Date: 27th December 2014.

Time: 09:00 – 16:30

Location: Gulf Hotel, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain

Course Description:

The Emergency Medicine & Disaster Institute is pleased to announce the last event in 2014 the Disaster Preparedness Course (DPC). It is a one-day course that is mainly interactive with s small didactic part. It addresses core competencies and builds insight on preparedness practical concept. It aims at delivering a measurable outcome to participants.
• Updates on Ebola and its risk of causing disaster. • Analyze common problem and pitfalls that resulted from responding to recent disaster and discuss how to avoid them in the future. • Discuss the role of professional individuals in planning and responding to disasters. • Become familiar with the Disaster Response Structure. • How to lead your institute in being prepared for mass casualty incidents or disaster. • How to become reasonably and intellectually prepared and not scared
Core Competencies:
• Epidemiology and History of recent Disasters • Disaster Planning & Response • Disaster Organizational structure and Execution • Medical and general management strategies of mass casualties • Patterns of infectious and chemical related disaster. • Post disaster assessment and recovery • Pitfalls and barriers in disaster planning and response
Course Format: One or more of the following at a time:
• Group discussions of multiple case scenarios • Critical thinking and analysis • Table top exercises • Brief didactic lectures
Target Audience: Intended participants include but not limited to:
• Emergency Department: physicians, nurses & technicians • ICU & Operating Room: physicians, surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses • Residents, interns, medical students & prehospital professionals • Health care providers, administrators, public health personnel • Safety, Security and emergency managers are also encouraged to attend.
• Actual taught hours is 6 educational hours
Registration Fees:
• BD150 per candidate. Regster online now

Best Regards,

E M D I’s management

  • Emergency Medicine
  • Disaster Management
  • Medicine at all

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  • Safety & Security
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