New course in disaster and terror medicine: enrolments close 28th Mar
Is your hospital, health service or community prepared for the unfortunate event of a disaster or terror incident? Equip yourself with our new evidence-based course.
Disasters and terror events are taking place with increasing frequency across the globe. In Melbourne, Australia we have experienced a number of natural disasters associated with bushfires, thunderstorm asthma, COVID-19 and terror events such as the Bourke Street Mall attack, all within a three-year period.
The Specialist Certificate in Disaster and Terror Medicine and Health Management provides you with an evidence-based introduction to the key elements of this specialty.
Designed and developed by the Centre for Integrated Critical Care, this program is delivered online with two face-to-face intensives. It is designed to be completed part time over six months, making it ideal for currently working professionals.
Who is this program for?
Disaster and Terror Medicine and Health Management is a system-orientated specialty that intersects clinical medicine and a diverse group of responding agencies. The course is relevant to critical care clinicians (including doctors, nurses, clinical leaders); emergency services (including paramedics and first responders); hospital administrators; government and policy makers; social workers; and the military.