The Emergency Clinic: Organization & Management
August 15 - 8:00 AM - September 5 - 5:00 PM| $200 – $250
This is an online course. You can take this anywhere you have an internet connection. You do not have to be present in our area to take the course!
Handling resources, staff & clients in austere or post-disaster conditions.
This 6 week course is available a la carte or a part of the complete Emergent Responder program. If you are interested in certification, The Emergent Responder program does have co-requisites for completion and certification listed on our website here.
Tuition: Early bird tuition is available until 8/1/18 for $200. Regular Tuition is $250. Registration will close Sept. 5th, 2018.
Dates: August 15th – September 26th, 2018. Access to the online classroom will remain open for 4 weeks after the end of the course, until October 24th.
There will be 3 live Q&A sessions with Katja Swift. They will be 7 pm on August 21st, Sept. 4th and Sept. 25th.
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You can review our tuition policies here: https://herbalmedics.academy/about-us/tuition-policies/
What is in this 6 week course? THE EMERGENCY CLINIC: ORGANIZATION & MANAGEMENT.
Taught by herbal medicine instructors, street medic and practicing clinical herbalists Katja Swift, Sam Coffman and radio/communications facilitator Thomas Bryant; the Emergent Responder is a pioneer program to bring herbal medicine where it is needed most in areas of great need and instability.
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- Clinic setup and management introduction
- Dealing with the public, diffusing high stress situations & how to work with other relief organizations efficiently.
- Building a community information hub center, lost person reports
- Resource management, how to get what you need & make the most of what you have.
- Canvassing, Mobile Teams and Dispatch
- Radio and Communications – using both readily available and off-grid communication options in emergencies
- Clinic security — protecting the clients, resources and staff during situations of unrest and instability
- Clinic engineering — essential services to include water purification, emergency shelter setup, food safety and sanitation.
- Triage care
- Prepping for transport
- Death support
- Post disaster Epidemiology