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21 June 2016 to 22 June 2016
NCCTRC Training Facility, 8th floor Royal Darwin Hospital

While traditional MIMMS teaches a structured approach to responding at the scene of mass casualty incidents, HMIMMS focusses on the delivery of care in the hospital environment.

This 2 day course explores the priorities and responsibilities of clinical and administrative responders facing a mass casualty incident in their hospital. An all-hazards approach is adopted while special incidents such as burns and chemical hazards are also covered. The concept of the collapsible hierarchy is introduced as a fundamental concept in the hospital based response.

The format includes;

  • Lectures
  • Small group workshops
  • Novel interactive tabletop sessions which simulate the challenges facing responders during the phases of patient reception, definitive care and recovery.

Suitable Participants: This course is aimed at personnel who would be involved in managing a major incident in the hospital. This can be clinical or non-clinical.

Course cost:

Northern Territory Government staff members: $350.00 pp incl. GST

non Northern Territory Government staff: $695.00 pp incl. GST

[prices and course availability are subject to change]

Registrations closed: 06 May 2016