Force Health Protection

Modeled after Table 6 in TC 8-800

TC 8-800 states that the publication cannot be distributed without permission. Therefore, these training aids are a loose representation of the topics mandated for continuing education. I recommend that these videos, links, articles, and other aids be used as an adjunct to your formal instructional time. These aids can be used for preparation ahead of the formal instruction, or be used as a refresher for easy access in between training periods.

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This content is the author’s opinion alone and does not necessarily reflect the opinion, official position, or stance of the Department of Defense, or any other branch of the United States Military.

All content is intended to be educational only. Medics should operate under the supervision of a medical provider and abide by all local laws while stateside. Medics should only practice at the level credentialed, and only at the level allowed. This content is not intended to treat or give a substitution for any credentialed provider. Content is intended to aid in a deployed prolonged care setting. Take guidance from your leaders. Utilize these posts as preparation and as a supplement to your provider’s direction and teaching.