The call had more than 250 registered in these days.
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The Minister of Health of the province, Judith Di Giglio led the opening of the Second Training Sessions “Emergency Care and Health Emergencies in the Prehospital Setting” in the city of Ushuaia.

The call had more than 250 registered in these days. (Gobtdf/)

More than 250 participants, different meetings will take place until Sunday 27 of November. The goal is to train health teams and all the social actors involved in the emergency, such as emergency personnel, police, firefighters, rescuers, among others. The day will end on Sunday with a simulacrum with multiple victims in the Nautical Bowling.

The conferences are organized by the Ministry’s General Directorate of Emergency Attention and are accompanied by the National Directorate of Health Emergencies (DINESA) where different areas were convened to address this issue. The goal is to provide tools to give a more effective and coordinated response through the articulated work of the different sectors.

The call had more than 250 registered in these days.

The call had more than 250 registered in these days. (Gobtdf/)

The head of the health portfolio, Di Giglio, stated that “it is very important that they can get trained and continue to train improve the quality of care in the emergency of the province”, and maintained, “it really highlights the work done by the areafulfilling a fundamental role in the care of the population and at the moment of saving lives” he pointed out.

The call had more than 250 registered in these days.

The call had more than 250 registered in these days. (Gobtdf/)

Finally, the General Director of Emergency Attention of the Province, Laura Drinkassured that “they are spaces for dialogue and training, we have to start thinking about the emergency as a different and programmed way, not waiting for situations to come together and make improvements”. He also assured that “we are very happy with the call, we have more than 250 registered in these days.”

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