Mass Casualty and Active Shooter Workshop
A one-day intensive workshop to assist clinicians, first responders, health service managers, relevant agency staff and policy makers manage mass casualty events
This highly interactive workshop is lead by Jonathan Papson and Nicola Walsham from the Emergency Department of Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Department of Critical Care in collaboration with experts from a wide range of key agencies.
Participants learn as they go as an unfolding disaster is presented in stages. The course is divided in to three sections interspersed with scenario and table top exercises:
- Pre hospital management
- In hospital management
- Active shooter considerations.
Saturday 11th September
08:00 to 16:00 (final program to be confirmed)
University of Melbourne and Royal Melbourne Hospital, Parkville
$990 (including GST)
This workshop is accredited for 8 ACEM or CICM CME hours and is suitable for ANZCA CPD. Certificates of attendance will be provided.
Why not make a weekend of it and enrol in our 'Toxicology and Terror' workshop on Sunday 12th September as well.
NB: This workshop is offered on its own or as a component of the subject 'Terror Medicine Principles and Responses' in the Specialist and Graduate Certificates in Disaster and Terror Medicine and Health Management. If you would like to enrol in an entire course, commencing in 2022, you can find out more here...