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  • 10 April 2017 12:00 PM     09:00 PM

    Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) is a comprehensive, integrated, strategic, and multicomponent response to a critical incident or incidents.  Its purpose is to mitigate the emotional and psychological effects after a critical incident, to keep individuals, teams, groups, and organizations functioning well pre-during-and post natural or man-made disaster.  The three-day class will cover the two basic courses in CISM: Helping Individuals in Crisis and Group Crisis Intervention.  Attendees will participate in both didactic and experiential exercises and, depending on availability, hear from guest speakers.  The instructors (Dr. Lindi Holt and Kimble Richardson) have over 50 years of training and experience between them and have responded to close to 600 critical incidents locally and across Central Indiana. 
     
    Both Kimble and Lindi have permission to teach the two courses as one combined class, but each participant will get credit and certificates for attending two separate CISM courses.  The three days will be under the umbrella of the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc. Their mission is to provide leadership, education, training, consultation, and support services in comprehensive crisis intervention and disaster behavioral health services to the emergency response professions, other organizations, and communities worldwide.
    SIGN UP HERE
     
    LOCATION: 3610 Shelby St., Indianapolis, IN 46227

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  • 09 May 2017 12:00 PM     09:00 PM

    CHEP Course description:  Provides certification candidates a preparatory course for the Certified Healthcare Emergency Professional (CHEP) credentialing examination. The session includes a Power Point presentation designed to highlight emergency management areas outside the average attendees day-to-day work related duties and responsibilities. Candidates will have the opportunity to interact with the facilitator and other attendees in order to answer any questions that may relate to the certification examination. Candidates will be provided a free electronic copy of the CHEP Study Guide and sample exam questions prior to arrival. On the following morning, candidates will have the opportunity to take the certification exam. Those interested in participating in this course and exam should complete an application found at http://www.ibfcsm.org, to include professional references, also found at http://www.ibfcsm.org. This should be done not later than 2 weeks prior to the CHEP program. To have appropriate study time before the course, you should make known your interest to the Florida Hospital Association as soon as possible to receive the study material.  
     
    Learning Objective 1:  Provide prep program appraising the attendee’s emergency management knowledge & experience.
     Objective focuses on:
                ▪ Managing an emergency incident,
                ▪ Recognizing effects of emergency incidents on their organization,
                ▪ Handling internal as well as external emergency incidents.
     
    Learning Objective 2:  Explain EM legislation, directives, regulations, and standards
    Objective provides:
                ▪ An opportunity to learn about external influences on their emergency preparedness,
                ▪ A look at how fire codes, EPA regulations and OSHA affects emergency preparedness.
     
    Learning Objective 3:  Confirm knowledge of the candidate on topics of healthcare emergency management.
     Objective is to:
    ▪ Provide an opportunity for the attendee to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of all aspects surrounding emergency management response,
    ▪ Provide an opportunity for the attendee to receive a certification in healthcare emergency management.
     
    SIGN UP HERE
     
    LOCATION: IU Morgan Hospital 2209 Wooden Dr Martinsville, IN 46151

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  • 23 May 2017 12:00 PM     09:00 PM

    CHEP Course description:  Provides certification candidates a preparatory course for the Certified Healthcare Emergency Professional (CHEP) credentialing examination. The session includes a Power Point presentation designed to highlight emergency management areas outside the average attendees day-to-day work related duties and responsibilities. Candidates will have the opportunity to interact with the facilitator and other attendees in order to answer any questions that may relate to the certification examination. Candidates will be provided a free electronic copy of the CHEP Study Guide and sample exam questions prior to arrival. On the following morning, candidates will have the opportunity to take the certification exam. Those interested in participating in this course and exam should complete an application found at http://www.ibfcsm.org, to include professional references, also found at http://www.ibfcsm.org. This should be done not later than 2 weeks prior to the CHEP program. To have appropriate study time before the course, you should make known your interest to the Florida Hospital Association as soon as possible to receive the study material.  
     
    Learning Objective 1:  Provide prep program appraising the attendee’s emergency management knowledge & experience.
     Objective focuses on:
                ▪ Managing an emergency incident,
                ▪ Recognizing effects of emergency incidents on their organization,
                ▪ Handling internal as well as external emergency incidents.
     
    Learning Objective 2:  Explain EM legislation, directives, regulations, and standards
    Objective provides:
                ▪ An opportunity to learn about external influences on their emergency preparedness,
                ▪ A look at how fire codes, EPA regulations and OSHA affects emergency preparedness.
     
    Learning Objective 3:  Confirm knowledge of the candidate on topics of healthcare emergency management.
     Objective is to:
    ▪ Provide an opportunity for the attendee to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of all aspects surrounding emergency management response,
    ▪ Provide an opportunity for the attendee to receive a certification in healthcare emergency management.
     
    SIGN UP HERE
     
    LOCATION: 3610 Shelby St., Indianapolis, IN 46227

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  • 26 April 2017 12:00 PM     04:00 PM

     
    DISTRICT FIVE HOSPITAL PREPAREDNESS PLANNING COMMITTEE INC
     
      
    “Preparing Now For a Unified Response Later”
     
    You Are Invited!
    Coalition Infectious Disease Tabletop Exercise
    Wednesday, April 26, 2017
    8:00 AM-12:00 Noon
     
    Moore Restoration
    3610 Shelby Street
     Indianapolis, IN 46227
     
    Full Breakfast will be served!
    Attendance is limited to 3 (three) attendees per agency.
    Please register at:
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/87YMNKS

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