The first annual Tactical Medicine and Rescue Symposium in Indianapolis, Indiana is the premier special operations medicine conference in the Midwest. This elite two-day event is taught by leading experts in the field who teach practical techniques and proven concepts rooted in unrivaled operational experience.
The symposium begins with featured speaker US Army Major Andrew Fisher. While working as a paramedic at Wishard, Andrew started the Marion County Sheriff Department's Tactical EMS program, he went onto serve as a physician assistant with the 75th Ranger regiment, and now is a third-year medical student at Texas A&M College of Medicine. He continues to serve in the rank of Major with the Texas Army National Guard and serves as voting member on Committee on Tactical Combat Causality Care. He was 2010 US Army PA of the Year, the 2018 EMS Today keynote speaker, 2018 recipient of the Hero of Military Medicine award, 2018 Frank K. Bulter, Jr TCCC award, he has been deployed eight times to Iraq and Afghanistan and awarded the Bronze Star Medal with Valor Device and Purple Heart.The event then consists of two educational tracks: tactical and technical. Day 1 will be hands-on training involving either large building AVIs, target discrimination drills, and managing CCPs; or, auto extrication, man vs. machine, and rope rescue.
Day 2 will cover onboarding new TEMS members, use of force, MCI mitigation, FEMA taskforce ops, explosive breaching, blast injuries, and more.
Train with world-class instructors and like-minded colleagues at the Tactical Medicine and Rescue Symposium. Register today!
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