FMP co-authored NATO handbook published

  • December 10, 2012

The Team at FMP has co-authored a recently released NATO publication that offers the disaster medicine professional community the information and tools to better prepare, individually and collaboratively, to mitigate mortality and morbidity when catastrophe occurs. The book presents rigorous, standardized cross-disciplinary training, such as the groundbreaking Medical Response to Major Incidents Course emphasizing the need to guide medical and humanitarian efforts by ethical principles; the importance of risk communication and trustworthy information; treatment guidelines along with medical and surgical practices for amputation, burns, and blast injuries; triage guidelines and treatment algorithms; principles of mass-casualty planning; and the need to identify and correctly position in advance the networks and collaborative structures that must work together and share capabilities.

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