Seeking Volunteers to Take This Survery – Assessing the Efficacy of Pre-Deployment Training in the Development and Sustainment of Operationally-Relevant Medical Skills
Title: “Assessing the Efficacy of Pre-Deployment Training in the Development and Sustainment of Operationally-Relevant Medical Skills- A Survey Study”
Who: Members who have completed a humanitarian mission followed by a deployment
What: Survey study to collect information on clinician perceived pre-deployment training gaps
When: Participate now by clicking this link: https://go.intelink.gov/DM1s7oY
Why: The goal of this study is to obtain military medical provider experiences that can describe perceived weaknesses in pre-deployment clinical practice (to include both training and direct patient care) to develop potential deployment preparedness gaps that can improve overall military medical readiness.
· Aim 1 – Address the difference in perceived preparedness for combat deployments between emergency/critical care and non-emergency/critical care clinicians.
· Aim 2 – Examine the impact of serving humanitarian missions on operational readiness and sustainment of combat medical skills.
Investigators: Melissa Clemons, PhD (contact in the global)