Arran Immediate MedicalCare: Aspiring to Response and Effectiveness
Email               Group               Liaison              Meetings               Team             Workshops            ...
Setting the scene• NOT major incident planning• IS response to appetite for group working• NOT one-off sort-it-all meeting...
MajorIntegration           Teamwork &                                                  Incident                      colla...
Core Principles•   Cost neutral•   “Can do” attitude•   Work within existing framework•   Ownership of group remains local
Anticipated Outcomes• Improved dialogue between teams  – First name terms• Shared problem solving• Awareness of capabiliti...
MajorIntegration           Teamwork &                                                  Incident                      colla...
Local MembershipStatutory           Voluntary• Ambulance         • Coastguard• Fire & Rescue     • First Responders• Polic...
Regional Membership• Operations Unit, Strathclyde Fire & Rescue• Clyde Coastguard• NHS A&A Civil Protection Unit
Components of Arran Resilience
Arran Resilience Google Group
Monthly liaison meetings•   Team profiles (2 minutes each)•   Multiple incident responses•   Tour of base•   Table-top exe...
Profiles – what information?•   Activation details•   Contacts – emergency and admin•   Locations & Personnel•   Team Skil...
Resilience Workshops• 8 workshops by April      7.00   Intro• Approx 20 per workshop    7.15   CPR/Triage Demo      = 4 pl...
BLS training
SimBaby and Monitor
Multiple incident scenariosScenario 1: May Saturday: Force 2, good visibility2100: Fire reported in World Centre on Holy i...
Challenges• Need to maintain local direction• I am in post until August• Sustainability• Expect (and rationalise) issues w...
davidrhogg@gmail.comGP Rural Fellow 2010/11 Brodick Health Centre
Arran Resilience - What's it about?
Arran Resilience - What's it about?
Arran Resilience - What's it about?
Arran Resilience - What's it about?
Arran Resilience - What's it about?
Arran Resilience - What's it about?
Arran Resilience - What's it about?
Arran Resilience - What's it about?
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  1. 1. Arran Immediate MedicalCare: Aspiring to Response and Effectiveness
  2. 2. Email Group Liaison Meetings Team Workshops EMDC linkBASICS GPresponse Equipment and training Skills UnitSimulation visit Training ??exercise
  3. 3. Setting the scene• NOT major incident planning• IS response to appetite for group working• NOT one-off sort-it-all meeting• IS step towards more multi-agency training/dialogue• NOT to replace current team arrangements• IS to say “what do we have”?
  4. 4. MajorIntegration Teamwork & Incident collaboration Multiple Incident Skills Planning Pre-hospital Care Equipment Leadership & common purpose Training Communication Clinical Governance
  5. 5. Core Principles• Cost neutral• “Can do” attitude• Work within existing framework• Ownership of group remains local
  6. 6. Anticipated Outcomes• Improved dialogue between teams – First name terms• Shared problem solving• Awareness of capabilities on island• Integration between statutory and voluntary teams
  7. 7. MajorIntegration Teamwork & Incident collaboration Multiple Incident Skills Planning Pre-hospital Care Equipment Leadership & common purpose Training Communication Clinical Governance
  8. 8. Local MembershipStatutory Voluntary• Ambulance • Coastguard• Fire & Rescue • First Responders• Police • Mountain Rescue• Hospital • RNLI• GPs incl BASICS
  9. 9. Regional Membership• Operations Unit, Strathclyde Fire & Rescue• Clyde Coastguard• NHS A&A Civil Protection Unit
  10. 10. Components of Arran Resilience
  11. 11. Arran Resilience Google Group
  12. 12. Monthly liaison meetings• Team profiles (2 minutes each)• Multiple incident responses• Tour of base• Table-top exercises (usually 2)• Debrief and future plans• Guaranteed home time
  13. 13. Profiles – what information?• Activation details• Contacts – emergency and admin• Locations & Personnel• Team Skills and Core Activities• Triage Awareness• Equipment – casualty care, comms and vehicles• Training planned and training needs
  14. 14. Resilience Workshops• 8 workshops by April 7.00 Intro• Approx 20 per workshop 7.15 CPR/Triage Demo = 4 places per team 7.30 CPR/Triage Practice• Up to 120 attendees 8.00 Tour of base• Multiple venues 8.30 Scenario-based learning• Opt-in 9.30 Feedback & Close
  15. 15. BLS training
  16. 16. SimBaby and Monitor
  17. 17. Multiple incident scenariosScenario 1: May Saturday: Force 2, good visibility2100: Fire reported in World Centre on Holy isle. 3 peoplewith breathing difficulties (smoke inhalation). R177 busy inArrochar with continuing SAR mission. No other helicoptertransport available.2200: Youth sailing group doing some night sailing, approx300yds off Sannox (from Coastguard calculated-GPSposition). 14yo boy overboard reported, unclear location.2230: Pirnmill - 32yo with acute asthma attack, unable tocomplete sentences.
  18. 18. Challenges• Need to maintain local direction• I am in post until August• Sustainability• Expect (and rationalise) issues with indemnity & rules• Skill decay• Mainland awareness
  19. 19. davidrhogg@gmail.comGP Rural Fellow 2010/11 Brodick Health Centre

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