FEATURE ARTICLES

The following is a collection of articles that have been written by the International School of Tactical Medicine faculty as well as other interesting articles on tactical medicine. The school had a 10 year history with the Heckler & Koch International Training Division and we have included these articles as well.

Over 50 articles from various medical and law enforcement publications...

JEMS Mar 2013 Date: Mar, 2013
Publication: JEMS
Title: Spinal Immobilization: Are We Going Over Board?
Author: Jim Morrissey, EMT-P READ ARTICLE
EMS World July 2011 Issue Date: July, 2011
Publication: EMS World
Title: EMS Response to Active Shooter Incidents
Author: Jim Morrissey, EMT-P READ ARTICLE
Tactical Weapons September 2010 Issue Date: September, 2010
Publication: Tactical Weapons
Title: Needle The Chest
Author: Lawrence Heiskell, M.D. READ ARTICLE
POLICE Magazine August 2010 Issue Date: August, 2010
Publication: POLICE Magazine
Title: Field Trauma Care for LEOs
Author: Sydney Vail, M.D., FACS READ ARTICLE
Bulletin - American College of Surgeons Date: February, 2010
Publication: Bulletin – American College of Surgeons
Title: To Serve and Protect: an Interview with a Surgeon-SWAT Cop
Author: Tony Peregrin READ ARTICLE
Kommando November December 2009 issue Date: November-December, 2009
Publication: Kommando
Title: SIG 55X STGW90
Author: Andrea Michelli READ ARTICLE
Maryland Sheriff Date: Winter 2009
Publication: Maryland Sheriff
Title: Deputy Gets Schooled in Tactical Medicine
Author: Corporal Jennifer Bailey READ ARTICLE
Law Enforcement Technology October 2009 Issue Date: October, 2009
Publication: Law Enforcement Technology
Title: Medics With Guns
Author: Sara Shreiber READ ARTICLE
Tactical Weapons September 2009 Issue Date: September, 2009
Publication: Tactical Weapons
Title: Seal a Sucking Chest Wound
Author: Lawrence Heiskell, M.D. READ ARTICLE
Tactical Weapons May 2009 Issue Date: May, 2009
Publication: Tactical Weapons
Title: Life Or Death Medical Alerts
Author: Sydney Vail, MD, FACS READ ARTICLE
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES

In cooperation with the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST), the California Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA), and the International School of Tactical Medicine (ISTM), we are proud to announce the approval of the first federally approved tactical medicine training program in the United States.

CA-024-RESP Tactical Medicine Course Module A

CA-025-RESP Tactical Medicine Course Module B

CA-055-RESP Law Enforcement Tactical Life Saver Course

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

The International School of Tactical Medicine, Modules A and B Courses, as well as the Tactical Life Saver course are approved by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Tactical Medicine Course Module A
CA-024-RESP

Tactical Medicine Course Module B
CA-025-RESP

Law Enforcement Tactical Life Saver Course
CA-055-RESP

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