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This course sets the foundation for SEMPER members’ disaster knowledge, which will be supplemented by in-person lectures as well as field exercises. All SEMPER members are required to complete this course. Non-SEMPER members interested in learning more about disaster medicine or any person wishing to deploy to a disaster is also welcomed to complete this course.
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Disaster Medicine Training is a self paced-course, featuring video lectures with questions and case scenarios following each module. You will take an overall pre-test before you start the course and a post-test after you complete all the modules. A score of 80% or higher on your post-test will earn you a Statement of Accomplishment.
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Colin M. Bucks, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine, Co-Director of SEMPER
Dan Imler, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Ronak B. Patel, MD MPH – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine
Julie Racioppi, RN MSN – Clinician Nurse IV, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine
Gina Suh, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Medicine Division of Infectious Disease
Kim Voronin, LCSW – Disaster Mental Health Clinician and Social Work Clinician, Stanford Department of Social Work and Case Management
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Does this course offer CME or CEU credit?
No, not at this time.
How much time will I spend on this course?
Each of the 8 learning module has a video between 10-30 minutes, that is followed by some multiple choice and open-ended questions. You can expect to spend about 30-60 minutes for each learning module.
Are there required assignments?
There is a pre and post test administered at the beginning and end of the course. After each of the modules, there are post-module assessments graded only for completion, which are designed to explore the concepts introduced in the lectures. In order to 'pass' the course, you will need to complete all of these assessments as well as earn a score greater than 80% on the post test.
Does this course provide medical advice for patients?
The information contained in this course is provided for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional guidance regarding medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Participants in this course should not provide unsupervised emergency medicine or department care unless they have completed all of the training, licensing and certification process required in their country. The information in this course is provided “as is” without any representations or warranties, express or implied. You assume full responsibility for how you choose to use this information.