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Medical Operations Tabletop Simulation: On-Scene Coordination and Stucture

BorderRAC

Friday, August 14, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 1:30 PM (MDT)

Medical Operations Tabletop Simulation: On-Scene...

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Event Details

Purpose: The purpose of this education is to allow attendees to simulate medical operations in a mass casualty
incident. Participants will operationalize the roles and responsibilities in the triage, treatment and transport of
victims in a tabletop incident.

Target Audience: EMT’s, Law Enforcement, EOC Representatives, Emergency Planners, Dispatchers, and other
who are key in preparedness needs.

Moderator/Controller:

Erica Guerrero, MS – Program Specialist, BorderRAC



FREE PARKING available in City Parking Lot on corner of Mills and N. Kansas.  Any other parking options will be at your own expense.

 


AGENDA

08:00 - Registration
09:00 - Introductions

  • Review the functions of the medical branch during a Multi-Casualty Incident (MCI)

10:00 - Module #2 – Incident

  • Establish and maintain a unified and coordinated operational structure/process that appropriately integrates all critical stakeholders, particularly the military and civilians, in order to support the execution of core capabilities.
  • Demonstrate the ability to effectively coordinate triage of casualties and appropriate transportation, whether round or air, to healthcare facilities. Assess the ability of the healthcare coalition to track casualties through WebEOC per established procedures.

11:30 - Break
11:45 - Module #3 – Resolution

  • Identify strengths and areas of improvement by section.
  • Stimulate discussion; draw out answers and solutions from the group.

12:45 - Hot Wash

  • Participate in questions/answers.
  • Assist development of After Action Report (AAR).

13:00 - On-Line Evaluation
13:10 - Adjourn

 


ACCREDITATION STATEMENTS

Texas EMS: BorderRAC is recognized as a Texas Department of State Health Services provider of continuing education (Course Number 101792). This activity is recognized through BorderRAC as an ongoing Continuing Education Program as qualifying for continuing education in the Clinically Related Operations category. It is the individual’s responsibility to retain documentation of attendance and claim only those hours actually attended.

New Mexico EMS:  Reviewed and approved by the New Mexico EMS Bureau for continuing education qualifying for continuing education in the Clinically Related Operations category..  (Approval Number 217167).

Attendee Completion Requirements: In order to receive credit and Certificate of Completion for the program, attendees must arrive on time, sign-in on the attendance form, remain for the entire program and complete an on-line evaluation form.

No relevant financial relationships related to the planning, implementation or presentation of this educational activity have been identified.

Etiquette: Dress is business casual. Please set your cell phone, pager, or beeper to silent or vibrate at all times while in the educational activity.

Have questions about Medical Operations Tabletop Simulation: On-Scene Coordination and Stucture? Contact BorderRAC

When & Where


El Paso Office of Emergency Management EOC
200 N Kansas St
El Paso, TX 79901

Friday, August 14, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 1:30 PM (MDT)


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Organizer

BorderRAC

Who is the BorderRAC?

BorderRAC is relied upon to unite regional medical providers and serve as a strategic partner for the Texas legislature, state and local agencies, and most importantly for the health and welfare of our region. BorderRAC is integral to helping hospitals and other healthcare organizations in emergency preparedness to respond to a wide-scale natural disaster or terrorism attack. BorderRAC is a healthcare coalition with a comprehensive interprofessional membership of hospitals, EMS, and other healthcare agencies and has expanded its role. BorderRAC committees work to reduce injury, illness and preventable deaths in the areas of trauma, stroke, heart disease, pediatrics, and neonates.

BorderRAC is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping residents of our region in the education and prevention of injury and disease and healthcare emergencies and disaster preparedness.

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