Prolonged Field Care
The difference between a good medic and a great medic is how we deal with stressful situations under less-than-optimal conditions. Learning the skills and using the tools to transition from casualty stabilisation to a long term healthcare plan is a substantial shift in thinking.
In a remote setting we don't have the ability to turf off our casualty to the nearest hospital after twenty minutes of patient care. We must be better than that. We have to deal with our casualties for hours or sometimes days.
The lads from Prolonged Field Care have made a fantastic website that facilitates that transition from a good medic to a great medic. Take a look and learn.