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2023-02-28 34th COMEDS/MedSTDWG Medical Standardization Working Group Meeting

The meeting will take place at the Lion’s Garden Hotel in Budapest. H-1146 Budapest, Cházár András u. 4, Hungary
Registration is open until 20 FEB 2023.

 
2023-03-14 EpiNATO-2 Writing Group Meeting

The NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (Mil Med CoE) is convening a Writing Group to review and revise EpiNATO-2 following an external evaluation conducted by the US CDC.

The Writing Group will take place on 14-15 March 2023 at the NATO Conference Room in Munich and will be hosted by the Force Health Protection Branch (FHPB) of the Mil Med CoE. Further details are available in the Joining Instructions.

Please complete the information below to register so we can provide you with access to the Camp and know numbers for catering.

SGM Claudia Biendl
dhsc.admin@coemed.org


 
2023-03-14 EpiNATO-2 Writing Group Meeting - online participation

The NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (Mil Med CoE) is convening a Writing Group to review and revise EpiNATO-2 following an external evaluation conducted by the US CDC.

The Writing Group will take place on 14-15 March 2023 at the NATO Conference Room in Munich or online and will be hosted by the Force Health Protection Branch (FHPB) of the Mil Med CoE. Further details are available in the Joining Instructions.

Please complete the information below to register so we can provide you with access to the Camp and know numbers for catering.

SGM Claudia Biendl
dhsc.admin@coemed.org


 
2023-04-24 Emergency Management of Battlefield Injuries (EMBI) Course

Course organized in cooperation with Ecole du Val-de-Grâce, Paris and the Hungarian Defence Forces Medical Centre, Budapest
Aim: This yearly international course is aimed at providing to a large panel of military health professionals (juniors and seniors of different specialties) state-of-the-art knowledge about EMBI.
Target Audience: Medical doctors, specialists, technicians, and nurses who are planning to work in a multinational medical environment in NATO/UN/EU missions.
Pre-requisites:
Language proficiency: English according to STANAG 6001 2.2.2.2 (listening/speaking/reading/writing)
Course POC: WO Attila KECSKÉS (train.nco@coemed.org)

 
2023-05-15 Major Incident Medical Management and Support (MIMMS) Course 15-18 May 2023

Welcome to the MIMMS course!

As the only international standard in major incident medical management, the MIMMS course is taught and the principles are practiced throughout the world, being integrated into civilian and military medical practice. NATO recognized the benefit of applying the approach taught in the MIMMS course and made it mandatory for all medical personnel deployed to a NATO operation in ACO Directive 83-1. The MIMMS course is a true partnership between military and civilian experts having the benefit in case of an Article V. scenario when Civil-Military cooperation is inevitable. The principles (CSCATTTER) of MIMMS have been integrated into the STANAG 2879.

If you require any further information, feel free to contact the POC at the following email address:

POC: LT Melanie NACIMENTO (train.course2@coemed.org)

Please note that your registration will be confirmed 10 WEEKS before the course by email. Not before.

 
2023-06-07 NATO Health Surveillance and Multinational Management of Epidemic Crisis for Operational and Strategic Medical Leaders

The course provides in-depth knowledge about the response to outbreaks or incidents of infectious disease in a multinational operational environment. The course uses e-learning, case studies, group discussion work, and simulation exercises to facilitate learning.
On completion of the course students will be able to:
a) Understand the general concepts of disease surveillance.
b) Use the EpiNATO-2 system in MTF Role 1
c) Understand and realize the first steps of an outbreaks/epidemic’s investigation.
d) Manage with a team the first steps of an outbreaks or epidemics crisis in NATO multinational context.

The course is appropriate for medical and health services personnel assigned or potentially deploying to NATO Command Structure, NATO Force Structure, or Multinational Operations.

 
2023-06-12 NATO Health Investigation and Management in Deployments (HEIMDAL)

The course provides comprehensive knowledge to facilitate understanding of the working habits during a medical crisis in a multinational environment at operational and strategic level. Participants learn to analyze medical information and health surveillance outputs in order to advise operational commanders and justify FHP measures in response to an outbreak. To aim that goal it uses case studies, classroom presentations, group discussion work, and simulation exercises. The course gives practical experience in briefing a Commander and speaking to the Media. On completion of the course students will be able to:
a) Recall the principles of health surveillance and outbreak detection in NATO operations.
b) Interpret national medical information and health surveillance outputs.
c) Implement and sustain medical information and health surveillance systems in NATO operations.
d) Calculate statistics relevant to outbreak detection and investigation.
e) Interpret NATO medical information and health surveillance outputs.
f) Justify course of action in response to an outbreak.
g) Coordinate a multinational outbreak response.
h) Manage all health surveillance information available in order to shape and influence the decision-making process.
i) Apply Force Health Protection (FHP) measures in the context of outbreak response.

The course is offered for, Medical and CBRN personnel assigned to or planned for relevant positions at the strategic and operational levels of NATO Command or Force Structure.

 
2023-06-26 NATO Patient Evacuation Coordination Cell Course 26-30 June 2023

Course POC: LTC József Kiss (train.eval2@coemed.org)
Please note, that IAW the respective NATO MILMED COE regulations, course will be confirmed or can be cancelled 8 weeks prior the start date. This information will be available on NATO MILMED COE website, also registered personnel will be informed via email. You will be informed by this time if your registration is accepted/cancelled/postponed to the next iteration of the course. Concerning this, in case of acceptance, travel/lodging arrangements should be made NO SOONER than 8 weeks before the start of the course to avoid individual financial loss.

 
2023-09-19 MPSIM (Military Psychosocial Incident Management)

Military commanders could become concerned about the impact of continuous, critical, and traumatic operations on those in their command. One of their responsibility is to effectively start up and/or manage psychological care before they can consult with a military psychologist.
Military commanders assume a number of responsibilities related to health and medical support. Those include but are not limited to certain psychological support and countermeasures.
Course POC: WO Attila KECSKÉS (train.nco@coemed.org)

 
2023-10-09 Major Incident Medical Management and Support (MIMMS) Course 09-12 October 2023

Welcome to the MIMMS course!


As the only international standard in major incident medical management, the MIMMS course is taught and the principles are practiced throughout the world, being integrated into civilian and military medical practice. NATO recognized the benefit of applying the approach taught in the MIMMS course and made it mandatory for all medical personnel deployed to a NATO operation in ACO Directive 83-1. The MIMMS course is a true partnership between military and civilian experts having the benefit in case of an Article V. scenario when Civil-Military cooperation is inevitable. The principles (CSCATTTER) of MIMMS have been integrated into the STANAG 2879.

If you require any further information, feel free to contact the POC at the following email address:

POC: LT Melanie NACIMENTO (train.course2@coemed.org)

Please note that your registration will be confirmed 10 WEEKS before the course by email. Not before.

 
2023-11-20 NATO Patient Evacuation Coordination Cell Course 20-24 November 2023

Course POC: LTC József Kiss (train.eval2@coemed.org)
Please note, that IAW the respective NATO MILMED COE regulations, course will be confirmed or can be cancelled 8 weeks prior the start date. This information will be available on NATO MILMED COE website, also registered personnel will be informed via email. You will be informed by this time if your registration is accepted/cancelled/postponed to the next iteration of the course. Concerning this, in case of acceptance, travel/lodging arrangements should be made NO SOONER than 8 weeks before the start of the course to avoid individual financial loss.