Qualification: Medicine in Remote Areas (MIRA - Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh)
MIRA course: For students with experience in Pre-Hospital Care, the Medicine in Remote Areas Course (MIRA) is an essential qualification that has been developed to add the skills and knowledge required for dealing with a casualty or casualties in remote environments. The course teaches the skills needed to stabilise the injured right through to the skills and knowledge needed for prolonged field care.
MIRA course: Our MIRA training is based in Scotland..
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Management of injuries from road traffic collisions, ballistics and violent assaults. Oxygen therapy. Intermediate and advanced airway management including surgical airways. Life threatening chest injuries and management including needle decompression. Circulatory system and haemorrhage control. Shock and fluid replacement (I.V & I.O). Head injuries. Medical emergencies. Fractures, dislocations and burns. Environmental illnesses. Remote area and prolonged patient care.
Our MIRA course teaches students how to adapt to different circumstances, we teach the skills required to manage casualties who find themselves in need in remote and challenging areas.
MIRA Course is ran over 5 days for a cost of £750 FPOS I & MIRA combined 9 days @ £1000
Close Protection, FPOS I & MIRA combined 25 days £2500
For more information or details on how to book a place on our MIRA training course please get in touch via our contact page or use the email below.
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