Do you know a child or teen who has played with, experimented with, or misused fire in some way? Refer them to our class on March 3rd at University of Michigan Ford Auditorium.
The Michigan Medicine Department of Surgery's Trauma Program is excited to offer DMEP, which is a 1-day course that is both didactic and interactive. It addresses core competencies as outlined by Disaster and Mass Casualty Management (DMEP(c)) of the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma (ACSCOT). Major topics that will be addressed include planning, triage, incident command, injury patterns and pathophysiology, and special populations considerations. Interactive group discussions will be based on illustrative scenarios. The course requires a pre-/post-test, which will be reviewed on site. For more information, email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 734-936-3690
This course is being sponsored by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of EMS, Trauma and Preparedness.
Continue to Heal - Learn Valuable Skills - Support Others - Celebrate Recovery
This free workshop is open to burn survivors, family members, firefighters, and medical professionals. Co-hosted with the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors and Detroit Receiving Burn Center, planned topics include burn injury recovery, healing, and sharing stories. Come join us for an afternoon of education, support, and fellowship! Registration is required.
Do you know a child or teen who has played with, experimented with, or misused fire in some way? Refer them to our class on April 28th at University of Michigan Ford Auditorium.