Deployment

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Article: Master Sergeant (OR-8, Paramedic) Tobias Uebel Squad Leader, Second Company Medical Training Regiment; LTC MC (OF-4, DD, GS) Dr. Rolf v. Uslar Commander Medical Training Regiment

Armoured casualty transport

The links of the land-based evacuation chain

Report: MCM Bricknell, LM Kelly

Tactical Aeromedical Evacuation

This paper discusses the principles of tactical aeromedical evacuation (TACEVAC) planning and execution with specific consideration of the command and control arrangements for TACEVAC. UK personnel may be familiar with TACEVAC procedures using UK national aircraft and aeromedical evacuation crews between national medical facilities. Recent operations, most particularly in Afghanistan, have illustrated the requirement to understand TACEVAC within a multi-national context as both our military hospitals have moved patients using other nations aircraft and medical escort crews, and UK aeromedical aircraft and crews have moved other nations’ patients.

Report: OF-2 Peter JAGADICS (HUN A)

“Right Patient, Right Escort, Right Platform, Right Destination at the Right Time”

NATO Patient Evacuation Coordination Cell (PECC) Course – COE-MED-M4-008

Article: V. PAVLIK, J. FAJFROVÁ (CZECH REPUBLIC)

The Hygienic Conditions in Afghanistan

From the department of military hygiene, Faculty of Military Health Sciences University of Defence, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

Report: J. Hoitz

German Military Hospital in Hamburg: Regionally potent, internationally cross-linked

German Armed Forces run five military hospitals. One is located the North of Germany in Hamburg, the beautiful and well-known german harbour city.

Report: C. E. CORLISS (UNITED STATES)

Aeromedical Evacuation Simulation Training

As training resources and time become increasingly scarce new training methods and venues must be utilized to ensure mission readiness of Aerovac units to Airlift Wounded Warriors.

Report: W. Toepfer

Military evacuation operation ‘PEGASUS’

Humanitarian aid in TUNESIA in February/March 2011 – Medical service experiences from the point of view of the German Navy

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Article: CAPT(R) Stephan Hofmeister, MD CIOMR International Vice President (2010-2012)

The Military Medical Reserve – connecting specialists around the world

CIOMR (Interallied Confederation of Medical Reserve Officers) is developing rapidly from a cold war reserve officer organization mainly ensuring mutual understanding and deepening international bonds to a modern provider of information and international network platform for medical specialist in the military reserves.

Article: P. JAGADICS (HUN A)

Deployed Course in Hamburg

NATO Emergency Medical Pre-deployment Team Training

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Article: B. Wölke

Hospital on the High Seas

Bumps, bruises, and third-degree burns – just like their colleagues on dry land, naval physicians have to be ready for anything.

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THE ROAD TO ACCREDITATION (Part 4 / 4)

LESSONS LEARNT FROM THE FIRST PUBLIC SECTOR ISO 15189 ACCREDITED LABORATORY IN GHANA.

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THE ROAD TO ACCREDITATION (Part 3 / 4)

LESSONS LEARNT FROM THE FIRST PUBLIC SECTOR ISO 15189 ACCREDITED LABORATORY IN GHANA.

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Article: M. Reksoprodio, H.Mulijadi, I. Trihapsoro, W. Mulyawan

The aeromedical evacuation

Indonesian Armed Forces /TNI Experiences

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Article: L. FAZEKAS

Multinational approach in medical support to NATO operations

Evaluation challenges in deployments of multinational medical units

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THE ROAD TO ACCREDITATION (Part 2 / 4)

LESSONS LEARNT FROM THE FIRST PUBLIC SECTOR ISO 15189 ACCREDITED LABORATORY IN GHANA.

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THE ROAD TO ACCREDITATION (Part 1 / 4)

LESSONS LEARNT FROM THE FIRST PUBLIC SECTOR ISO 15189 ACCREDITED LABORATORY IN GHANA.

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Article: Chal D., Trombini G., Koehle O., Santinelli Y. and Quain C.

Veterinary Support’s Diversity in Operation: Example of Sangaris

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Interview: Colonel Dr. Kai Schlolaut

“Certainly the biggest change!”

Interview with with Dr. David Smith

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Nepalese Military Medical Service

Directorate General of Medical Services is the highest authority to oversee the medical services within the Nepalese Army. Medical services in Nepalese Army started in 1925 with the establishment of Tri Chandra Military Hospital in Kathmandu. Later in 1990, the establishment of 490 bedded multispeciality Shree Birendra Hospital in Chhauni, Kathmandu commemorates the expanding medical services in the organization.

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Article: I. TRIHAPSORO (INDONESIA)

Indonesia Medical Assistance to the Democratic Republic of Timor Leste

A Friendship for the Present and Future

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