68W/Combat Medic Refresh TCCC Training


Mar 11, 2024

I work for an augmented reality company(Augmntr) that has government contracts with the army.
One of these contracts includes a DHA sponsored project creating software as TCCC refresh training for combat medics.
The MEDIC program is seeking valuable insights to enhance the refresh training experience for combat medics through the use of augmented reality (AR).

Currently, the MEDIC program can track a soldier (injured or not) and overlay an AR avatar of a male or female subject, matching the pose that the subject is in. The avatar can then be stripped down to view different body systems and anatomy.

If you have a moment, there are two surveys (one short and one longer, with more videos and images) we have created to try and gain feedback to apply the TCCC training in digestible bits. You don't need to do both, but you are absolutely welcome to.

You can also feel free to contact us directly with additional feedback:
PO Box 736, Berthoud, CO 80513

Short: https://forms.office.com/r/ZzzamiJ7XY
Longer: https://forms.office.com/r/P9TR3gFHav

We greatly appreciate you and your time!

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The Medic’s Enhanced Diagnostic Imaging Companion (MEDIC) project, sponsored by the Defense Health Agency (DHA) under the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, began as a Phase I project awarded to Augmntr, an augmented reality company. Since its inception, the project has progressed through several phases, including Phase II, Phase II Enhancement, and Phase II Sequential.

In its latest phase, the project aims to integrate Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) refresh training into its software platform. The goal is to develop a user-friendly, mobile solution that allows medics to review any aspects of TCCC training they may lack confidence in. This integration would provide medics with easy access to essential training materials, enhancing their preparedness to handle combat casualties effectively.

The incorporation of TCCC refresh training into the MEDIC project underscores its commitment to advancing medical capabilities for military personnel. By leveraging technology and innovative approaches, the project seeks to empower medics with the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver timely and effective care in challenging environments.