwide our group is changing the landscape of EMS education.