Major Incident Medical Management and Support: The Practical Approach in the Hospital
The epidemiology and incidence of major incidents.
Are we ready for the next major incident?.
The structured approach to the hospital response.
Part 2 Preparation.
Planning for major incidents.
Major incident equipment.
Part 3 Management.
The collapsable hierarchy concept.
The clinical hierarchy.
The nursing hierarchy.
The management hierarchy.
Part 4 Support.
Declaring a majjor incident and activating the plan.
The reception phase.
The definitive care phase.
The recovery phase.
Part 5 Special incidents.
Incidents involving hazardous chemicals.
Incidents involving a large number of burns.
Incidents involving a large number of children
- Emergency Nurse, Vol 14, No.2, May 06
Citical acclaim for companion volume Major Incident Medical Management & Support: The Practical Approach (MIMMS):
"This book is outstanding value for money and is highly recommended to all those interested in major incident management."
Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
- Complements the established prehospital MIMMS system
- Timely publication in an increasingly disaster-aware climate
- Tried and tested ALSG format