Preparing general and trauma surgeons for limb- and life-saving surgical care in a battlefield settingAccess the Curriculum
The Military Clinical Readiness Curriculum is designed for a general surgeon deployed to a relatively far forward battlefield base who must be capable of providing initial trauma resuscitation and life- and limb-saving surgical procedures for those injured in combat. It is also relevant to all deployed surgeons no matter their location as well as all trauma/general surgeons caring for the injured no matter their location. The curriculum can be utilized to correct an identified knowledge deficit or for just-in-time learning.
The curriculum is broken down into seven domains of knowledge, including:
Wounds, Amputations, and Fractures
Transfusion and Resuscitation
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