This course sets the foundation for SEMPER members’ disaster knowledge, which will be supplemented by in-person lectures as well as field exercises. All SEMPER members are required to complete this course. Non-SEMPER members interested in learning more about disaster medicine or any person wishing to deploy to a disaster is also welcomed to complete this course.
Disaster Medicine Training is a self paced-course, featuring video lectures with questions and case scenarios following each module. You will take an overall pre-test before you start the course and a post-test after you complete all the modules. A score of 80% or higher on your post-test will earn you a Statement of Accomplishment.
Colin M. Bucks, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine, Co-Director of SEMPER
Dan Imler, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Ronak B. Patel, MD MPH – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine
Julie Racioppi, RN MSN – Clinician Nurse IV, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine
Gina Suh, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Medicine Division of Infectious Disease
Kim Voronin, LCSW – Disaster Mental Health Clinician and Social Work Clinician, Stanford Department of Social Work and Case Management
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