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Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation (in-person) Course
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|Description of MEIR Course|
The Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation (MEIR) Course (in person) is post-graduate level instruction concerning the biomedical consequences of radiation exposure, how the effects can be reduced, and how to medically manage casualties. The training includes nuclear incidents that can occur on or off the battlefield and that go beyond nuclear weapons events. It covers thoroughly all four of the key subjects: health physics, biological effects of radiation, medical/health effects, and psychological effects.
Course length and location—The on-site course is 2.5-days and is taught throughout the year at major U.S. military bases throughout the United States and abroad.
Who should participate—The in-person MEIR Course provides valuable information for military medical personnel, including physicians, nurses, medical planners, and first responders.
|Course content—The postgraduate-level course addresses the following topics:
|How to register for the in-person MEIR Course|
|Registration for the in-person course is free for all military personnel and DOD civilians (i.e., those with a .mil email address). Non-DOD civilian medical personnel are required to pay a $200 registration fee.
To view the in-person MEIR Course FY2013 schedule and to register, CLICK HERE.
|Distributive Learning (online) MEIR Course—A 6-hour online MEIR course is available as a refresher for the Standard (in-person) MEIR Course. For more information about the online MEIR course, CLICK HERE.|
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