Emergency Management of Battlefield Injuries (EMBI) Course, 20-24 March 2017
NATO MILMED COE, in cooperation with École du Val-de-Grâce, Paris and the Hungarian Defence Forces Medical Centre, is organizing the EMBI Course again in March 2017, with the special focus on head – neck – maxillofacial injuries.
This yearly international course is aimed at providing to a large panel of military health professionals (juniors and seniors of different specialties) the state of the art knowledge about EMBI.
Credible and acknowledged Lecturers are involved from various countries.
Don’t miss the opportunity!
Download: Schedule 2017
MILMED COE briefing at Conference of National Armaments Directors
The Conference of National Armaments Directors (CNAD) took place on 30 January 2017 in Brussels, where top national defence procurement officials from NATO and partner countries met to discuss and promote interoperability in the armaments field. The CNAD is the senior NATO committee with the mission to enable multinational cooperation on delivery of interoperable military capabilities to improve NATO forces’ effectiveness and to promote transatlantic defence industrial cooperation. The CNAD reports directly to the North Atlantic Council. At the conference the participants were briefed by, among others, the Director of the NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE), Colonel Dr. László Fazekas (HUN) and they exchanged points of view and discussed the opportunities for closer collaboration with the NATO Centres of Excellence (COEs). The CNAD was chaired by Mr. Ernest J. Herold, NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Defence Investment.
Successful Prague MEDEVAL
The NATO MILMED COE conducted a very successful MEDEVAL course with a Mobile Training Team in Prague (CZE) from 7-11 November 2016 with the participation of 25 students from 14 different nations.