The Diving Event AIM form was created to be used by Undersea Medical Officers and dive corpsmen to be used during the initial evaluation and subsequent follow up after a dive incident. This form may also be reviewed and utilized by Primary Care Managers during routine appointments.
Dive Event Training Slides
*Intended for classroom use
Dive Event User Guide
*Intended for individual use
Dive Event Paper Backup
Dive Event Recent Changes
- Added clue to ROS that states “**May be self-reported or endorsed by significant other or peer who knows patient well enough to report subtle changes in personality or thought process.”
The Diving Event AIM form was created to be used by Undersea Medical Officers and dive corpsmen to be used during the initial evaluation and subsequent follow up after a dive incident.
It allows for comprehensive data collection to better care for the diver and standardize the information gathered across platforms and locations. It was developed with input from Undersea Medical Officers and Senior Providers within the dive community to provide a single template that can be utilized from initial visit through 72-hour follow up. The information gathered will be helpful to identify trends that impact the health of our divers and as such, the quality of the information provided will impact the quality of care provided now and in the future. Several features that are unique to this form will streamline care to the patient. These include multiple vital signs fields that allow for documentation of re-evaluation during a single encounter and embedded MoCA and MACE 2 forms that can be printed for testing.
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