** The Tac-Med staff lectured at EMS-Today 2016 on Dynamic Threat Medical Response. Dr. Dave also lectured on Excited Delirium and Law Enforcement Toxicology.
** Dr. Dave recently wrote an article for EMS-1: Between a Knife and a Hard Place
** The Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) issued a press release based on Tac-Med’s safety bulletin for emergency service personnel.
** EMS World posted our hemostatic agent training video in the training section of its website in order to educate emergency service providers on these important bleeding control adjuncts.
** Dr. Dave lectured as a subject matter expert on Law Enforcement Toxicology at the InterAgency Board meeting in October 2014.
** Dr. Dave argues for the Single vs. Double Buckle method of securing a CAT tourniquet for the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Tactical Section Newsletter.
** The Stamford CT Firefighter’s Union sponsored Active Shooter training for Stamford Emergency Service personnel. It was covered by local media outlets…
News 12 Connecticut Bureau:
Stamford Advocate: Stamford fire and police tested before coming under fire
** Tac-Med trained with the EMS Academy staff and command staff of DC Fire and EMS in June 2014, providing them with specialty training in Active Shooter response and Incident Command at a Dynamic Threat incident.
** Tac-Med trained 35 emergency service responders in Neptune Township NJ from local police, fire, and EMS departments in Active Shooter response in January 2015. It was a successful day practicing the rescue team concept. We incorporated the law enforcement and medical personnel in a joint training exercise intended to simulate an active shooter incident at a local school. We will be returning to Neptune to provide our Basic Tactical Medicine course to help them develop an active threat response matrix for their township.
** Tac-Med educated multiple police, fire, and EMS agencies in CT Region 4 (Waterford / Groton area) in May 2014 and March 2015. After training the police officers in the medical aspects of an active shooter response on the first day, they came back during the second day of training for a joint drill with local fire and EMS providers. It was the first such joint active shooter drills held in that area. All the providers did a great job working together, and Tac-Med plans to return for future drills to provide continued support and training.
** Dr. Dave lectured on Excited Delirium for the Tactical EMS breakout sessions at the Special Operations Medical Association conference in Tampa, Dec 2013.
** The Emergency Medical Response to the Active Shooter course was reviewed by Officer.com — Integrated Response to Mass Casualty Incidents
** Tac-Med faculty members Leon Jaskuta and David Neubert were interviewed in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services — Any Call Has the Potential to Become Violent
** Tac-Med is excited to announce an ongoing working relationship with Brandywine EMS (Medic 93) to provide training and educational opportunities for emergency service providers. This partnership has provided us with access to the Huston Center, and space and facilities that allow us to provide the most realistic environment for our students to train in. We appreciate Medic 93’s dedication and service to the community and their commitment to the training of emergency service personnel.