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災難醫學202SB: 化學、生物、輻射及核子事故的基礎知識

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災難醫學202SB: 化學、生物、輻射及核子事故的基礎知識

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課程資料

本短期網上課程是香港大學李嘉誠醫學院急症醫學部為醫學院學生而設計的災難醫學202課程的其中一個單元。在本單元中,香港賽馬會災難防護應變教研中心為課程利用虛擬實境(VR)技術製作相關的災難虛擬場景,使學員置身其中並作模擬練習。

課程以英語授課。

如對本課程有任何查詢,請電郵至gary@hkam.org.hk或致電2871 8856與羅先生聯絡。

About the course

This course will enable students to learn the basic principles of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Incidents with health hazards, the immediate and chronic health effects of exposure to hazardous CBRN and the measures in response to CBRN Incident. Apart from the basic principles taught in lecture, students will have a chance to handle CBRN Incident case as the virtual hazardous chemicals into the abandoned house.  

What you will learn
  • The characteristics of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) incidents

  • Management patients with diseases of CBRN origin

  • The difference in triage between CBRN incidents and other Mass Casualties Incidents

Target Audience

Any persons who may serve as an emergency first aid personnel or rescue worker in an emergency situation.

Objectives
  • To understand the clinical features and treatment of patients of CBRN Incident.

List of Lectures

  • Overview of CBRN incidents   

  • Chemical incidents

  • Biological incidents

  • Radiation and nuclear incidents

  • Virtual Reality (VR) Interactive Disaster Simulation Exercise on CBRN incident

生效日期 
4 Oct2018

程度 
Introductory
課程篇幅 
1 Lecture
建議學習時數 
1 hour of self-study per lecture
學科 
Disaster Medicine
語言 
只供英文
Training certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of this course.
CME/CPD accreditation is available for this course..
free-course
This is a free course.
HKJCPDRI / HKU

Dr. L.P. Leung

Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine Unit, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Dr. K.L. Fan

Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine Unit, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Mr Abel Lau

Tutor, Emergency Medicine Unit, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong