On-demand webinar: Trauma tenets: Evolving active shooter response
Saving lives with coordinated trauma care through pre-planning, training and relationship building
Active violence will happen in your jurisdiction. The time to plan is now. Learn more about rescue task force medical care and how factors like immediate intervention, bystander care and method of transport impact survivability.
In this EMS1 webinar, sponsored by Rescue Essentials, David K. Tan, MD, EMT-T, FAEMS; and Chief Rob Wylie discuss:
- Establishing unified command
- What we need to know to enter the warm zone
- The fundamentals of trauma priorities in an active shooter event
- Overcoming the barriers to establishing an RTF program
All of these strategies depend on coordinated training for success. Dr. Tan and Wylie also cover tabletop exercises between law enforcement, fire and EMS; as well as tourniquet, triage and first aid training.
WHAT ATTENDEES LIKED FROM THIS PRESENTATION:
"The speakers were very direct, their message simple and clear."
"Reinforced the concepts I have already been pushing in my area. Lets me know we are on the right track."
"The instructors were very knowledgeable and passionate about the topic they were presenting on."
"I've attended several webinars presented by Dr. Tan and Chief Wylie and they are always dynamic with their information, condensed down to the key features."
MEET THE PANELISTS:
Dr. David Tan is an associate professor and chief of EMS in the division of emergency medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He is double board-certified in Emergency Medicine and EMS Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Tan remains very active in EMS at the local, state and national levels as an operational medical director for local police, fire and EMS agencies. He is chairman of the Metropolitan St. Louis Emergency Transport Oversight Commission, vice-chairman of the Missouri State Advisory Council on EMS, and immediate past president of the National Association of EMS Physicians. Dr. Tan is a member of the EMS1 Editorial Advisory Board. He also provides medical direction to EMS1.com and the EMS1 Academy.
Chief Rob Wylie is chief strategic officer, First Care Provider (FCP). He has served as a tactical medic and TEMS team leader with the St. Charles Regional SWAT team for the past 19 years, and retired as fire chief of the Cottleville FPD in St. Charles County, Missouri. He is a certified instructor and teaches at the state, local and national level on leadership, counter-terrorism and TEMS operations. Wylie graduated from Lindenwood University, the University of Maryland Staff and Command School and the National Fire Academy's EFO Program.