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WHO/ICRC Basic Emergency Care: Conflict-Related Injuries

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WHO/ICRC Basic Emergency Care: Conflict-Related Injuries: Developed by the World Health Organization, International Committee of the Red Cross and the International Federation for Emergency Medicine, the BEC Extended Modules: Conflict-Related Injuries support the delivery of quality emergency care for patients with conflict-related trauma, covering penetrating injury, blast injury and burns. These extended modules follow the BEC systematic approach to the initial assessment and management of time-sensitive critical conditions where early intervention saves lives.

Overview: Based on country requests, extended modules have been developed to supplement the BEC course. These include extended modules covering conflict trauma resulting from blast, penetrating and burn injuries. These modules are designed to support first contact providers working in conflict settings, or those who may need to manage conflict injuries. The content is meant to be used as refresher material or as a ‘just-in-time’ educational resource.

Note: Review of the WHO/ICRC BEC core content or extended modules on OpenWHO will NOT allow the learner to be a ‘BEC trained provider’. To receive BEC certification, training must be done via a face-to-face training OR via the WHO Academy PLUS in-person Practical Skills Training.

Course duration: Approximately 2 hours.

Certificates: A Certificate of Achievement will be available to participants who score 80% of the total points in all graded assignments. Participants who receive a Certificate of Achievement can also download an Open Badge for this course. Click here to learn how.

What you’ll learn in WHO/ICRC Basic Emergency Care: Conflict-Related Injuries

  • Define a safe approach to the patient with critical injury due to trauma;
  • Describe a primary and secondary survey (CABCDE assessment) for patients with conflict trauma and initiate management for life-threatening conditions in adults and children;
  • dentify and perform critical CABCDE actions for blast injuries, penetrating injuries and burns;
  • Recognise and manage acute, life-threatening conditions in patients with conflict-related injury.

Course contents for WHO/ICRC Basic Emergency Care: Conflict-Related Injuries

  • Module 1: Primary Survey:By the end of this module, you will: describe the trauma primary survey approach for conflict-related injury, identify signs and symptoms of acute life and limb-threatening conditions and identify critical CABCDE actions for conflict-related injury.
  • Module 2: Penetrating Injury:By the end of this module, you will: describe the trauma primary survey approach for conflict-related injury, identify signs and symptoms of acute life-threatening conditions and identify critical CABCDE actions for penetrating injuries.
  • Module 3: Blast Injury:By the end of this module, you will: describe the trauma primary survey approach for conflict trauma, identify signs and symptoms of acute life-threatening conditions and identify critical CABCDE actions for blast injuries.
  • Module 4: Burn Injury:By the end of this module, you will: describe the trauma primary survey approach for conflict-related injury, identify signs and symptoms of acute life-threatening conditions caused by burn injuries, and identify critical CABCDE actions for burn injuries.

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