A Critical Plan: Ensure Your Facility Is Prepared for Pediatric Mass Casualties

Mass casualty incidents (MCI’s) happen everywhere and challenge resources, whether in established trauma centers or remote general medicine facilities. UCSF pediatric emergency specialists and pediatric trauma surgeon, Chris Newton, MD, FACS, FAAP, explore how to develop a mass casualty plan that accounts for how children will be affected. This webinar offers both guidance and online tools for ensuring the best possible care for kids in tragic yet increasingly common events such as fires, earthquakes, and shootings.


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Christopher Newton MD, FACS, FAAP.

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Inder Narula, RN, MSN, FNP.

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Sonny Tat, MD MPH.

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