The NIFAS MIRA
Course – Medicine in Remote Areas Programme has been designed for a range of people from Close Protection Officers, Film Crew, Overseas Mission Groups or anyone working as an advanced Responder with Remote Medicine Training. The MIRA course is Certified and Endorsed
by the Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care, Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, it is designed for medics working in the oil/gas industry, the media industry, expedition and exploration personnel, medical support for disaster relief and humanitarian organisations, mountain rescue, and search and rescue personnel.
We have our own indoor training environment – Crash Area with two car for Extraction training using KEDs and Longboards, Trauma Stations to complete your IV training, Airway Management, Fast 1 IO device, Chest Trauma and Trauma Assessment Procedures. We use only the top of the range Training Mannequin Megacode Kelly and much more to give you the best training.
Price - Per Person
£995 PER PERSON
Price is exclusive of Vat
How to Book With Us
We accept credit / debit cards, Paypal, Purchase Orders, Bank Transfer and Cash Payments. Payment is required to secure your place. Phone bookings please call 028 9442 8027
We run courses every month in Antrim and Belfast. Please check out the dates on this page.
Learners will receive a 3 Year Certified in Medicine in Remote Areas Endorsed by the Royal College of Surgeons.
We can arrange a private course for you at our training centre in Antrim or we can deliver it at your premises internationally.
Who Should Attend This Course
Candidates must have already completed and FPOSI or Equiv.
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- Management of injuries from road traffic collisions
- Management of injuries from ballistics
- Management of injuries from violent assaults
- Oxygen therapy
- Intermediate and advanced airway management
- Surgical Airways
- Life threatening chest injuries and management
- Needle decompression
- Circulatory system and Haemorrhage control
- Spinal injury and immobilisation
- Shock and fluid replacement (I.V & I.O)
- Head injuries
- Medical emergencies
- Environmental illnesses
- Remote area and prolonged patient care