“The only way to affect more patients than by your hands alone is through the hands of other medics.”
- Next Gen Shorts: Is physical exertion after whole blood donation safe?
- Medic Professional Development Program
- Next Gen Shorts: does the use of ketamine in suspected TBI increase mortality?
- Next Gen Shorts: Is palpable radial pulse a good estimate for systolic blood pressure?
- Where do anecdotes fit into evidenced based medicine?
- Malaria: A Scientific Introduction
- SOF PROVIDER COVID-19 RESPONSE
- How to Get Free Medical Resources Through AMEDD Virtual Library
- Pelvic Binders in Trauma Resuscitation
- 14 Medical Lessons Learned from The Battle of the Black Sea that are Still True Today
What is the purpose of NGCM?
Providing Free Online Access to Medical Education (#FOAMed) resources for perpetual learning, discussion and camaraderie for “Doc”, with a focus on Combat / Pre-Hospital / Austere / Tactical / Field Medicine, with clinical medicine sprinkled in. We encourage healthy skepticism, humility, and evidence-based medicine (EBM). Please let us know if you feel something posted here is incorrect so we can address it. As a growing website, we encourage you to send in resources you think other medics could benefit from. The intent of “Next Generation Combat Medic” is not only to train the next generation but to always strive to be next generation medic that will save more lives. Drop the ego and the outdated medicine so our patients can benefit.
Who is behind NGCM?
We are a group of military medical professionals, including active duty Army combat medics, flight medics, special operations and special forces medics, and providers. We work on this project with our spare time, for free, to disseminate up to date medicine. The focus is not on us, but rather on all medics in the career field. We believe our resumes are not as important as practicing evidence-based medicine when applicable. We do not sell or endorse products, but rather promote technique with training quality and frequency.
How do I participate?
Our mission is to promote excellence in operational medicine through the dissemination of evidence-based, peer-reviewed clinical information, original research, discussion of relevant and controversial professional issues, and adherence to the standards of journalistic integrity and excellence. You can help!
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The opinions or assertions contained herein are the private views of the authors and are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of the Department of Defense, any component service, or other places of employment or affiliations.