Mass Casualty Incident Training Course (MCIT)

Course Description:

Violent mass casualty incidents (MCI) have critically affected our nation’s communities and hospitals in both rural and urban environments. Due to the indiscriminate nature and location of MCIs, they can directly impact all ED personnel regardless of whether they work in a small community hospital or Level 1 trauma center. Special skills and team-based training are necessary to optimally respond to an MCI. The primary goal of this Mass Casualty Incident Training (MCI) course is to simulate multiple high-volume, high-acuity scenarios and identify the resources, personnel, equipment, processes, and procedures that are necessary. This two-day live course will be in Tampa, Florida, October 23 and 24, 2024. Expect action-packed, scenario-based training augmented with pre-course content, round table discussions, and after-incident debriefing.

To optimize participants’ hands-on simulation experience at CAMLS, we offer exclusive access to three online modules crafted by foremost experts in international healthcare disaster training. These on-demand modules offer firsthand narratives and lessons learned from prior MCIs, alongside comprehensive guidance on readiness, response, and recovery strategies for managing such events effectively. CE will be provided for the online modules and onsite course.

Optional ½ day Pre-Course Emergency Skills Cadaver Lab (CE Provided)
(October 22, 2024 from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm)

Participants interested in practicing and refining their emergency procedural skills will have the opportunity to register for a half-day, advanced cadaver lab.

In this ½ day cadaver lab, participants will have hands on practice in the following procedures:

  • Endotracheal intubation
  • Cricothyrotomy
  • Needle thoracostomy
  • Chest tube thoracostomy
  • Intraosseous canulation
  • Central venous access
  • Amputation completion (demonstration)
  • Fasciotomy
  • Resuscitative thoracotomy (demonstration)

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define critical roles, resources, processes and procedures within teams during a mass casualty event.
  • Identify essential administrative processes and best practices for clinical facilities during a mass casualty event.
  • Apply rapid decision-making, team communication, and application of selected clinical procedures for victims of mass casualty events in a simulated environment.

Target Audience:

This course is designed to provide training for emergency clinicians working in rural and community hospitals, including: Emergency Department physicians, nurses, and advanced practice providers.

Location:

If you have any questions, please contact camlsoperations@usf.edu  or 813 224-7840.

USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning & Simulation

124 S. Franklin Street
Tampa, FL, FL 33612
United States

Registration:

Registration opens in June 2024. Sign up here, if you’d like to be notified.

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Agenda:

October 1- October 22, 2024-    Online Modules Available to Course Participants (CE Provided)

October 22, 2024–                     1:00pm-5:00pm- Optional Pre-course Emergency Skills Cadaver Lab – Tampa, Florida (CE Provided)

October 23, 2024–                     7:30am – 8:00am- Registration
8:00am- 5:00pm- MCIT Day 1- Tampa, Florida (CE Provided)

October 14, 2024–                     8:00am- 4:00pm- MCIT Day 2- Tampa, Florida (CE Provided)

(Detailed Agenda Coming Soon)

Accreditation:

Prior to the activity, USF Health will disclose and mitigate all relevant financial relationships that relate to the content of the activity.

This activity is approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

USF Health is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Exhibit And Sponsor Information:

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Cancellation Policy:

Due to world renowned subject matter experts, tissue and resources being procured based on course attendance, USF Health Professions Conferencing Corporation must adhere to the following cancellation policy:

  • All requests for cancellation, transfer or refunds much be received in writing to camlsoperations@usf.edu.
  • For cancellation requests received at least 31 calendar days prior to the start of the activity, a refund will be provided minus a $75 administrative fee and the cost of the course book and shipping.
  • Requests for a transfer to another course date at least 31 calendar days prior to the start of the activity will be honored with no additional fees. The new course date must be within 6 months of the original course date.
  • No refunds or requests for transfer will be provided if cancellation is received within (and including) 30 calendar days of the start date of the course
  • No-shows are not eligible for a refund or transfer.
  • For internal USF participants or organizations wishing to be invoiced for registrations, your department or organization will be invoiced according to the above guidelines.

USF Health Professions Conferencing Corporation reserves the right to cancel this activity due to unforeseen circumstances, in which you will be contacted via phone and/or email to reschedule or issue a refund.  USF Health Professions Conferencing Corporation is not responsible for travel expenses incurred by the participants in the rare event that this activity is canceled or postponed.

If you have any questions, please contact camlsoperations@usf.edu  or 813 224-7840.