Emergency Trauma Response Training Course

(25 customer reviews)

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Description

“Emergency Trauma Response” (ETR) is a comprehensive training program for anyone interested in being better prepared to deal with massive trauma.

Building off the popular “Stop The Bleed” program, ETR goes above and beyond to ensure the student has the practical knowledge to use popular products and gear and can manage 95% of major trauma emergencies.

The course is 100% FREE to anyone. It is completed online via video and the user responds to simple questions to ensure comprehension.

The course is split into these 13 modules:

  1. Trauma Medicine & Combat Mindset
  2. The Gear Of A Medic
  3. Vital Signs and Anatomy
  4. Intro to MARCH
  5. Massive Hemorrhage
  6. Airway
  7. Respirations
  8. Circulation
  9. Hypothermia and Head Trauma
  10. Reassessment
  11. Other Injury Types
  12. Practical Tourniquet Exercises & Improvised Solutions
  13. Your Role As A Medic

Your Instructor:

Brian McLaughlin is a veteran of the War on Terror and has seen combat alongside Marines in Afghanistan. He cut his teeth on trauma with his first duty station as an ER Technician and has attended and passed qualifications for EMT as both a civilian and active-duty Navy Corpsman. He has attended multiple Combat Trauma Medicine courses and instructed Combat Life Saver for Marines and junior Corpsman. After leaving the military as an HM2 (FMF), he worked as a security consultant for faith-based organizations and led force-on-force active shooter drills including trauma management.

25 reviews for Emergency Trauma Response Training Course

  1. Joel Ward (verified owner)

    Excellent training course! Can be completed on your own which is a real plus with covid distancing needs. No reason NOT to take the course and learn trauma response practices!

  2. SELLAH SUSAN AMUKO

    satisfying

  3. Michael Miller (verified owner)

    Good evening,
    I just completed your Emergency Trauma Response Course – nice!!

    As a 15-year USAF Security Forces veteran, I really appreciate it when people “get it” – and Brian does.

    I am not a “facebook-kinda-guy” but I kinda wish I was, just to join your group – I have no doubt it is a good place with a lot of direct and useful info.

    I just wanted to say thank you for making this refresher course available and I’m looking forward to receiving the Sweetwater kit I ordered.

  4. Gwendolyn (verified owner)

    I absolutely appreciate this free course! It was very informative and helpful as well as very necessary for anyone to learn to save a life in a trauma emergency, while waiting for EMT, Paramec, etc.

  5. Richard Wagner (verified owner)

    Exactly what I have been looking for since I spend time at the range. I tried to get kit advice and basic training from emt friend with no results. Brian did a fantastic with presentation. Format was right on. Recommendations and comment on some of products is helpful. Will be ordering kits for range bag and truck as suggested. Hope I never need.

  6. Mike Holland (verified owner)

    Great training and presentation. I am a Safety Coordinator at my church as well as a coalition leader for the Oklahoma based FBSN coalition. We’ve done Stop the Bleed training several times and this is a great online addition to that training. Especially as a refresher for those who have done the hands on. I learned several things from the video I did not learn in Stop the Bleed.

    I sent it to all the Oklahoma Safety Coalitions members with my full endorsement. Thank you for doing this.

  7. Greg Lundberg (verified owner)

    I have taken a few courses…and this is one of the best…I mentioned to a couple people to look into it…thank you

  8. Robert (verified owner)

    Excellent follow up to the stop the bleed course that I took earlier this year.
    Good solid information presented in a simple affecive format. Brian is a very good instructor!

  9. Rick (verified owner)

    It has been several years since I took an in person tactical medicine course. The instructor I had was very good, but I knew I needed a more recent refresher. Years of conflict overseas has yielded constant upgrades to material. If you don’t stay up on these skills, they are perishable and you will forget important points. I went through the material once, and then watched it all again to take notes. This course was very thorough and I enjoyed the instructor’s style of teaching. I highly recommend this to any family and friends you can get to take it.

  10. Leo (verified owner)

    Excellent Video! Thank you! Everyone needs to watch this video!

  11. MICHAEL MORGAN (verified owner)

    WELL worth the time. I got my EMT certificate from the Baylor Nursing School (Dallas TX) in 1983. I never made a professional go at the trade, but the knowledge has come in handy in several emergency situations. This class is an excellent intro to the topic of trauma management in austere conditions, and it was a great refresher for me. I agree with the statement in the introduction video that this cannot replace hands-on training, but the hands-on class you take after watching this course will make a lot more sense, and you will be much more comfortable walking in the door.

  12. Andrew Newton (verified owner)

    A most excellent refresher course. I was overdue for one, and this course fit the bill perfectly.
    Keep it up.

  13. Lyn (verified owner)

    Highly recommend. Brian does not waste your time and gets right to the point leading you through step by step in how to save a life. As a veteran and former paramedic this program will show the required medical equipment and instill the confidence in using it.

  14. Rusty Merrill (verified owner)

    Course was a good addition to Stop the Bleed, and gave good information.
    Brian spoke very fast, and I was trying to take notes for future review, plus to pass the quizzes, so it was a bit stressful, but I did OK.
    Wish they had a handout or a book with all the information he covered, so I wouldn’t have to decipher my writing.
    Recommending course to my church medical team.

  15. Don Strewart

    Very good course. My last training was three years ago and this course gave me new information on trauma treatment and supplies. Well worth the time and I highly recommend it.

  16. Dannielle (verified owner)

    This course was very well put together! A great refresher course, or a great starter course for anyone wanting to advantage their skills. Highly recommend!

  17. Lloyd Reese (verified owner)

    It needs help. I already supplied some comments to the guy who seems to write most of the content on this website.
    First, I could not get beyond the first lesson since I didn’t know what question I was getting wrong.

    Second, I believe it was in the 3rd question the preferred answer is not right.
    In my suburban location with good EMS service, I’ll wait for them to respond and transport the chain saw injured guy to the ER. If I’m in the national forest, and run across a guy who suffered the same injury,I’ll transport him to a location where I can get a cell signal, call 9-1-1-, and then take him where we can meet an EMS unit.

    Since I could not get beyond the first lesson, I can’t comment on the rest of it.

    • Admin

      Lloyd thank you for your feedback. It is the intent of the quiz that you rewatch the content in order to figure out the answers to the questions if you get them wrong. Each question is very specifically drawn from the videos. You may be referring to one of 2 different questions. The first of which asks, “As a First-Responder to a Medical Incident, Your Goal is to” and then you are provided with 3 options. 1: Do Nothing, Providing Any Assistance Should Be Left Only to Doctors and Surgeons. 2: Diagnose, treat and cure the injured person. 3: Stabilize The Patient Long Enough to be Seen by A Trauma Surgeon. Of those 3 options #3 is the best choice. The other question you may be referring to states: The Two Important Tasks of Trauma Medicine are: and includes the instructions “Please select TWO from the following options.” The options are as follows: Keep the Patient Alive. Get the Patient to the Hospital As Quickly As Possible. Make the Patient Comfortable. Investigate How the Patient Was Injuried. In reading your comment about response in different situations based on the distance from cell service or EMTs I’m not sure how that would change the correct answers to either of those questions. I hope you can send us more specific feedback so we can better address your concerns. Please consider using the Contact page above to do so.

  18. Peter S (verified owner)

    Really good course with clear instructions. Multiple answers in some questions.
    Strongly recommend MMM for this free, online training for personal development.
    Be safe!

  19. John Converse (verified owner)

    While video cannot replace hands-on training, this course offered a good overview of response to life-threatening medical emergencies. I recommended this as a review review for campus public safety officers during the college’s pandemic shutdown.

  20. John Hernandez (verified owner)

    Great training for the new student and the ol grizzled vet. Thanks so much for providing this training.

  21. Jan Holmqvist (verified owner)

    Very good course. I have an combat medic course from the Swedish army, and your course was a really good repetition and reminder.

  22. Lisa (verified owner)

    Recommending everyone in my group get this traning…my husband and I own a medical clinic and we both took something away from this training.

  23. EARL HARRIS (verified owner)

    Excellent Course- Thanks Mountainmanmedical.

    • Brian McLaughlin

      You’re welcome! Thanks for taking the course.

  24. Shirley Wainer (verified owner)

    Excellent presentation and content. Thank you very much, I shall certainly recommend to friends and family.

  25. John Seifert (verified owner)

    Very informative,WELL WORTH, your time!

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