Hammamet is hosting the second Maghribi Congress on Emergency and Disaster Medicine, Organized by the Tunisian Emergency Medicine Assocation on March 25 to 27, 2010.
Romania’s deputy Health Minister attended as a guest of honor, and by Maghreb experts, chairmen of European emergency and disaster medicine associations and representatives from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine and the World Health Organization (WHO).
On this occasion, Mr. Zenaidi outlined the Tunisian strategy of emergency medicine which is based on quality, sustainability, and training of human resources.
Ben Arous Centre for Trauma and Burn considerably boosted the network of emergency medicine and the consolidation of support of victims of road accidents and work. This network will be reinforced by the emergency center currently underway in the northern suburbs of the capital.
The Congress focused on a set of issues regarding front-line and vital emergency interventions, cardiology emergencies and resuscitation of cardio-respiratory failure, acute traumatology and contribution of imaging in emergency wards, toxicological emergencies, pre-hospital emergencies and disaster medicine.