01 Jun NO-FEAR policy briefs: SCENE SAFER, bringing public health and crisis management closer, and more
NO-FEAR is proud to announce its new policy briefs. The first NO-FEAR policy brief – SCENE SAFER outlines the SCENE SAFER concept for helping Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel evaluate scene safety. This will be of great interest to practitioners and authorities concerned with safe and effective medical interventions during emergencies.
The second NO-FEAR policy brief – BRINGING PUBLIC HEALTH AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT CLOSER highlights the importance of bringing public health and crisis management closer together, building on the lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic when imperfections in this coordination became very evident. It offers concrete recommendations in anticipation of the next crisis.
Both policy briefs are available here, and promote the results of the NO-FEAR project practically and accessibly.
We have since published the full set, and you can read all eight NO-FEAR policy briefs here anytime.