The licensed medical professional who serves as the medical director for the athletic department and oversees care of all athletes provided by the department athletic trainers places his/her name in the section below to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Head Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Head Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Assistant Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Assistant Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Assistant Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Assistant Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

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This is the individual responsible for organization of all security operations and personnel for all venues.

Designated phone number to alert security that the EAP has been activated and that an ambulance is en route to the rendezvous location.

Designated phone number to alert security that the EAP has been activated and that an ambulance is en route to the rendezvous location.

Designated phone number to alert security that the EAP has been activated and that an ambulance is en route to the rendezvous location.

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This should be the athletic trainer who will be the B-Man in your Critical Care Triangle

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What radio call will you broadcast to let medical team members know there is an injury?

What radio call will you use to indicate that the injured player does not require additional medical team aid?

What signal will you use to indicate the a down athlete does not require additional aid?

What hand signal will you use to indicate that medical team assistance that does not involve EMS is required?

This is your radio call word or phrase for a CRITICALLY injured athlete.

This is the hand signal that you will use in conjunction with your radio call when an athlete is CRITICALLY injured.

This is the word or phrase you will use to summon help for an athlete that is injured, but not critically.

This is the hand signal used in conjunction with your radio call to summon help to care for an athlete that is not critically injured.

When repositioning an athlete from prone to supine does your medical team prefer the CONTINUOUS LOG ROLL PUSH, or PERPENDICULAR PAUSE LOG ROLL PUSH? Cut and paste the appropriate answer in the text field. For an explanation of each, please see your comprehensive document.

What is your medical team's preferred method for transferring an injured athlete to a long spine board? Enter "CONTINUOUS LOG ROLL PUSH, PERPENDICULAR PAUSE LOG ROLL PUSH, FLAT-LIFT, or SCOOP STRETCHER. See your comprehensive document for details.

Please copy and paste the appropriate CAPITALIZED approach in the text field. See your comprehensive document for details. Generally, when preparing to evacuate a stable injured player from the field does your medical team prefer to 1) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVED, 2) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVED and SHOULDER PADS CUT to expose the chest, or 3) with the athlete TRAUMA NAKED?

Please copy and paste the appropriate CAPITALIZED approach in the text field pertaining to an injured athlete presenting with neurological signs and symptoms. See your comprehensive document for details. Generally, when preparing to evacuate a stable injured player from the field does your medical team prefer to 1) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVED, 2) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVED and SHOULDER PADS CUT to expose the chest, or 3) with the athlete TRAUMA NAKED?

Generally, when preparing to evacuate an unstable injured player from the field does your medical team prefer to 1) Package with face mask removed, 2) Package with face mask removed and shoulder pads cut to expose the chest, or 3) Remove all equipment prior to evacuation. Please copy and paste the appropriate answer in the text field. See your comprehensive document for details.

When airway management is indicated does your medical team prefer initial FACE MASK REMOVED, HELMET REMOVED, or ATHLETE TRAUMA NAKED?

When advanced airway placement is indicated does your AMP or Paramedic prefer to be HEAD or SIDE of the athlete?

Generally, does your team prefer FACE MASK REMOVAL or HELMET REMOVAL or TRAUMA NAKED when accessing the airway of an unstable athlete that is not breathing, but has a pulse?

Please copy and paste one of the following into the text field above. If other,please type in using a similar format. See Comprehensive Document for details. 1. BVM - Adjunct - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L - RSI 2. BVM - Adjunct - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L 3. BVM - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L - RSI 4. BVM - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L 5. BVM - ETT - Video-L - RSI 6. BVM - ETT - Video-L

When preparing to evacuate an athlete from the field do you prefer to remove equipment BEFORE or AFTER transfer to rigid support?

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES or TRAUMA NAKED. Please refer to your comprehensive document for details.

Which best practice technique does your medical team prefer when removing protective athletic equipment or uniforms from an injured athlete? Enter "SUPINE-SLIDE" or "TORSO-LIFT" See Equipment Removal Techniques in the Safe Handling section of your Comprehensive Document.

ON-FIELD or IN EVACUATION ZONE or IN RIG or IN ER

Identify the individual who will be responsible for leading the medical team during management of a critical injury.

Identify the individual who will be responsible for leading the medical team during management of a critical injury.

This is the venue's specific security contact.

Where will an injured athlete be taken from the field for further assessment and preparation for loading into the ambulance? Enter description in CAPITAL LETTERS.

Identify a suitable Level I or Level II trauma center to which medical, cardiac and/or surgical emergencies shall be transported

Identify the individual who will be responsible for leading the medical team during management of a critical injury.

Identify the individual who will be responsible for leading the medical team during management of a critical injury.

This is the venue's specific security contact.

Where will an injured athlete be taken from the field for further assessment and preparation for loading into the ambulance? Enter description in CAPITAL LETTERS.

Identify a suitable Level I or Level II trauma center to which medical, cardiac and/or surgical emergencies shall be transported

Identify the medical personnel who will initially respond to a down athlete. The first person listed should be designated as the individual who assume a position at the athletes head. The second and third person listed should be those assuming positions at the athlete's shoulders.

Identify the individual who will be responsible for leading the medical team during management of a critical injury.

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Acceptable AMPS must be credentialed at a Level I or Level II trauma center where (s)he performs a minimum of eight intubations and airway management in a trauma resuscitation environment annually. Assigned AMPs should also: 1) be credentials at EAP-designated trauma center; 2) demonstrate competency in performing airway management via rapid-sequence intubation, laryngeal mask airway, and/or video laryngoscopy; 3) demonstrate proficiency in performing intubations with the patient on the ground and on a stretcher in a field environment; 4) be experienced in using capnometry post-intubation or airway control, including maintaining eucapnia in head-injured patients.

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Acceptable AMPS must be credentialed at a Level I or Level II trauma center where (s)he performs a minimum of eight intubations and airway management in a trauma resuscitation environment annually. Assigned AMPs should also: 1) be credentials at EAP-designated trauma center; 2) demonstrate competency in performing airway management via rapid-sequence intubation, laryngeal mask airway, and/or video laryngoscopy; 3) demonstrate proficiency in performing intubations with the patient on the ground and on a stretcher in a field environment; 4) be experienced in using capnometry post-intubation or airway control, including maintaining eucapnia in head-injured patients.

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Your image file must be 300 x 300 pixels

Your image file must be 300 x 300 pixels

Your image file must be 300 x 300 pixels

Your image file must be 300 x 300 pixels

Your image file must be 300 x 300 pixels

Your image file must be 300 x 300 pixels

Your image file must be 300 x 300 pixels

Where will an injured athlete be taken from the field for further assessment and preparation for loading into the ambulance? Enter description in CAPITAL LETTERS.

Identify a suitable Level I or Level II trauma center to which medical, cardiac and/or surgical emergencies shall be transported

Enter the name(s) of athletes with any preexisting medical conditions that may predispose them to injury/illness requiring specific care.

Enter the athlete's jersey number for easier on-field recognition.

Provide a brief description of the athlete's condition, special care instructions, and medications that should be accounted for prior to participation.

Enter the name(s) of athletes with any preexisting medical conditions that may predispose them to injury/illness requiring specific care.

Enter the athlete's jersey number for easier on-field recognition.

Provide a brief description of the athlete's condition, special care instructions, and medications that should be accounted for prior to participation.

Enter the name(s) of athletes with any preexisting medical conditions that may predispose them to injury/illness requiring specific care.

Enter the athlete's jersey number for easier on-field recognition.

Provide a brief description of the athlete's condition, special care instructions, and medications that should be accounted for prior to participation.

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Basic Life-Support, Advanced Life-Support, On-Call?

Please copy and paste the appropriate CAPITALIZED approach in the text field. See your comprehensive document for details. Generally, when preparing to evacuate a stable injured player from the field does your medical team prefer to 1) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVED, 2) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVAL and SHOULDER PADS CUT to expose the chest, or 3) with the athlete TRAUMA NAKED?

Please copy and paste the appropriate CAPITALIZED approach in the text field pertaining to an injured athlete presenting with neurological signs and symptoms. See your comprehensive document for details. Generally, when preparing to evacuate a stable injured player from the field does your medical team prefer to 1) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVED, 2) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVAL and SHOULDER PADS CUT to expose the chest, or 3) with the athlete TRAUMA NAKED?

Generally, when preparing to evacuate an unstable injured player from the field does your medical team prefer to 1) Package with face mask removed, 2) Package with face mask removed and shoulder pads cut to expose the chest, or 3) Remove all equipment prior to evacuation. Please copy and paste the appropriate answer in the text field. See your comprehensive document for details.

Please copy and paste one of the following into the text field above. If other,please type in using a similar format. See Comprehensive Document for details. 1. BVM - Adjunct - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L - RSI 2. BVM - Adjunct - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L 3. BVM - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L - RSI 4. BVM - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L

When advanced airway placement is indicated does your AMP or Paramedic prefer to be HEAD or SIDE of the athlete?

When airway management is indicated does your medical team prefer initial FACE MASK REMOVED, HELMET REMOVED, or ATHLETE TRAUMA NAKED?

When preparing to evacuate an athlete from the field do you prefer to remove equipment BEFORE or AFTER transfer to rigid support?

Select ON-FIELD, IN TUNNEL, IN THE AMBULANCE, or IN THE ER. See your comprehensive document for details.

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