Detecting biological weapon use
DHSC on the NATO website
"A red light comes on in the epidemiological surveillance system alarms. An abnormal increase in diarrhoea cases is reported by the Bundeswehr naval unit physician in Djibouti: 13 cases out of 70 staff in under 48 hours. The NATO Deployment Health Surveillance Capability (DHSC) confirms this information and sounds the alarm. This early warning system, patented by the Health Service of the French Army, could be added to the equipment of NATO's armed forces and detect the use of a biological weapon. Code name: ASTER."
MILMED COE team at the NATO run
Nine staff members of the NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) participated at the NATO run organized in Budapest on 30 September 2012.
“Could you show me your job description?”
This question was asked by a student during the live exercise of the 5th MEDEVAL Course organized by the NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) from 24 to 28 September 2012.
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Courses & Trainings
- Emergency Management of Battlefield Injuries (EMBI) Course (COE-MED-M4-001)
- Major Incident Medical Management and Support (MIMMS) Course (COE-MED-M4-002)
- NATO Medical Evaluation (MEDEVAL) Course (COE-MED-M4-003)
- NATO First Responder Trainer (FRT) Training (COE-MED-M4-005)
- NATO Emergency Medical Pre-Deployment Team (EMPT) Training (COE-MED-M4-006)
- NATO Patient Evacuation Coordination Cell (PECC) Course (COE-MED-M4-008)