Tag: training

UNM, Indian Health Service partner to tackle opioid abuse

UNM, Indian Health Service partner to tackle opioid abuse

By Luke Frank | May 23, 2016
The University of New Mexico and the Indian Health Service are teaming up to tackle opioid abuse among Native Americans using telehealth technology to share best practices in chronic pain management with health care providers.
'No ordinary day' for HSC faculty and staff taking part in disaster training

'No ordinary day' for HSC faculty and staff taking part in disaster training

By Luke Frank | May 19, 2015
More than 150 staffers from the UNM Health Sciences Center and UNM Hospitals visited Anniston, AL, last month to train for mass casualty incidents within the state. “The number and professional diversity of our Health Sciences Center people who attended this year’s training speak volumes to everyone’s sense of duty and responsibility in caring for our community in the event of a disaster,” says Robert Perry, UNM Hospitals’ emergency preparedness manager who organized the trip. “We can always be better prepared.”
Preparing for the worst

Preparing for the worst

By Dianne Anderson | April 04, 2014
New Mexico is now better prepared for a disaster, after more than 40 emergency responders completed a week of advanced training at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) in Anniston, Alabama.

UNMH to Conduct Closed Active Shooter Exercise

By Luke Frank | June 12, 2013

Friday Morning Drill to Spotlight Preparation, Response

WHAT - Closed active shooter exercise at UNM Hospital involving UNMH leadership, administration and security, as well as UNM Police Department and Albuquerque Police Department personnel.