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First Aid for Police, Security, Firearms and Close Protection Officers By Chris Breen
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Chris Breen is a Paramedic and an Emergency Nurse Practitioner who served with the RAMC and is currently a Clinical Tutor. He has been involved in Police first aid training from basic to enhanced D13... More > levels and has acted as an expert assessor for officers in training in the medical management of road traffic collisions. He is also involved in Joint Emergency Service interoperability (JESIP) Tactical and Operational Training. The aim of this work is to provide the officers with the knowledge and skills to deal with a variety of medical conditions and traumatic injuries beyond the scope of normal first aid which they may potentially encounter during their duties. The British Medical association (BMA) have published guidance on the “Health care of detainees in Police stations”. A large proportion of detainees will be vulnerable for a number of reasons; this could be due to poverty, mental health issues or drug or alcohol dependence.< Less
Survival Disaster and Tactical Medicine By Chris Breen
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THIS TITLE HAS BEEN REPLACED BY WILDERNESS AND SURVIVAL MEDICINE WHICH CONTAINS ALL PRIOR CONTENT AND MUCH MORE.
CBRNe, Terrorism, Medical and Major Incident Management By Chris Breen
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A guide to medical and major incident management. Roles and responsibility of staff setting up the command and control systems of the emergency services are detailed. Including the gold, silver and... More > bronze structure. The process of triage is explored with exercises and details of commonly used triage aids. Medical management of environmental issues, traumatic injuries are all covered. Tactical injuries caused by explosions and firearms are also covered including techniques for dealing with catastrophic haemorrhage and amputations. With recent events in mind epidemics and pandemics are explored, as well as exposure and treatment of biological, chemical including Nerve Agents and radiation releases. Equipment for CBRN protection and detection is covered in addition to the roles of the Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) and the Special Operation Response Team (SORT) and the Mass Casualty Vehicles. Hazmat incidents including transportation of dangerous goods and chemical suicides are also covered.< Less
First Aid for Police, Security, Firearms and Close Protection Officers By Chris Breen
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Chris Breen is a Paramedic and an Emergency Nurse Practitioner who served with the RAMC and is currently a Clinical Tutor. He has been involved in Police first aid training from basic to enhanced D13... More > levels and has acted as an expert assessor for officers in training in the medical management of road traffic collisions. He is also involved in Joint Emergency Service interoperability (JESIP) Tactical and Operational Training. The aim of this work is to provide the officers with the knowledge and skills to deal with a variety of medical conditions and traumatic injuries beyond the scope of normal first aid which they may potentially encounter during their duties. The British Medical association (BMA) have published guidance on the “Health care of detainees in Police stations”. A large proportion of detainees will be vulnerable for a number of reasons; this could be due to poverty, mental health issues or drug or alcohol dependence.< Less
Olga Nethersole, her Life, Career, Family and The People’s league of Health By Chris Breen
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Olga Isabella Nethersole, CBE, RRC Born 18 January c. 1867 in Kensington (London) the daughter of Christina Enderby who was born in Boston, Lincolnshire and is described as "a woman of Spanish... More > descent" and a Henry Nethersole, who was descended from an ancient Kentish family the Nethersole`s whom produced a number of other prosperous and famous personages. Olga was an actress, theatre producer, and wartime nurse/health educator who set up the Peoples League for Health. Educated in England and Germany, she was obliged to go on the stage to support herself due to the untimely death of her father who was a solicitor and died when she was 5 years old. She served as a nurse in London throughout World War I and later established the People's League of Health, for which she received the Royal Red Cross (RRC) in 1920. She combined her theatre work with health work for the rest of her life. She was created a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in 1936. The book touches on many aspects of her life and family.< Less