Enhancing Interoperabillity Among Enlisted Medical Personnel
by Harry J. Thie
Publisher: RAND Corporation 2009
Number of pages: 212
To reduce costs and increase interoperability of the military services, a joint medical education and training campus is being established at Fort Sam Houston, Texas with a view to consolidating training across the services. A methodology is outlined for defining and implementing a common standard of practice for a given specialty and its use illustrated through an application to the medical surgical technologist specialty.
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This textbook focuses on the management of casualties of chemical and biological warfare. A historical overview of chemical and biological warfare is also given. Nonmilitary healthcare providers will also find this book to be extremely useful.
by Steve Yevich, at al.
Developed as a primary medical information resource and field guide for the Special Operations Command medics, the Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook defines the standard of health care delivery under adverse and general field conditions.
- US Army Medical Department
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