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Military Medicine Interest Group (MMIG) of Tufts University School of Medicine presents…

Combat Casualty Training

Led by US Army Sergeant Brandon Formyduval

Train in combat casualty care: a carbon copy version of what medics receive.  Run through trauma scenarios to see how you would treat casualties. Includes an interactive mannequin that bleeds, casualty cards with training scenarios, and supporting equipment.

Military and civilian dental practitioners should be trained in high quality CPR, and other basic life-saving medical skills that can save many lives if implemented timely.

Friday, September 20, 2019
75 Kneeland Street; 3rd Floor Simulation Center
Choose from 1 of 2 sessions:

  • Early Afternoon: 1PM – 3PM or
  • Late Afternoon: 4:15PM – 6PM

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