CBRNe Disaster & Incident Medical Management Course Ankara, Turkey -September 19/20 2023
in collaboration with University of Health Sciences CBRN Department Ankara, Turkey, CBRNe Security and Defense Observatory, University of Rome "Tor Vergata" Department of Electronic Engineering and UNIRSM University
The escalating prevalence of natural, incidental, and intentional CBRNe (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive) threats has underscored the crucial need to enhance risk analysis, preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery capabilities in the face of unconventional events or incidents. In response to this demand, we are pleased to announce a comprehensive training Course designed to equip participants with the essential knowledge and skills required for the effective management of CBRNe events at both regional and national levels. Moreover, the Course goes beyond theoretical learning, offering a unique practical exercise conducted at the CBRN Department of University of Health Sciences. This activity will provide trainees with hands-on experience and practical insights, ensuring their preparedness to handle real-life scenarios.
The Course is promoted by the European Centre for Disaster Medicine CEMEC, the University of Health Sciences - CBRN Department, Turkey, Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defence Italy, University of Rome “Tor Vergata” - Department of Electronic Engineering, Italy, and the State University of the Republic of San Marino - Center for Security Studies,
Activities will cover an extensive range of essential subjects related to CBRNe materials, prevention, protection measures, medical procedures, risk assessment, response to CBRNe events/incidents, and inter-agency coordination and communication. Throughout the Course, attendees will actively participate in discussions and interactive sessions, fostering a dynamic learning environment. To ensure a comprehensive training experience, CBRN exercise simulations will be conducted using EMS training manikins, PPEs, gas masks, along with a decontamination station.
This specialized Course is tailored to cater to emergency management personnel, emergency medical services, fire service personnel, governmental administrative staff, healthcare professionals, law enforcement personnel, armed forces, public health officials, public safety communications experts, and public works personnel. By attending this comprehensive training program and participating in the practical exercise at the state-of-the-art facilities of the CBRN Department at the University of Health Sciences, participants will be equipped with the necessary expertise to confidently handle CBRNe events and effectively collaborate with diverse agencies during crises.
Will be 2-day training with tech lectures & live exercises by international experts at CBRN Department of University of Health Sciences,
Directors: Prof. Levent Kenar (University of Health Sciences, Faculty Staff of CBRN Dept., Professor of CBRN Defence and Laboratory Medicine), Prof. Roberto Mugavero (President European Centre for Disaster Medicine - Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defence, Faculty staff University of the Republic of San Marino University of Rome “Tor Vergata” - DIE) Prof. Selçuk Kiliç (University of Health Sciences, head of CBRN Dept.)
Course Fee: 300 Euro. Payment via bank transfer. Coffee breaks and lunch included for both days of the Course.
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Successfully Completed the "CBRNe Disaster & Incident Medical Management" International Course
Great success for the "CBRNe Disaster & Incident Medical Management" Course, a training initiative that has equipped participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to address the complexities of medical management of chemical, biological and radiological/nuclear events. This comprehensive Course has not only provided individuals with theoretical insights but has also enriched their abilities through immersive practical exercises.
Promoted by the European Centre for Disaster Medicine, with the University of Health Sciences' CBRN Department in Turkey, the Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defence Italy, the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" - Department of Electronic Engineering, Italy, and the State University of the Republic of San Marino - Center for Security Studies, this Course has set new standards in medical CBRNe disaster management education.
The training spanned two enlightening days, September 19-20, 2023. Over this period, participants explored a multitude of crucial topics, from understanding the spectrum of unconventional threats to mastering medical procedures, risk assessment, response strategies, and inter-agency coordination. It was a dynamic learning environment where attendees actively engaged in discussions, interactive sessions, and practical exercises.
The Course's practical aspect was a highlight, offering participants a hands-on experience that is invaluable in preparing for actual emergencies. Trainees have been engaged in simulations using EMS advanced training manikins, Personal Protective Equipment, gas masks, and a decontamination station. This experiential learning approach has provided a sound and tangible level of confidence and competence.
Designed to provide to a diverse range of professionals, including emergency management personnel, emergency medical services, fire service personnel, government administrative staff, healthcare professionals, law enforcement personnel, armed forces, public health and public safety officials, communications experts, and public works personnel, this Course has already garnered acclaim for its inclusivity and relevance.
The agenda ensured a comprehensive learning journey, with day one focusing on CBRNe/WMD threats, on-site event management, biological agents and bioterrorism, chemical and radiological/nuclear threats, medical management of casualties, emergency toxicology, and emerging challenges. The second day featured hands-on training with personal protective equipment, gas mask safety tests, decontamination exercises, and medical scenario simulations, followed by tabletop simulation exercises and group presentations.
At the end of the Course, participants were presented with certificates of completion, marking their knowledge enhancement in the field of medical chemical, biological and radiological/nuclear response. The feedback survey revealed highly positive responses, with participants commending the instructors' expertise and the Course's practicality.