Examples of How the U.S. Military Trains with Medical Simulation

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Today, two news stories on how the US military is utilizing simulation to train for and improve patient care in combat and hospital scenarios: Above, Hospital Corpsman Cameron Carter works on a life-like mannequin during a combat scenario Thursday during Tactical Combat Casualty Care Course at Naval Hospital Pensacola. The training is designed to prepare corpsman for dealing with trauma in the battlefield. (Photo: Ben Twingley). Watch a video recap of this Pensacola News Journal article at “$67K life-like mannequins provide medical training”  by Staff Writer Marketta A. Davis.

Click to watch the video here.Below, Robert DiBiase Jr., Simulation Curriculum Program Coordinator/Center for the Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills (CSTARS) has posted on his LinkedIn wall this reflection by Staff Sgt. Jennifer Gray, an independent duty medical technician, as she discusses the intense training she received at the CSTARS program at the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. The C-STARS program helps the Air Force train and maintain the highest caliber of trauma medics for expeditionary duties. (Produced by Andrew Breese and Tech Sgt. Bennie Davis):


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Learn more by reading the PTJ news article or by visiting the C-STARS University of Maryland School of Medicine website.


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