The Royal College of Emergency Medicine is hosting a study day on the Medical Response in Humanitarian Disasters on March 5th, 2019. This study day will be of interest to healthcare workers involved in overseas projects and disaster response.
The key learning objectives of the day are:
Gain a better understanding of core humanitarian concepts and standards.
Appreciate the complexity and cross cutting skills sets in delivering health services in humanitarian emergencies.
Understand the role of Foreign Medical Teams.
Appreciate the importance of team – working and leadership skills in supporting humanitarian interventions.
Reflect on shared experiences of disaster response and implications on further professional development.