Our Air Medical Resource Management course covers a range of critical topics for air medical personnel, including communication skills and processes, building and maintaining a team, decision-making processes, situational awareness, workload management, and human factors in aviation. It provides a comprehensive understanding of resource management theory in a medical transport environment, stressing the importance of teamwork between pilots and medical personnel. The overall goal of the course is to improve individual and team behaviors in order to establish and maintain a culture of safety.
This AMRM course is essential for air medical operations, such as HEMS and fixed-wing medical transport. It provides a working foundation for resource management, enabling air medical personnel to effectively manage the complex demands of their profession. By emphasizing the importance of communication, teamwork, and situational awareness, the course prepares air medical personnel for the challenges they may face during flight. The course is designed to instill a culture of safety, ensuring that all individuals involved in air medical operations are committed to maintaining the highest standards of safety and professionalism.
This continuing education activity is approved by the Commission on Accreditation of Pre-Hospital Continuing Education. CAPCE#: 23-CTRS-F3-0302, Type: 2.0 CEH Operational.