Currently we do not have any CBRNE classes scheduled.
Program Description: Few U.S. health professionals have experience with CBRNE incidents. The majority of the Center for Domestic Preparedness’s 15 National Planning Scenarios involves response to CBRNE agents. As the risk of terrorist attacks increases in the US, disaster response personnel must understand the unique pathophysiology of injuries associated with CBRNE agents and must be prepared to assess and treat the people injured by them. This course, adapted from materials on the CDC’s website, introduces information relevant to the care of casualties from CBRNE incidents. knowledge of the unique patterns and management characteristics of CBRNE threats and associated medical conditions is needed. After participating in this educational activity, participants will have enhanced knowledge in evaluating CBRNE incidents and managing their victim.
Target Audience: This one-day course is intended for pre-hospital care providers and first receivers as well as public health responders who may be called on to respond to a mass casualty incident and/or treat victims of an explosion (e.g. physicians, nurses, paramedics, and law enforcement).
Prerequisites: Basic First Aid
Fees: No Fees are charged for CE activities
Objectives:Upon completion of the CBRNE course, participants will be able to:
- Describe basic radiation physic principles including ionizing radiation, radioactive decay, nuclear fission, and exposure/contamination
- Define the credible threats, dispel the myths
- Describe an appropriate response to the CBRNE incident
- Discuss the management of specific higher probability threats
- List statewide resources and how to access them
- List state response protocols in Georgia
- Describe the state of Georgia & Federal Nuclear Power Plant emergency response plans
- Robert Geller, MD
- Ziad Kazzi, MD
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