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Training for Healthcare Workers and SERV-OR Volunteers
Image of trainees going onto fire training center grounds to practice disaster triage.
 
Join fellow healthcare professionals and learn new skills to help others in disasters.​

Trainings are offered free of charge in multiple locations throughout Oregon.


 

Courses offered



Course Descriptions and Schedules

Mass Casualty Burn Care

Course Objectives:
  • Identify and triage burn victims in a disaster
  • Learn how to Identify supplies needed  and care for a severely burned patient for up to 72 hours
  • Learn wound care techniques
  • Identify resources to assist you in the care and treatment of multiple burns during a disaster
  • Identify transfer protocols in a disaster situation

Please bring your own lunch or be prepared to obtain your lunch from a local establishment as food will not be provided during the lunch break.

​Date
​Time ​Location ​Registration Link
Wednesday, 4/29/2015
9 AM - 3 PM
Canyonville
Completed
Thursday, 4/30/2015
9 AM - 3 PM
Medford
Completed
Friday, 5/1/ 2015
9 AM - 3 PM
​Brookings Completed
Monday, 5/4/2015
9 AM - 3 PM ​Nehalem Completed
Friday, 6/5/2015
9 AM - 3 PM
Linn County
Register here
Friday, 6/12/2015
9 AM - 3 PM ​Oregon City Register here
Friday, 6/19/2015
9 AM - 3 PM
Portland
Register here
Friday, 6/26/2015 9 AM - 3 PM ​Bend Register here
Wednesday, 7/1/2015 9 AM - 3 PM ​St Helens
Register here
 

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Basic Disaster Life Support

The Basic Disaster Life Support (BDLS) course is a seven hour competency-based, awareness-level course that introduces concepts and principles to prepare health professionals for the management of injuries and illnesses caused by disasters and public health emergencies.  See full description.

Course credits: 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

Pre-requisites: None. Open to all professions. However, preference may be given to members of the State Emergency Registry of Volunteers in Oregon (SERV-OR).

Lunch and coffee service provided. 

Date Time Location Registration Link
Friday, 5/8/2015
8 AM to 5 PM
Hillsboro
Completed
Friday, 5/22/2015 8 AM to 5 PM Hood River Register here
Saturday, 6/6/2015 8 AM to 5 PM ​Canyonville Register here

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Image of trainees in Basic Disaster Life Support class


Advanced Disaster Life Support

The Advanced Disaster Life Support (ADLS) course is an intense two-day course that allows participants to demonstrate competencies in mass casualty management. Includes disaster scene simulation with live simulated victims. See full description.
 
Course credits: 15.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.
 

Pre-requisites: Basic Disaster Life Support (BDLS) and an active health care provider license.

Additionally, preference may be given to members of the State Emergency Registry of Volunteers in Oregon (SERV-OR).

Lunch and coffee service provided.

Date Time Location Registration Link
Fri-Sat, 7/10-7/11 2015
  (both days required)
8 AM to 5 PM
Sherwood
Class Full - Waiting List
 

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 Image of disaster trainees conducting triage at a fire training center.
Volunteers “Victims” Needed for ADLS Training

Additional volunteers are needed to role play as victims on the second day of the Advanced courses. This is a fun opportunity for anyone to help their community and medical providers learn how to respond to disasters.  Food and beverage provided.  More information and registration is provided below under course listings for Advanced Disaster Life Support.

Date Time Location Registration Link
​Saturday, 7/11/2015 10 AM to 4 PM ​Sherwood Register here
 

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Tactical Emergency Casualty Care

The Tactical Emergency Casualty Care course is a four-hour course based on the standardized Tactical Combat Casualty Care course which ICPDM has been teaching to law enforcement agencies throughout Northern Nevada. The small class size of twenty people allows hands-on practice and scenario work. The topics include direct threat care, indirect threat care/tactical field care, and evacuation/tactical evacuation care.

Course credits: 4 CEUs.

Pre-requisites: Open to all healthcare providers. However, preference may be given to members of the State Emergency Registry of Volunteers in Oregon (SERV-OR).

​Date ​Time ​Location ​Registration Link
Saturday, 5/23/2015 8 AM to 1 PM Redmond Class Full -Waiting List
​Thursday, 6/4/2015
9 AM to 2 PM
​Eugene Class Full - Waiting List
​Friday, 6/5/2015
​10 AM to 3 PM
​Medford Class Full -Waiting List
Saturday, 7/25/2015 10 AM to 3 PM Salem Class Full - Waiting List
 

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Psychological First Aid

This American Red Cross course is to prepare first responders to provide basic care, comfort and support to people who are experiencing disaster-related stress. Recognize signs of stress in clients, co-workers and yourself.  Learn and apply psychological first aid principles in providing immediate support; obtain mental health support for yourself, co-workers and clients.


Date Time Location Registration Link
​Friday 1/9/2015 ​8 AM - 12 PM
​St. Helens Completed
​Friday 1/30/2015 ​10 AM - 2 PM ​The Dalles Completed
​Saturday 2/28/2015 ​8 AM - 12 PM ​Hillsboro Completed
​Saturday 9/12/2015 ​8 AM - 12 PM ​Salem Class Full -Waiting List
​Friday  9/25/2015 ​8 AM - 12 PM ​North Bend Register here
​Friday 10/9/2015 ​1 PM - 5 PM ​Bend Register here
Saturday 10/10/2015 9 AM - 1 PM ​Burns Register here
 
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Disaster Mental Health Fun​damentals

Breakout session for behavioral health professionals at the two sites below on the same day as PFA and taught by the American Red Cross. This afternoon session prepares licensed mental health professionals to provide for and respond to the psychological needs of people throughout the disaster cycle of preparedness, response and recovery.


Date Time Location Registration Link
​Saturday 2/28/2015 ​1 PM - 5 PM ​Hillsboro Completed
​Friday 9/25/2015 ​1 PM - 5 PM ​North Bend Register here
  

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Engaging People with Access and Functional Needs During Disasters

Course is taught by the Oregon Office on Disability and Health, Oregon Health and Sciences University.

The morning session from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM will be the complete basic program instruction.

Please bring your own lunch or be prepared to obtain your lunch from a local establishment as food will not be provided during the lunch break.

The afternoon session from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM is a train the trainer format for those wanting to carry this training to groups or organizations.


    Date Time Location Registration Link
    Friday, 2/13/15 9 AM - 3 PM Portland Completed
    Friday, 3/13/15 9 AM - 3 PM Oregon City Completed
    Friday, 3/27/15 9 AM - 3 PM Bend Completed
    Tuesday, 8/11/15 9 AM - 3 PM Canyonville Register here
    Friday, 8/14/15 9 AM - 3 PM Brookings Register here
    Monday, 8/17/2015 9 AM - 3 PM North Bend Register here
    Friday, 9/25/2015 9 AM - 3 PM Hermiston Register here
     

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    Mass Antibiotic Dispensing Workshop

    The CDC Division of Strategic National Stockpile & Cities Readiness Initiative will give a collection of presentations, group activities, and supporting materials, this course will promote ideas, discussion and learning about operating closed mass medical countermeasure dispensing sites in a public health emergency.

    Date Time Location Registration Link
    Friday, 9/11/15 8 AM - 12 PM Portland Register here
    Friday, 10/8/15 1 PM - 5 PM Canyonville Register here
    Friday, 10/16/15 1 PM - 5 PM North Bend Register here
    Friday, 10/23/15 1 PM - 5 PM Salem Register here
     

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    Questions or suggestions?

    Contact: SERV.OR@STATE.OR.US or toll-free at 877-343-5767.​


    Sponsors

    Sponsored by the Oregon Health Authority Health Security, Preparedness and Response Program.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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