Dates: 20to 24 May 2019 (Monday to Friday) Venue: TBA Time: 08h00 to 16h15
Course fee is
UCT Registrars: R 2 500 per person
Africa: R 5 500 per person
International students: R 8 000 per person
CPD points = 30 Units | Level 2
Presented by: Dr Wayne Smith. Head of Disaster Medicine and Special Events at the Western Cape Department of Health.
The management of the medical effects of major incidents and disasters is one of the most difficult tasks to be performed by medical practitioners. The incidents of such events are increasing world wide and medical staff are often at the forefront of dealing with the effects.
This 5-day course will provide an approach to dealing with such incidents in terms of both incident management and medical management. Table Top simulations as well as Case Studies and a live exercise will be used to prepare the students for dealing with such an eventuality.
The course builds on the basics as taught in the MIMMS (Major Incident Medical Management and Support) and HMIMMS (Hospital Major Incident, Medical Management and Support) courses and provides first responders as well as heath management with the insight and skills required to deal with major incidents.
Who should attend?
The course is aimed at doctors, nursing sisters and paramedics involved in providing emergency care to patients.
Entry requirements: Medical officers (working in emergency centres); paramedics (BTech or ALS); nursing sisters (working in emergency centres)
If you do not meet the criteria mentioned, you are still eligible to apply. Each application will be considered individually based on experience.
Principles of Disaster Management
Development of a Hazard Vulnerability Analysis
Pre-hospital preparedness and response
Hospital preparedness and response
How to develop and implement a disaster plan
A Certificate of Completion and CPD points will be issued to participants on successful completion of the course.