Enrol now: New Graduate Certificate in Disaster and Terror Medicine and more...
Is your hospital, health service or community prepared for the unfortunate event of a disaster or terror incident? Equip yourself with our new Graduate Certificate and more...
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.
Designed and developed by the Department of Critical Care, our courses are delivered mostly online with some face-to-face intensives.
In 2022 we are offering:
- Graduate Certificate in Disaster and Terror Medicine (4 subjects, part-time, 12 months starts Jan 2022)
- Specialist Certificate in Disaster and Terror Medicine (2 subjects, part-time, 6 months starts Jan 2022)
- MicroCert (mini qualification) in Disaster Management Essentials (4 weeks starts July 2022)
- Single subjects
Enrol by January 9th via links above for a January 2022 start!
Here's what this year’s students had to say:
“I found the course engaging and hypothesis generating. The witness accounts in the videos were raw and essential viewing. It created a sense of realism which added to the online course greatly”. ICU Consultant
“Love the structure, great mix of videos, readings and recordings. Really makes the course make sense.”
“High-quality content delivered throughout course by world-renowned experts, with carefully selected complementary videos that bring the material to life. Multi-mode content delivery and assessment assured sustained engagement as well. Highly recommended." Emergency Physician
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.
CPD and CME
All courses are registered with ACEM and CICM for CPD hours. Suitable for ANZCA CPD.