BASICS Devon are holding their annual complimentary BASICS South West Study Day on Saturday 2nd March at Exeter Racecourse.
It is aimed at any interested emergency personnel to train with colleagues from other local emergency services, to help enhance their skills but also to build on working relationships, as many incidents across Devon are attended to together, to help save local lives and reduce mortality rates in Devon.
This is a rare opportunity for all tiers of professionals to be together to further their development. It allows them to be trained in up to date and current practices, pulling in national specialists into the South West with expertise in pre-hospital emergency medical care, vital for our region.
The event will be attended by approximately 25 of our BASICS Volunteer Doctors, along with Paramedics and Student paramedics. There will be representation from the Hazardous Area Response Team and the Air Ambulances.
We already have 75 delegates that will be attending this year and it is with thanks to the sponsorship support of Nuffield Health and Persys Medical that the event is possible.
This study day will help educate other medical professionals and students across the South West Hospitals and medical practices. All tiers of emergency carers will have the opportunity to meet and develop together to invest back into the people in their own local communities.
For further information about the event please visit our website at https://www.basics-devon.org.uk/
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