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Eric Weinstein – Profile

Eric WeinsteinDr. Eric Weinstein is an ABEM-certified community Emergency Physician with over twenty-five years of practice. During this time he has been active within the State of South Carolina in emergency departments, hospitals, and local and state committees to advance disaster medicine. Previous experience includes working as a Team Leader of the SC-1 DMAT and as the SC-1 US&R Medical Director. He was part of the team that developed the Model Uniform Core Criteria for Mass Casualty Triage and the SALT Mass Casualty Triage Algorithm.

Textbook work includes section editor and chapter author in Ciottone’s Disaster Medicine, Edition I and II, the Schwartz TEMS textbook, and the amputation chapter in Wolfson’s Orthopedics in Disasters textbook. In 2016, Dr. Weinstein earned his MSc in Disaster Medicine from the European Master of Disaster Medicine (EMDM) thru the Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale in Novara, Italy and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Brussels, Belgium.

Webinar Title: Mass Casualty Incident Triage & then Some!

The decisions to sort, assess, treat, and transport the many injured in one or several close locations after a sudden onset disaster is a challenge to balance resources in an ethical manner. The science is evolving to create an ideal system where there are basic fundamentals to concentrate when working with the actors involved to reach a common platform in context to base education, exercises, and set outcomes.

The webinar presentation will consist of the following objectives:

  1. Theory:
    1. Model Uniform Core Criteria “MUCC”
    2. Review of (most) Mass Casualty Triage Systems
  2. Science:
    1. Exercise Design and Evaluation
    2. Outcome Studies
  3. Practical:
    1. Planning Process
    2. Exercise Design and Evaluation
    3. Special Situation