Modeled after the Committee for Tactical Combat Casualty Care, C-TECC is comprised of a broad range of interagency operational and academic leaders in the practice of high threat medicine and fire/rescue from across the nation, including members from emergency medicine, emergency medical services, police, fire, and the military special operations community. It is the responsibility of C-TECC to maintain and update the TECC guidelines, incorporating new information and technology and reflecting the best evidenced-based medicine principles.

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History

Founded in 1987, the Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) is the only medical association in the world that brings together the unique blend of pre-hospital, tactical, wilderness, austere, disaster and deployed medicine. Our primary goal is to advance the art and science of special operations medical care through the education and professional development of special operations medical providers. SOMA provides a forum for military and civilian medical providers, academia and industry from around the world to meet and exchange ideas in our Scientific Assembly, through our official publication, the Journal of Special Operations Medicine (JSOM), and our Mini-SOMA Conferences. SOMA advances the science, technology and skills of unconventional medicine.

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Tactical Emergency Casualty Care - First Responder - An all day medical class covering the 3 phases of TECC; Direct Threat Care, Indirect Threat Care, Evacuation Care. 

Course will be hosted by International Defense Organization, 9703 South Dixie Highway, #16, Miami, Fl 33156

Register for October 30th class.

 

 

Our Tactical Emergency Casualty Care - DIRECT THREAT / HOT ZONE CARE class turns out to be an amazing eye opener for everyone that attends. We discuss information that will help you prepare for the events leading up to a traumatic event whether natural or man made.

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Class information coming soon
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