VN officers, nurses train on first aid, trauma care

11:33 | 01/11/2017
HÀ NỘI  – The Việt Nam Peacekeeping Centre has coordinated with Military Hospital 175 and partners from Australia and the US to open a training course on first aid by air and trauma care for officers and nurses at the second-level field hospital. 
The Việt Nam Peacekeeping Centre has coordinated with Military Hospital 175 and partners from Australia and the US to open a training course on first aid by air and trauma care for officers and nurses at the second-level field hospital. - Photo daidoanket.vn

Australian experts shared experience in first aid by air of the UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan and instructed trainees to practise a flight to improve their capacity in the field.

Meanwhile, US specialists will provide guidance on trauma care.

After completing the course from October 30-November 5, the trainees will take an exam to get the International Trauma Life Support (ITLS) certificate and prepare to join the UN peacekeeping mission. 

Việt Nam’s first field hospital team is set to join the United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan in 2018.

VNA

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