COPENHAGEN

2 days / 15 talks

Awesome and great speakers

January 25-27
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Our Staff

We recognise that each and every one of our staff are a valuable asset in helping us achieve our vision of a modern medical service comparable to the statotary services. With this in mind, our uniformed staff are qualified to the highest standards in all the most up-to-date medical techniques.

Consultants

Senior doctor who has completed all of his or her specialist training and been placed on the specialist register in their chosen specialty

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Charge Nurses

The charge nurse or Nurse in Charge (NIC) is the nurse, usually assigned for a shift, who is responsible for the immediate functioning of the unit.

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Doctors

The duties of medical doctors include the examination of patients, diagnosis, prescriptions, minor operations and injury treatments, diseases and other ailments.

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ECPs

Emergency Care Practitioner (ECPs) are a new concept and generally come from three main areas being Paramedics, Nurses and Physiotherapists.

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Nurse Practitioners

Nurse Practitioners are Registered Nurses with additional education and training to graduate-level (Masters / Degree).

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Paramedics

Paramedics are registered through the HPC or the PHECC and are the next level of medic within the frontline Ambulance Service.

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Mental Health

Mental health nurses work with children, adults and older people suffering from various mental health conditions.

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Nurses

A nurse is a healthcare professional who, in collaboration with other members of a health care team, is responsible for a number of tasks.

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EMDs

An Emergency medical dispatcher is a professional telecommunicator, tasked with the gathering of information related to medical emergencies.

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Physios

Physiotherapists use an individual’s history and physical examination to arrive at a diagnosis and establish a management plan.

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EMTs

Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) are divided into two types. IHCD and non IHCD. Some companies / trusts call them Ambulance Technicians.

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ECAs

The training that an ECA receives varies and the role has only been active since 2006. It is an unregistered and unregulated title.

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First Aid

We uses a limited number of First Aiders and never on a frontline ambulance. We have found that they don’t offer value for money for the client.

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About workshops

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Moderators

One of the things that distinguishes ADAPT from other continuing professional programs is the quality of our online moderators.

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