This page will be updated with our latest survival medical classes and training show schedule. Be sure to read below for our course descriptions.
In addition to the many free lectures we give, we offer several different paid hands-on courses in survival medicine including suture/stapling classes and our NEW Medical Training Classes. Feel free to visit our booth at the events we’re attending, we would love to meet folks and answer any questions you might have!!
If you have an event you would like to invite us to attend, please contact us at DrBonesClass at aol. Thanks!
Complete Wound Care Class Description:
>>New Class: DENVER, CO on September 22, 2017 ( see below for description and sign up)
Learn how to provide complete wound care with hands-on suture training, as well as stapling with Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, medical preparedness experts from DoomandBloom.Net. Using a pig’s foot, they’ll show you how to assess a wound, apply antiseptic, insert the sutures, tie a proper instrument knot, cut the extra sutures and learn how to space the sutures for proper wound closure. Also, know how & when to use staples and, most importantly, learn when NOT to close a wound. Wound care is also discussed in detail! This course is designed for the non-medical professional and those medical personnel without suturing knowledge.
Sign up early as seating is limited to 20-28 students per class.
All Complete Wound Care with Suture/stapling classes are available for private instruction in your facility with a minimum of 30 students, plus other expenses, depending on the location in the U.S. contact us at dr bones podcast at aol dot com.
Includes: 1 pig’s foot, 4 instrument suture kit (you keep the instruments), nitrile gloves, two 2-0 nylon or 3-0 silk sutures (you keep one sterile unopened suture), and betadine wipes. Plus: A special laminated suturing instruction sheet to take home.
Bleeding Control Class, Hands-On Training
The Bleeding Control Class is meant to teach the non-medical professional basic and advanced concepts to control hemorrhaging in the injured victim. Different types and areas of wounds will be reviewed, along with some anatomy and physiology related to bleeding and injuries.
Techniques and steps to stop bleeding will be demonstrated and hands-on training for:
- donning gloves
- direct pressure
- tourniquets (CAT, SOF-T and SWAT)
- hemostatic dressings
- wound packing
- compression dressings
- chest seals and
- shock positioning
A special Waterproof Bleeding Control Instruction sheet and 1 Israeli Emergency Dressing, will be provided to each student as free gifts.
Advanced 8 hour Medical Survival Class Description:
NEW DATE: JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA on December 3, 2017
NEW DATE: TENNESSEE on OCTOBER 21, 2017
>>> see below for description and sign up<<
This course is designed to impart medical training class education (combined with some hands-on skills) to non-medical professionals. The class is about 8 hours long. Drinks, snacks and lunch is included.
The Advanced 8 hour Medical Survival classes are available for private instruction in your facility with a minimum of 25-30 students, plus other expenses, depending on the location in the U.S., contact us at dr bones podcast at aol dot com.
It includes medical training in:
- Patient history and physical exams
- Antibiotics in Survival
- Full: Bleeding Control Class: Management of hemorrhagic wounds
- Burn management
- Wound management
- Mass casualty triage
- Respiratory/GI infections
- Full: Complete Wound Care Class including: suturing and stapling hands-0n with pig’s feet
You will receive the following equipment for attending:
- 1 blood pressure cuff
- 1 stethoscope
- 1 suture kit
- 1 staple kit
- 1 Israeli battle dressing
- And more!
2017 Appearances and Class Schedules
$299.00 per student, spaces limited
*This Survival Medicine 8 Hour Training is being held after The NPS Expo (website here) in Jacksonville, which we will be attending with a booth and as the Medical Keynote Speakers.
Located at: Jacksonville Fairgrounds, 510 Fairgrounds Place
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Hours: Friday December 1, at 11a-7, and Saturday December 2, 2017 at 10a-7p