The Operational Medicine Committee is responsible for promoting standardization of medical practice by:
- Identifying, researching, and providing practical international solutions to improve military medicine
- Planning, organizing, and sharing practical solutions through the continued education process
- Planning, organizing and delivering the CIOMR Combat Casualty Care Competition (3C Comp).
|NEW EDUCATIONAL TOOL AVAILABLE !Every year CIOMR runs a Combat Casualty Care (3C) Competition testing Self Aid / Buddy Aid skillsFor that purpose it has developed a standard, “Field First Aid”, together with Flow Charts and a Summary (downloadable from this website)Those documents are revised every 6 months and updated when necessary. They describe what is generally accepted in military medical care, following JSP 570 (UK) and TCCC Guidelines (US).CIOMR now offers an educational tool that “talks you through” the process of delivering combat casualty care, with videos showing essential techniquesThe tool will help you preparing for the 3C Competition, but more importantly, it will help you acquiring the skills for delivering high quality Self Aid / Buddy Aid in the field>>>>>>>>>> download tool now (ppt; 153 MB)<<<<<<<<<<
First Aid Manual (“Field First Aid”)
2nd Edition; Version 2015
This edition will be the standard used for the WASHINGTON Competition.
First Aid Summary
First Aid Flowcharts
CIOMR “Aide Memoire for Medical Personnel”
This booklet has been updated in accordance with the latest BATLS and TCCC data. It is aimed at military medical personnel, and is not to be used in preparaton for the Combat Casualty Care (3C) Competition. For that purpose you are referred to the CIOMR Publication “Field First Aid” (see above).
1st Edition; Version 2013
CIOMR “CBRN all Military Personnel”
This booklet is aimed at military personnel. For medical personnel you are referred to the CIOMR Publication “CBRN military medical personnel” (see below).
CIOMR “CBRN Military Medical Personnel”
Instructions for printing and assembling: 1-up format: print single- or double-sided 2-up format: print double-sided (landscape), fold vertically in the middle, assemble, staple 4-up format: print double-sided (letter), fold horizontally in the middle, cut, assemble, fold vertically in the middle, staple.