​Trainee Review

 

What our trainees say about the course:

 

 

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Dr. Abdulrazig Salaheldin Hummaida Public Health Physician, Emergency Preparedness and Response Department

"Emergo Train is an excellent tool to train emergency management professionals on disaster response. It provides a platform for discussing planning and response efforts in needed detail, without the huge cost of full scale exercises. Al Ain Hospital team was inspirational, and I look forward to using the Emergo Train system to train professionals in Qatar and beyond."

 

 

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Dr. Walid Osman, Public Health Physician, Emergency Preparedness and Response Department

​"I almost lost my chance to attend Emergo Train; lucky that I didn't.

The tool itself is a creative way of organizing and evaluating our responses to emergencies. Coupled with the dedicated talented team from Al-Ain Hospital, the training was one of the most enjoyable and informative trainings that I ever attended. I advise all the emergency response personnel and managers to take the nearest chance to attend this training. "

 

 

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​Rose-Ann Majella Hooper Chief Nursing Officer Al Ain Hospital

The training, hands on was a very good experience. It provided opportunities to critically think when it comes to disaster management. It provided steps in the process from relocation of patients on the scene, medical assessment, transport to hospital, triage through ED, internal process if needed operating room surgery time, to admission to critical area, nursing care and discharge of patients. This is effective for any disaster but particularly care of chemically contaminated patients.The system was easy to follow, provided management cards for patients for the clinical team to review and assess. The team provided all the training material for the exercise. It was also good to interact with others who were not clinical and the understanding of each role relevant to the decision making process in these highly charge situations.It gives insight into the disaster possibilities and preparedness for such events. It was very useful training that strengthened my knowledge in disaster management."