Hostile Environment Medical Training (HEMT)

Hostile Environment Medical Training (HEMT)

This course delivers tactical first-aid training for operating in hostile environments, adhering to Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) principles. It covers management of traumatic injuries including ballistic, penetrating, and blast injuries, airway management, bandaging, and tourniquet application. The program integrates hands-on activities and patient assessment simulations relevant to operational contexts, aiming to equip participants with the skills to perform lifesaving interventions when resources are limited.

Target Audience: Designed for journalists, military personnel, humanitarian workers, expatriates, and others in or near conflict zones.

Course content
  • Introduction to TCCC Guidelines
  • Primary Survey with MABCDE Approach
  • Management of Combat-Related Injuries
  • Blast Injury Care
  • Addressing Infections and Diseases in Conflict Zones
  • Telemedical Support Procedures
  • Practical Simulations for Scenario-Based Learning
  • Conclusion and Participant Feedback

 

This course focuses on practical skills vital for emergency medical response in challenging conditions, targeting a broad audience including those likely to find themselves in hostile situations.

Duration: 1 day

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