Who should attend?
Are you involved in prehospital emergency care? Do you want to refine your patient care approach and serve your pre-hospital patients better? Do you need to brush up on your Trauma Skills? Then this course is for you!!
We cater to all levels of EMS providers, from First Responders to Emergency Consultants and Anaesthetist's. No one will walk away from this course not having gained some exciting, cutting-edge knowledge and experiences.
As this course is aimed at already qualified emergency care personnel (Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, EMTs etc), we do require you to have at least a state-recognised First Responder Qualification in your country e.g. FREC3, FPOS-I or similar
What do I need to bring?
Comfortable clothes and an open mind is all you need. If you would prefer, you are welcome to bring your own stethoscope.
Locations vary but the Hotels / Resorts are always located in Central Europe with good flight & public transport connections
4 days (9am - 5pm).Refreshments (Tea / Coffee / Water) and a light lunch is included in the course price.
Are there Exams?
There are no examinations or assessments and delegates are allowed to absorb knowledge at their own pace and skill level
Accommodation & Meals
We can provide onsite accommodation, either in a single room or shared with a course delegate of same gender.
Breakfast is included however Dinner will be for your own account at one of the many great restaurants within walking distance.
Check-in is the day before the course start date (from 3pm onwards) and check-out is the morning after the course ends (5 nights). Of course you are welcome to source your own accommodation should you wish to do so.
Topics & skills are covered in a progressive and innovative way born of real-world experience and include but are not limited to:
Demystifying pre-hospital care
Universal prehospital patient care approach (Sinai System)
Scene management in non-permissive environments
Catastrophic haemorrhage control (an old-new approach)
Innovative spinal management
Difficult airways (alternate positioning & cricothyrodotomy)
Rapid Sequence Induction (RSI) (preparation, failure drills and when not to)
Needle chest decompression made easy
Novel splinting techniques