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Italian Response to COVID-19 and Training for Emergency Medical

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Plenary lecture VItalian Response to COVID-19 and Training for Emergency Medical Teams

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Italian Response to COVID-19 and Training for Emergency Medical Teams

  (Luca RagazzoniCRIMEDIM)

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    The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is currently threatening numerous health systems around the world, requiring an extraordinary international response to contain and control the virus. This response includes effective education and training of healthcare workers to attain several operational level public health skills.

    Italy has been one of the most affected countries, where hospitals are still struggling to deal with the surge of patients affected by COVID-19. Patients are being treated in hospital corridors, hospital departments have been converted to treat only COVID-19 patients, many physicians and nurses are working outside of their field of expertise, feeling uneasy managing and treating a highly transmissible infection for which there is no specific therapy and vaccine. Moreover, the risk of secondary infections among healthcare workers is extremely high, which highlights the inadequate infection control practices and protections in many Italian treatment centers and primary healthcare services.

    In such context, we believe that implementation of training interventions focused on population-based medicine and management skills is of paramount importance to equip healthcare workers with basic competencies to proficiently and safely work in any hospital, field hospital and pre-hospital services and during the current pandemic. The unexpected magnitude of the crisis generated by the pandemic has required not only the attainment of basic infection prevention and control and public health skills that are the core of population-based management but also the awareness of disaster medicine principles, such as surge capacity and scarce resource allocation, triage and ethical dilemmas of rationing medical care.

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