The last day of the 68W Boot Camp. Senior medics and/or providers may use this as a template to conduct internal training. Feel free to use these products and adapt, as necessary, to your unit’s specific needs.
- 0900: Environmental Injuries
- 10:00 Airway
- Airway PowerPoint
- Practice on Mannequins if time and resources allow (supraglottic airway recommended as preferred option if not routinely performing intubations)
- 11:00 Pharmacology 2
- Finish Previous Pharmacology Lecture; Q and A time
- Consider bringing out BAS Medications for visual learning
- 12:00 Lunch
- 13:30 Radio Operations Class
- Set Up Training Course with S6 or knowledgeable senior NCOs
- 14:30 Study Time; More Q and A
- 15:00 Written Test
- 15:30 Culminating Trauma Lane
- (Study those Deployed Medicine TCCC Videos)
- 17:00 Complete! AAR
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