Medical Simulation Specialist - AHA and ATLS, Medical Simulation, Sandor Medicaids Pvt. Ltd, India
*Corresponding Author: Pranjal Konwar, Medical Simulation Specialist - AHA and ATLS, Medical Simulation, Sandor Medicaids Pvt. Ltd, India.
Received: May 12, 2021; Published: November 29, 2021
NSDC conducting EMT- B and EMT- A in India. Many Institution running EMT curriculum. Most of the Trainers or Faculties are non EMS background. I mean to say that they just go through EMT B and EMT A ToT under HSSC which is not enough to train a candidate to handle EMS. Experiences in EMS both in hospital and in field is important and Learning from proper EMS instructor/Paramedic Faculty/Emergency Physician has to be done. But most of the faculties they can’t handle a cardiac arrest themselves. Most of the labs don’t have proper manikins for Simulation EMS training. This will produce only fault EMS personnel who don’t have ethics, vision, mission, proper clinical knowledge in EMS.
Citation: Pranjal Konwar. “Medical Simulation and COVID-19". Acta Scientific Paediatrics 4.12 (2021): 52-53.
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