Course program will be divided into two modules.
The medical module will be devoted to modern methods of bleeding control in field, use of tourniquets, post-tourniquet complications and other techniques of aid and self-aid in combat situations.
Security Briefing will be devoted to the rules of safe behavior and work in war conflict zones, including the ruled to be followed if captured.
Training will be conducted by Ukrainian consultants and foreign experts. Please fill in the application form for the training (attached) before 18:00 Nov 27 and send it to P.Piminov@antiaids.org.
NOTE! If your company would like to cover the training it is necessary to assign a journalist who will not be taking part in the training work and will be working on the story. Accreditation for journalists not participating in training is also done by P.Piminov@antiaids.org.
Facebook page of the project – www.facebook.com/medsanbat, website of the project www.medsanbat.info.
For detailed information please contact Pavel Piminov, Communications Director of Elena Pinchuk ANTIAIDS Foundation: +380 67 466 8736, P.Piminov@antiaids.org
The first training of the project took part Oct 9 to 13 in Kyiv on the premises of the Main Military Clinical Hospital in conditions imitating real combat actions. More 200 doctors who are either preparing to be deployed to the MoD units or already serving in the ATO zone took part in the training.
Since the beginning of the project more than 900 military medics went through the Medsanbat preparation system in Kyiv, Mariupol, Sloviansk, Dnipropetrovsk, Kuibysheve, Khmelnytskyi, Zhytomyr and Lviv. Trainings were organized according to the NATO standards under supervision of American instructors each of whom has considerable experience of providing medical care in special forces units doing active combat service. In November the new stage of the course began, when Ukrainian instructors, who took the full training course, will be teaching their counterparts the modern principles of medical care before the casualty gets into a MFH or a static medical facility.
Trainings take place in hospitals in static auditoriums as well as in mobile field hospitals, on training grounds where the units fighting in the ATO are deployed.
Combat medics who were deployed or returning to the ATO after completion of the course following the decision of instructors were issued 50 medic begs, fully equipped with drugs and medical tools according to the NATO standards to provide first aid in combat situations. Another 50 bags are being packed and shipped to Ukraine now.
November 2014, a project was started on Ukrainian Philanthropic Marketplace that will help to raise charitable donations for 100 military medic bags equipped to NATO standards.Combat Medic Bag Level II performs the same functions as the medical bag that the Medsanbat students going into the combat zone were receiving. But its equipment, light weight and mobility will enable combat medics to provide first aid in combat conditions in more operative fashion. It is of critical importance because of the difficulties and major risk that is associated with evacuation of the injured from the battlefield sometimes hospital medical care is delayed to 12 hours instead of the required 60 minutes. In such conditions providing qualified and timely care in the hot zone is the key factor that influences survivability in combat conditions.