2nd TRNC Ambulance Rally and Emergency Services and First Aid Symposium
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Eastern Mediterranean University Faculty of Health Sciences and Turkish Emergency Medicine Association will be organising “2nd TRNC Ambulance Rally and Emergency Services First Aid Symposium”. The symposium will be taking place at Mustafa Afşin Ersoy Hall at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 28 May 2019 with the support of the Paramedics Association and Cyprus Turkish Paramedics.
During the three-day symposium, emergency medicine personnel will be discussing scientific issues and common problems. Following the opening speeches, the following presentations will take place: “Emergency Health Services in the TRNC”, “General State of Health Services”,“State of Emergency Services in Hospitals”, “122 Ambulance Services”, “Trauma”, ”First Approach to Trauma Patient“, “Nursing Approach in Trauma Patient”, “Communication in Emergency Health Services”, “Emergency Cases Panel 1”, “Approach to Dyspnea Patient” and “Approach to Stroke Patient“.
The symposium will continue on Wednesday, 29 May 2019 with the following presentations: “Heart Attack”, “Diagnosis in Heart Attack” , “Treatment of Heart Attack”, “Emergency Cases Panel 2”, “What is Triage? How is it applied?” and “Approach to Sepsis Patient”. The symposium will come to an end after an award ceremony.
TRNC 2nd Ambulance Rally on 27 May
Within the scope of the symposium, at 9:00 a.m. on 27 May 2019, 2nd TRNC Ambulance Rally will be held at EMU Health Sciences Faculty. Despite the fact that the word ‘rally’ reminds us of the teams speeding with their vehicles on roads, in the ambulance rally, the paramedics will compete against each other using their knowledge and intervention skills. In this competition, the teams will walk to the stations placed at certain points on the campus and intervene in the cases determined by the scenarios. The aim in the said competition is not to finish a task faster than others but to complete it without mistakes.
Courses will be Offered
In addition to the symposium, various courses will be offered at Faculty of Health Sciences. On 27 May 2019, courses on Triage and TYD/İKYD, on 28 May 2019, courses on EKG and vascular access through USG, and on 29 May, patient carrying and stabilisation courses will be offered to those interested. Further information on the courses and registration is available at 0533 844 48 99 or firstname.lastname@example.org.