Acute Trauma in the Military: Lessons Relevant for Civilian Emergency Medicine

Acute Trauma in the Military: Lessons Relevant for Civilian Emergency Medicine

Acute Trauma in the Military: Lessons Relevant for Civilian Emergency Medicine


Dr. Kate Kemplin

Windsor Regional Hospital

Hailey Guertin

Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry

FUNDER: Schulich-UWindsor Opportunities for Research Excellence Program (SWORP)

GRANT DURATION: 2021-2022

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This project aims to analyze previously collected data from special forces medics’ emergency and trauma practices while deployed overseas. Medics operate in acute situations that require innovative solutions to maximize patient survival. The data will be analyzed to explore providers’ medical proficiency in order to find relevant connections that can be applied in civilian emergency medical settings to improve patient outcomes, discover methods to maximize resources and optimize government healthcare expenditures.

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