Micro Radiation Emergency Medicine (MicroREM) REAC/TS course teaches treatment and care of patients involved in radiological or nuclear incidents

This virtual course is an abridged version of REAC/TS’ Radiation Emergency Medicine (REM) class. It focuses on the fundamentals of medical care and management of patients involved in radiological or nuclear incidents. Topics include basic radiation physics; radiation detection/measurement/identification; early evaluation and treatment of acute radiation syndrome (ARS), cutaneous injuries, and internal contamination; prehospital and hospital readiness; and patient decontamination.

The microREM course will consist of three consecutive days of four-hour blocks of instruction. At a later date, an optional hands-on workshop will be offered with morning or afternoon sessions in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where the principles learned are incorporated in a culminating hands-on exercise using live patients with mock injuries and transferable radioactive contamination.

Scheduled training dates

  • December 6-8 Register now
    Half-day workshops 1st or 2nd of February

  • April 11-13 – Registration opens 60 days prior to course
    Half-day workshops 18th or 19th of April

  • August 1-3 – Registration opens 60 days prior to course  
    Half-day workshops 8th or 9th of August

Fee

  • $200 - MicroREM course
  • $150 - Optional hands-on workshop

Credits

ORISE designates the MicroREM activity for a maximum of 9.75 ACCME AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. An additional 3 ACCME AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ will be awarded for the hands-on workshop.

Questions?

Contact the REAC/TS Education Coordinator if you have questions about courses available in Oak Ridge, or if you are interested in having a customized course delivered at your location.