|Algorithm directed troop medical care|
|Common task training|
|Cultural briefing (Iraq, Afghanistan, other theaters)|
|Damage control resuscitation and surgery|
|Deployment medicine: Individual and unit readiness|
|Deployment medicine: Movement and sustainment|
|Disaster medicine and humanitarian aid|
|Echelons of medical care|
|Introduction to clinic command|
|Military medical ethics - interrogations|
|Population health in the deployed setting (country specific)|
|Pregnancy in the military|
|Professional development and career progression|
|Standards of medical fitness, the military physical, profile, and medical board|
|Tactical combat casualty care|
Other links to operational medicine resources:
The USAISR is actually composed of health care members from all services and focuses on research directly applicable to the field environment. On their site, you'll find links to current Tactical Combat Casuality Care recommendations, Clinical Practice Guidelines pertinent to the care of the trauma victim, and links to additonal trauma sites.
Borden Institute (Textbooks of Military Medicine)
The Borden Institute publishes the Textbooks of Military Medicine, a series of books dealing with such diverse issues as preventive care in the deployed and underdeveloped environment through the care of chemical and biological casualties. The books are free and chapters can be downloaded as PDF files.
This essential resource is helpful for providers at all levels, and includes chapters on acute, chronic, ermergent, traumatic, and preventive health issues. If you are stranded in an unhospitable place without any other medical reference, this might be the one you want to have in your cargo pocket. This link takes you to a page where you can comparison shop and find one of your own.
DMRTI puts on year round classes for military providers in a host of combat related areas. Offerings include ATLS, burn courses, Emergency War Surgery and more and are often centrally funded.
United States Army Public Health Command (aka CHPPM)
Formerly known as CHPPM, this site has a tremendous repository of preventive medicine and public health information, including medical threat briefs for many of the places service members go. Want to know how to ensure potable drinking water--you've found your spot.
This site has information on a range of topics, from travel health and endemic disease to emergency preparedness and response. There is a robust section on natural and manmade disasters, including recommendations for health providers.
The WHO tracks morbidity and mortality across the globe, and has published a variety of field manuals to help those working in challenging disaster/humanitarian assistance circumstances. They also have publications on endemic diseases and traveler health.
USAID is the agency by which the United States partners with underdeveloped countries, lending assistance with food, economic and health development. They have a publications to to help with disaster recovery and general humanitarian assistance.