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Aug 21st 2017

At the global level, there are many countries marked by violence affecting health care. The 'Health care in danger' project aims to establish practical measures and recommendations that can be implemented on the ground by policy-makers, humanitarian organizations and health professionals. In view of the multiplicity of actors and latitudes concerned, it is essential to be able to make available the tools needed to make informed decisions, guide behaviour in high-risk areas and provide everyone the means to create and optimize the dialogue between humanitarian professionals and health on the one hand and relevant authorities or other armed actors.

Average: 6 (1 vote)
Mar 6th 2017

Learn to recognise & treat the commonest medical & minor trauma conditions affecting children with this short, free online course. This free, three-week online course will show you how to recognise and treat some of the commonest medical conditions that affect children.

Average: 5 (2 votes)
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CPR/BLS course covering adult, child, and infant procedures. The course includes choking protocols and the use of an AED.

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Up-to-date insight into pathophysiologic considerations, principles of diagnosis and treatment. Acute respiratory failure (ARF) is a medical emergency. Without appropriate care it may constitute a direct threat to patient’s life. That’s why it is extremely important to be proficient in timely recognition and adequate management of this critical condition.

Average: 5.6 (12 votes)
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The rights and responsibilities e-learning module is a web based educational tool designed to provide health care workers with an in depth explanation of their rights and responsibilities during armed conflicts and other emergencies. Developed by the International Committee of the Red Cross, it includes 7 chapters addressing specific issues or themes which health-care workers may face during crises in order to prepare them to respond effectively and ensure that they can provide the necessary care to their patients.

Average: 5.2 (5 votes)