04 Sep NO-FEAR’s First Demonstration Event takes place 22 November 2019
NO-FEAR is a 5-year (June 2018 – May 2023) Coordination and Support Action project that brings together a pan-European network of emergency medical care practitioners, suppliers, decision and policy makers to collaborate and exchange knowledge, good practices, and lessons learned. The NO-FEAR project includes two networks that will interact: The practitioners, decision and policy makers network; and the supplier and academia network (SANE).
NO-FEAR partner, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore is organizing the First Demonstration of the NO-FEAR project, that will take place on November 22, 2019. The NO-FEAR activities will be held back-to-back alongside “Trauma Oggi”: an Annual Congress organized within the Gemelli Hospital, Rome.
Activities will start on the evening of 21st of November with a Nocturnal Hospital Exercise, where selected tools showcased at the Demonstration will be used by the hospital staff, including (but not restricted to) Ouvry, Streamwide, Fraunhoffer IVI, LESS AS, Inovytec and Biobeat.The exercise is open to NO-FEAR partners and stakeholders as well as to the Trauma Oggi participants.
The Demonstration on 22ndNovember, will focus on 2 main issues: handover of the patients between EMS and Hospital and Hospital preparedness in case of “uncertain” events, such as CBRN. NO-FEAR has invited more than 10 technology providers from 7 different countries from the SANE (Suppliers and Academia Network).
The first half of the demonstration will be dedicated to the handover issue, whilst the afternoon will be dedicated to hospital preparedness. Both sessions will include tool presentations and gap analysis facilitated by relevant invited speakers, and participants will be given the possibility to attend two hands-on sessions. Other EU projects will also be given the chance to present more ongoing activities and results, as well as their link with the NO-FEAR activities.
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