Crisis Response American Red Cross Instructor: Joel Bass MS ATC

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Course SyllabusTextbookAmerican Red Cross Emergency ResponseWorkbookAmerican Red Cross Emergency Response WorkbookCourse Completion RequirementsCorrectly exhibit the aptitudes taught in the courseCorrectly reply no less than 80 percent of the last composed examination questions..

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´╗┐Crisis Response American Red Cross Instructor: Joel Bass MS ATC 1995 USDOT First Responder Curriculum

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Course Syllabus Textbook American Red Cross Emergency Response Workbook American Red Cross Emergency Response Workbook Course Completion Requirements Correctly exhibit the aptitudes educated in the course Correctly reply no less than 80 percent of the last composed examination questions.

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"The motivation behind this course is to prepare specialists on call, individuals like you, who will frequently be the initially prepared people with an obligation to give mind at the scene of a crisis. The course substance and exercises will set you up to better perceive crises, decide, and give mind. This course instructs the aptitudes you should oversee crisis circumstances until more propelled medicinal faculty, for example, EMTs, arrive."

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How You Will Learn Lectures Discussions Readings Group Activities Skill Practice

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Assignments You ought to have as of now read: "About This Course" in the reading material and sections 1&2 You ought to have officially finished: exercise manual Units 1 & 2 (please hand them over one week from now)

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The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System and The First Responder

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Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Network of group assets to give care to casualties of sudden sickness or damage First created in 1973 10 segments of a powerful EMS framework (DOT) Regulation and Policy Resource Management Human Resources and Training Transportation Facilities Communication Public Information and Education Medical Oversight Trauma Systems Evaluation Access to the EMS framework is through the "Chain of Survival"

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Citizen Response Links in the Chain of Survival Rapid enactment of EMS First responder mind Advanced out-of Hospital care Hospital mind Rehabilitation

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First Responders Fire Fighters Law requirement work force Lifeguards Ski patrollers Industrial reaction group Athletic Trainers Disaster colleagues First guide station orderlies

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Levels of Training DOT perceives four levels of preparing for the out-of-clinic suppliers: First Responder EMT-B EMT-I EMT-P

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The In-Hospital Care System Out-of-doctor's facility mind closes when EMT's touch base at the healing center and the ER staff assume control. ER staffs comprise of doctors, medical caretakers, and other unified wellbeing experts. Restoration may likewise be expected to come back to pre-episode level of wellbeing.

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Roles and Responsibilities of The First Responder

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First Responder Characteristics Video (The First Responder) Maintains minding and proficient mentality Controls fears Presents proficient appearance Maintains abilities and information Stays solid Recognizes and keeps casualty's needs as need

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Primary Responsibilities of First Responders Ensure wellbeing of self as well as other people Gain access to casualty Identify life-debilitating conditions Summon more propelled therapeutic faculty when vital Provide mind Assist more propelled restorative work force

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Secondary Responsibilities of First Responders Summon extra help Control and direct spectators Keep records Reassure others at scene

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Medical Oversight Medical Director Physician Assumes duties regarding care given Direct medicinal control EMTs talk specifically with the doctor Indirect medicinal control Protocols Standing requests

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Break-out Session Identify a few conceivable circumstances in which a basically harmed or sick casualty won't not get the proper care due to a break in one of the connections in the chain of survival.

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10 Minute Break

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Emotional Aspects of Emergency Care

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Stressful Situations The specialist on call will encounter individual worry, and in addition experience casualties and onlookers under extreme anxiety Multiple loss occurrences Trauma to newborn children or youngsters Traumatic wounds Infant/kid/senior/companion manhandle Death/harm of a colleague or other open wellbeing faculty

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Emotional Crises Everyone included in a genuine damage, sudden ailment, or demise will confront a passionate emergency. Everybody is influenced by death, and reaction to a demise is exceptionally individualized. Unsurprising lamenting stages include: Anxiety Denial Anger Bargaining Guilt/sadness Acceptance

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Emotional Crises Steps that will help the specialist on call for manage a diminishing casualty and his or her relatives. Perceiving that the casualties needs incorporate sharing, correspondence, security, and control. Permitting relatives to express feelings Listening compassionately Not giving false consolation Using a tender manner of speaking Letting the casualty realize that everything that should be possible to help will be done Using a consoling touch Comforting the family

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Warning Signs of Stress Irritability Inability to focus Difficulty resting/bad dreams Anxiety Guilt Loss of enthusiasm for work

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What is Critical Incident Stress? A Critical occurrence is a particular circumstance that causes a specialist on call for have an uncommonly compelling passionate response that meddles with his or her capacity to work promptly and later on. This response can create push called Critical Incident Stress

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Critical Incident Stress Strong enthusiastic response that meddles with capacity to capacity Can develop over days, weeks, months, or years May require directing A basic episode stretch questioning (CISD) is a sort of meeting held inside 24 to 72 hours of an occurrence. Amid a CISD, members are urged to have an open dialog of sentiments, fears, and responses activated by the episode. Defusing Less formal and less organized

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The Emergency Scene

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At The Scene, Evaluate-Location of the crisis Extent of the issue Apparent scene threats Apparent number of casualties Behavior of casualties and spectators Need for extra help

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Ensure Your Safety By-Evaluation of present and potential risks Wearing appropriate defensive rigging Doing just what your are prepared to do Summoning extra assets

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Possible Dangers at an Emergency Scene Crime Traffic Fire Electricity Water/ice Hazardous materials Unstable structures/vehicles Natural catastrophes Multiple casualties Hostile circumstances

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Break-out Session Fire contenders touch base to help with an engine vehicle crash in which a walker has been struck. The area is a risky crossing point. The time is surge hour. The issue is intensified by overwhelming mist and rain. The vehicle has struck an utility shaft, bringing about a brought down wire. There gives off an impression of being two individuals in the auto and one person on foot in the roadway near the brought down wire. The driver of the vehicle is drooped over the guiding wheel. The traveler is shouting for help, and the passerby is not moving. Onlookers are social affair; a few are moving toward the vehicle to assist however don't seem to see the brought down wire.

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Assignments Reading Assignment: Read Chapters 3, 4 & 5 Workbook Units 3, 4 & 5 (Turn in toward the start of class)