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Professional Assesment - Tag Bryn Shar

Posted Oct. 21, 2023, 2:13 p.m. by Commander Brad Walker (Chief Of Staff/Second Officer) (Brandon Irvine)

Posted by Lieutenant Bryn Shar (Head Nurse) in Professional Assesment - Tag Bryn Shar

Posted by Commander Brad Walker (Chief Of Staff/Second Officer) in Professional Assesment - Tag Bryn Shar

Posted by Lieutenant Bryn Shar (Head Nurse) in Professional Assesment - Tag Bryn Shar
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Brad stood just inside the turbolift stop on Deck 14, surveying the vast, empty expanse between his position and the entrance to the deck’s two transporter rooms.

=/\=Walker to Shar, please join me on Deck 14 as soon as practical.=/\=

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff

Bryn was just discharging an NEns who’d broken his finger and had been treated with a bone knitter for the last 15 minutes. As she gave him a nod and a wave, she tapped her com badge. =/\=Lt Shar to Cmdr Walker, I have the time now. I’ll be right there.=/\= After informing the nurse manning the front desk, Bryn left Sickbay and headed for the nearest turbolift.

A few moments later, she found Walker. “Yes, Sir, you wanted to see me?”

—Shar

Brad gave her an acknowledging nod. “Thank you for coming so quickly,” he said, slipping his PaDD back into his lab coat so he could give her his full attention.

Gesturing out to the empty space before them, he spoke once again.

“I’d like to get your input on the best way to run a drill to set this space up in the event of a mass casualty event.”

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff

“Hmmm,” Bryn thought as she turned a full 360 degrees to take in the space. “In that larger area over there, we should probably set up triage.” In the unlikely event of mass casualties, it was fair to say bodies would pile up if the area wasn’t big enough. Then it was possible to lose the order of who was next to surgery or treatment areas. There had to be enough room for the wounded, the medical staff and any extra help they commandeered from the rest of the ship, depending.

“We could set up a minor surgery here in the middle for cuts, burns and contusions—things that can be treated in a few minutes and over there, more serious cases where constant monitoring is necessary.” Looking over at Walker, she tried to gauge his response to her suggestions.

—Shar

He nodded. “And personnel-wise?” he asked. “Would it make more sense to do three separate drills with each shift, to make sure they know how to use this space, or wait until we’re docked somewhere and run an all-hands drill?”

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff


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