Trash Can Medic

This is a field class that will take place on June 10, from Noon till 4pm, immediately before the main MRA conference opening.

This immersive workshop will teach the participants about teamwork, effective improvisation, and how to more effectively think outside the box. Much of austere care requires the rescuer to be able to improvise medical devices. Reliance on commercial devices at times delays care. This workshop will force the participants to work outside the box and force them to use team work to complete the scenario at hand!

Participants will need to dress for the weather, bring water, head & eye pro and be prepared to get dirty!

DETAILS

Cost:$70 – 1 day
   lunch included

Instructor:

Jason Tartalone, NRP, FAWM, TP-C, WEMT-P

Jason Tartalone is the founding member and owner of Sergeant Rescue Training & Consulting. He is a 12 year veteran of the U.S. Army and has spent a considerable time in Afghanistan and other austere environments serving as a senior medic for a scout and infantry company where he earned his Combat Medical Badge. Mr. Tartalone also served as a U.S. Army Flight Medic as part of the Pennsylvania National Guard’s Medevac Company. Mr. Tartalone has been involved in wilderness search and rescue for the past 17 years and has been an active EMS provider for 16 years. Mr. Tartalone is a Wilderness Medicine Fellow with the Academy of Wilderness medicine. During his fellowship he specialized in Mountain and Hight Altitude Medicine.  He is an accomplished EMS practitioner and educator. He is now a current NAEMT Affiliate faculty member, the Chairman of the National Association for Search & Rescue’s Wilderness Curriculum Board, a member of the NASAR Board of Directors, and he is also our lead NASAR Instructor and Evaluator.

Jason Tartalone is also speaking at the Main Conference on June 11. Register for the for pre-conference and the Main Conference!

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