EMERGENCY CARE: FROM PREVENTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT IN EVERYDAY AND EXCEPTIONAL SITUATIONS

  • Training structure

    Faculty of Pharmacy

Presentation

The advantages of the course

Suspended in 2021/2022

 

 

 

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Objectives

Training in emergency procedures for health professionals and, more generally, for citizens is a public health issue. The aim is to develop a safer living and working environment. This is part of a more general approach to risk management. Welcoming potentially seriously ill patients means accepting that they may decompensate. The health professional must therefore anticipate this risk, prepare for it and know how to trap his or her own errors.

The Certificate of Training in Emergency Care is compulsory for all health personnel in initial training registered in the table 4 of the health professions of which the Doctor of Pharmacy is part. It is delivered at the end of the training.

 

The pharmacist in a pharmacy is a visible and identifiable public health actor, which often makes him the first link in the chain of urgent care, a de facto actor in the permanence of care. He must therefore know how it works, alert as an informed professional, provide conservative and appropriate first aid while waiting for institutional help.

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Know-how and skills

  • Know the legal and professional obligations of the practitioner and his collaborators in an emergency situation.
  • identify an emergency situation, characterise it according to an assessment of vital risks.
  • pass on relevant information to the C15 to make the best use of it for the patient.
  • provide appropriate and effective care according to the risks, while waiting for professional help
  • To develop skills in handling urgent situations in a professional situation, alone or in a team.
  • Prepare to put in place risk assessment and management strategies (build up your own emergency kit, develop a reflex care sheet)
  • be part of an emergency chain (daily or exceptional emergencies - individual or collective)
  • communicating with the public, the professional environment and communities, in terms of prevention of accidents in everyday life and at work, and of health risks (epidemics)
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Organization

Programme

5 seminars of 2 days: 7h/day = 70 h

14/15 November 2016

05/06 December 2016

16/17 January 2017

06/07 February 2017

13/14 March 2017

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Admission

Conditions of access

Suspended in 2021/2022

Applications :

send your CV and cover letter to pharma.du@umontpellier.fr

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Target audience

Pharmacists

Pharmacy assistants

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Tuition fees

750 for initial training

1000 € in continuing education

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