Keys to Effective Emergency MEDICAL Preparedness
This webinar will introduce the attendee to the entire field of tactical emergency medicine, which is now the standard of care.
This webinar is designed for everyone involved in campus safety. As a target, your institution must be able to mitigate the event by properly responding to the injured. This includes the planning, training and execution of NEW concepts and protocols. Controlling the bleeding of the injured victims during a critical incident, such as a mass shooting, may be the most important take-away of this topic. This webinar will introduce the attendee to the entire field of tactical emergency medicine, which is now the standard of care.
The learner will:
- Be introduced to new models of emergency medical management in a tactical environment.
- Understand the life-saving importance of this training.
- Appreciate the often-overlooked component of improving survival.
- Be able to the apply the concepts without delay.
Douglas M. Kleiner, PhD
CEO, Tactical Medics International, Inc.
Meet Our Guest Speaker
Doug Kleiner is a Tactical Medic and serves as the President & CEO of Tactical Medics International, which provides operational mission support, and conducts training for law enforcement, and for military units worldwide. He is the former Director of Tactical Medicine and Civilian Operations for the Tier 1 Group Medical Division in Jacksonville, North Carolina.
Doug was a part-time law enforcement officer, sworn with Hillsboro Beach PD, and St. Augustine PD. He was also a member of the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Auxiliary, in addition to supporting several Federal medical teams.
Dr. Kleiner was also an Adjunct Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Wright State University’s School of Medicine, Division of Tactical Medicine, after spending six years as an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Florida’s College of Medicine, Health Science Center in Jacksonville, Florida, where his responsibilities included; Director of Tactical Medicine; and Division Chief of Prehospital Services.
For more information, contact Dr. Kleiner at [email protected].