R2

WSU EM Residency Protocol Test

Objectives:

Know the GMVEMSC pre-hospital protocols

Understand how these protocols integrate into in-hospital/emergency department care

Understand what interventions should/could have been performed prior to a patient's arrival at the emergency department

Be able to appropriately direct EMS personnel via online medical control


Online Protocol Test - Section 1: Ohio Scope of Practice (18 questions)

Online Protocol Test - Section 2: GMVEMSC Bag Contents (13 questions)

Online Protocol Test - Section 3: Local Protocols (17 questions)


To help facilitate taking this test without doing it in one sitting, the test is now broken up into three sections. You will need to score 80% on each section to pass. You may retake individual sections, as necessary.

This test must be completed and passed before your online medical direction shifts

Use the links on the "Paperwork and Links" page to help with this test

Upcoming Regional MCI Exercises

Dawn of a New Day TABLE TOP EXERCISE

For the first time ever, GMVEMSC is holding an evening session of the very popular “Dawn of a New Day” Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) Tabletop Exercise (TTX),” and this is an exercise you’ll want to do!

All personnel are invited to attend. The exercise will be conducted on Wednesday evening from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM, August 14, 2019 and space is limited, so sign up soon!

To attend, simply sign up here:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/19ANightTTX


Dawn of a New Day FULL SCALE EXERCISE

Soin/Greene

August 25, 2019

1000-1600

Registration form to be updated as it becomes available

ALS Ride-Alongs

Ride-Along Sign-Off Sheet

***Please print the sheet linked above and take with you to your shift. It needs to be signed by a supervisor***

Please wear scrubs or business casual attire to this rotation - Probably something you don't mind getting bloody or full or vomit, just in case...

DO NOT wear anything that identifies you as a a physician!

MICU Ride-Along

CareFlight Ride-Along Letter

Ride-Along Sign-Off Sheet

***Please print the sheet linked above and take with you to your shift. It needs to be signed by a supervisor***

Please wear scrubs or business casual attire to this rotation - Probably something you don't mind getting bloody or full or vomit, just in case...

DO NOT wear anything that identifies you as a a physician!

ICS Courses

ICS-200 (Must have FEMA SIDA to complete)

https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-200.b


Registering for a FEMA SID

https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid/register

As we continue to develop our new curriculum, we welcome your constructive feedback, suggestions, and connections with other EMS opportunities.


Jeremy Brenneman, MD, Capt, USAF
EMS Chief Resident
jeremy.brenneman@wright.edu     
Ph: (703)725-6241