Tuesday, 19. March 2019, Banner Fort Collins Medical Center, Fort Collins - Banner Health Start/JumpStart Triage Training

from 19. March 2019 - 10:00 till 12:00

Banner Fort Collins Medical Center

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Overview:
The START system, developed by Hoag Hospital and the Newport Beach Fire Department (Newport Beach, CA), helps prepare emergency personnel to quickly organize their resources to handle multi-casualty emergencies. Using START, various agencies and individuals assume predetermined roles in managing the emergency, on-scene personnel quickly evaluate the situation and call in the appropriate extra resources and assign them specific tasks. Because of the planning and training that are the core of the START system, agencies and individuals know what they are expected to do when they arrive at the scene.
 Learning Objectives:
The triage portion of START, which is the focus of this training program, relies on making a rapid assessment (taking less than a minute) of every patient, determining which of four categories patients should be in, and visibly identifying the categories for     rescuers who will treat the patients.
TriageThe concept of triage is simply a method of quickly identifying victims who have immediately life-threatening injuries AND who have the best chance of surviving so that when additional rescuers arrive on scene, they are directed first to those patients. 
Golden hourThe Golden hour refers to a concept that a trauma patient has the best chance for recovery if he or she can get to Advanced Trauma Life Support within one hour from the time of the injury. Obviously, those who are most seriously injured have the least time. When there are multiple victims, the Golden Hour can slip away because there aren’t enough rescuers for each victim.
START (Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment)The START triage system, developed by Hoag Hospital and the Newport Beach Fire Department (Newport Beach, CA), relies on making a rapid assessment (taking less than a minute) of every patient, determining which of four categories patients should be in, and visibly identifying the categories for rescuers who will treat the patients.
 Target Audience:


Participants should include:
Hospital staff members who Emergency Room as RN’s or ER Tech’s. Any Staff that has the potential to assist the ER or HERT Team in patient Triage during a Mass Casualty Incident. HERT team members may also take this course as a refresher for the material.
 Recommended prerequisites:
Clinical Staff that may be utilized to triage during a Mass Casualty Incident.  
Course Length:

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1hour
Certification:

This course will meet the required training for Start Triage
Evaluation Strategy:
This course utilized three evaluation strategies:

Participant feedback during training discussion
Group discussion of Triage Operations and preparedness concepts
Course Evaluation form

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