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CH Semur-en-Auxois

"Following the attacks, there was an awareness in hospitals of the need to train health professionals in "non-daily". Because we are certainly used to pre-hospital emergencies and emergencies, but we are not prepared for the massive arrival of victims. At this time, the decision-makers realized that the white plans were perhaps not adapted to what had been experienced during the attacks: the arrival at the emergency room of victims injured by weapons of war, the threats of terrorists. This is not the type of support that we usually know.
The advantage with this "attack" training from Emergensim is to benefit from the feedback of those who have lived through the attacks. It is always enriching for caregivers to discuss the difficulties related to the limits that others, on site, have encountered and the lessons they have learned from them. This allows you to compare yourself with other caregivers, who can share tips in order to change professional practices.
We are used in Smur, to carry out acts from A to Z in prehospital. With this training, we learn the interest of treating only to manage the emergency so to avoid death in order, then, to pass the baton to take care of the next patient. We learn these rescue gestures in the context of simulation sessions with a high-fidelity dummy allowing us to put into practice what we have seen in the workshop. The attacks have changed mentalities and now we are getting closer to military methods. It is imperative to train in the exceptional on a recurring basis to create habits and reflexes. I was really satisfied with this training. It is a personal and collective enrichment".

Formation followed : Emergency medicine and terrorism attack