Human Performance in Combat Casualty Care, or HPCCC is a foundational organic CTOMS program with unique and exclusive content. This course is highly recommended for all CTOMS students. This course was originally created in 2007 to prepare Medical Technician students on pre-deployment training for Afghanistan on how to cope with what can often be the debilitating effects of combat and combat casualties. This program has evolved to offer all levels of tactical care providers with human performance enhancing tools.
HPCCC is comprised of two video series. Part 1 is a series of 5 videos that focusses on situational awareness and the decision-making process. Part 2 is a series of seven videos that focusses on stress and performance. This course provides valuable knowledge and tools to create the right mindset and set the stage for optimizing learning and field performance in the management of complex trauma casualties, in chaotic tactical environments.
Highly Recommended (critical to understanding content):
- MET-C0002 Legal Aspects of Tactical Medicine
Recommended (may clarify content):
- MET-C0005 Critical Thinking
Human Performance in Combat Casualty Care