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Mass Triage Interactive Training– A Short Course (CD)

Description:

Mass Triage Interactive Training – A Short Course is a CD train-the-trainer toolkit that provides refresher and just-in-time training in triage methods for public health and healthcare providers responding to mass casualty incidents (MCI) involving hazardous agents. It contains an objectives-based learning assessment that will provide guidance for educators and trainers in the delivery of effective MASS triage training. It is based on the National Disaster Life Support Foundation NDLS-Decon training, a two-day training course offered by the NDLSF National Training Center at UT Southwestern medical Center in Dallas, TX. The CD-ROM also provides some training overview for educators on two other triage methods, SACCO and START, as well as links for other training resources. NOTE: This CD-ROM is not intended as a substitute for hands-on training.

Format: CD 

 

Toolkit:

APC Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Advanced Practice Centers

Jurisdiction:

Institutional Author:

Tarrant County Advanced Practice Center

Submitted:

09/15/2008

Modified:

09/10/2013

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