INTERACTIVE 2-HOUR ONLINE COURSE
- Addresses how to manage motorcycle collisions, which account for a disproportionate burden of vehicle fatalities in the U.S.
- Provides the core cognitive knowledge to rapidly evaluate, stabilize, and transport the motorcycle crash patient
- Is participatory and simple to navigate, with easy-to-read text, graphics, and voice over narration
- Can be completed in multiple sessions
2 hours of continuing education credit
MAJOR LEARNING GOALS
- Describe the magnitude of the motorcycle crash injury burden in Florida
- List the components of a motorcycle injury prevention program
- Discuss the difference in injury risk between motorcycle collisions (MCCs) as compared to motor vehicle collisions (MVCs)
- Describe the risk factors that contribute to MCCs
- Summarize the different types of MCCs and how the mechanism of blunt injury can affect triage decisions
- Describe the basic and advanced skills for patient management and stabilization
Funded by the Florida Department of Transportation
Online Training and Education Courses
The Center hosts medical training and education for medical students, paramedic/firefighters, other first responders, physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and instructors. Many of our courses are FREE, or free for Florida Personnel.
This class is only offered to medical students.