Hospital exercise focuses on mass casualty training.
| J. Brent Myers, MD
Director and Medical Director
Wake County EMS System
J. Brent Myers, MD, is director and medical director of the Wake County EMS System in Raleigh, N.C. He also serves as adjunct assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill, N.C.
| Jeff Beeson, DO
Emergency Physicians Advisory Board
Jeff Beeson, DO is the medical director for the Emergency Physicians Advisory Board, providing Medical Direction for the MedStar EMS system in Fort Worth, Texas. He is also an active ED Physician at Huguley Memorial Hospital and John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas as well as Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas. He is a graduate of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM) in Fort Worth, Texas.
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These free first responder training programs usually include a video and a Powerpoint presentation. Many address advanced fire service topics or topics that are not often covered. Others reinforce the basics. They are targeted at both agency trainers and individuals.
Turnkey training. Agencies can use the programs by using the Powerpoint slides as distributed notes, running the video presentation, and pausing the video frequently to discuss the material presented. In this way, the training is consistent from session to session, trainer preparation time is greatly reduced, and the training is completely documented.
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