From first responders to medical executive leaders, when you attend one of our in-residence courses, you can expect to
learn leading edge, advanced strategies for the medical management of chemical and biological casualties in a didactic and hands-on adult learning environment. Courses are taught by highly qualified physicians, advanced degree nurses and other professionals well versed in their specialty areas.
These professional development courses are sponsored by the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence (MEDCoE) and the Office of the Surgeon General. Upon successful completion, these courses are placed in the records of active duty medical personnel and count for CME and CEU and EMT recertification credit.
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For assistance registering for courses, please
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If you have any difficulties with class registration, please contact the Chemical Casualty Care Division directly at 410-436-2230 or email us at usarmy.apg.medcom‐usamricd.mbx.ccc‐firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
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