Emergency Management of Battlefield Injuries (EMBI) Course (COE-MED-M4-001)
Course organized in cooperation with Ecole du Val-de-Grâce, Paris and the Hungarian Defence Forces Medical Centre, Budapest
Military Psychosocial Incident Management Course (MILMED COE M4-015)
The course is organized in cooperation with Centre for Mental Health, Military Hospital – Queen Astrid, Belgium, the course venue is located in Budapest.
The course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills for leaders to effectively start up and/or to manage psychosocial care in the aftermath of a minor or major casualty incident and to enable participants to achieve psychosocial awareness in a military multinational environment.
Medical Management of Infectious Diseases during Missions (Tropical Medicine) Course
To recognize and create awareness of the existence of tropical and infectious diseases and then to properly implement infection prevention control (IPC).
Major Incident Medical Management and Support (MIMMS) Course (COE-MED-M4-002)
To provide the knowledge and skills needed to effectively manage the scene of a major casualty incident in a military environment.
NATO Medical Staff Introduction Course (NMSIC)
The MILMED COE will organize the “NATO Medical Staff Introduction Course (NMSIC)” from 5-8 Dec 2017 in Budapest.
NATO Medical Evaluation (MEDEVAL) Course (COE-MED-M4-003)
To ensure validity, credibility and consistency in application of the NATO MEM tool during the evaluation process.
First Responder Trainers Symposium
To train the trainers (trainer candidates) on NATO regulation procedures regarding medical treatment and evacuation in a multinational environment. To promote interoperability and common understanding. To understand national techniques, procedures and equipment. To advise on education methodology. Exchange of national / multinational lessons (sharing best practice) in the field of first aid provision from NATO operational deployments.
NATO Patient Evacuation Coordination Cell (PECC) Course (COE-MED-M4-008)
Course organized in cooperation with the Centre for Operational Training and Exercise of the Bundeswehr Medical Service, Feldkirchen
To provide knowledge and exercise skills required to effectively work in a Patient Evacuation Coordination Cell (PECC) and to enable participants to achieve situational awareness in a multinational operational environment.
Military Medical Support in Humanitarian Arena (MMSHA) Course
Course organized in cooperation with the Führungsakademie der Bundeswehr, Hamburg
The course is designed to improve and professionalize the cooperation between the military and non-military command personnel in the arena of humanitarian assistance (HA), with special emphasis on medical issues. It is to give different command personnel involved a more profound understanding of the players’ framework conditions, capabilities and approaches so as to be able to organize HA in a more effective way.