Torino, Italy

12-14 September 2017

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Schedule at a Glance

12 Sep

Welcome Reception

18:00–20:00

13 Sep

Opening Session: ACE Recognition, Dispatcher of the Year

09:00–09:15

Opening Keynote - New Threats to Urban and National Security

09:15–10:00
Claudio Bertoletti

Exclusive Exhibit Hall Time - Tea & Coffee Break

10:00–10:25

Vitality and Emergency Services

10:30–11:00
Christina Verkerk

Nurse Triage: Across the Spectrum

11:05–11:35
Dr. Conrad Fivaz

Advanced Mobile Location

11:40–12:10
René Kerschbaumer

Lunch Break

12:15–13:00

Administration of Medicine Over the Phone: Early and Life-saving Treatment

13:00–13:30
Dott. Francesco Bermano

Influence of National Reporting Organization

13:00–13:30
Viola van Baardwijk

Happy Birthday, Treaty

13:00–13:30

Einführung und Weiterentwicklung der Notrufdienste von PKW als gemeinsame Aufgabe von Leitstelle und Automobilhersteller

13:35–14:05
Gerrit Jan Riemer

Implementation and Further Development of Emergency Call Services in Cars

13:35–14:05
Harald Sulzbach

Decision Support System: The Value and Implementation of Decision-Making Algorithms

13:35–14:05
Dott.ssa Luisa Zappini

Ambulance Assistance on the Beach and in Dune Area

13:35–14:05
Arie van Dijk

What is Prohibited Behavior According to the Universal Protocol Standards?

14:10–14:40
Chris Keijsers & Piet Hein Verhagen

Consistent Performance Evaluation Using IAED(TM) Performance Standards

14:10–14:40
Christoph Högl, BA

NUE 112: The Experience of the Liguria Fire Department

14:10–14:40
Federico Brizio CQE,

Exclusive Exhibit Hall Time - Tea & Coffee Break

14:45–15:00

What are you trying to investigate in a VIM analysis?

15:00–15:30
Evert H. Henrotte, Sonja de Jong

Stroke: The Critical Role of Dispatch Centres

15:00–15:30
Dott. Andrea Furgani

Pre-clinical Cooling: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

15:00–15:30
Eduard Kompast

Continuity of Care and Taking Charge: 116117 as a System

15:35–16:05
Dott. Francesco Enrichens

Helping EMS Employees understand MPDS

15:35–16:05
Peter Beuter

Implementation of the MPDS in a Unified Dispatch Centre

16:10–16:40
Vittorio Antonaglia

Where is Improvement Possible?

16:10–16:40
Peter Lasschuijt, Murvin Chan

The Simple "Emergency"—International Versions of Care Strategies

16:10–16:40
Christoph Redelsteiner

From EMD to ED-Q

16:45–17:15
Erika Rinaldi, Claudia Borioli

Attendee Reception at the Palazzo Madama. Sponsored by Regola

18:00–20:00
Sponsored by Regola

14 Sep

Paramount:Innovations, Issues, and Improvements

08:00–08:30
Paolo Santamaria

EMD Approach to Users with the Introduction to NUE 112

08:30–09:00
Dr. Egle Valle

PAIs: It Takes a System to Save Lives

09:00–09:30
Marco Venturini

Resilience: Partner of the Emergency Call Interrogation

09:00–09:30
Nicole Schilz

Managing Patients and Optimising Available Resources

09:35–10:05
Dr. Rita Rossi

Virtual Operation Support Teams as Support for Leadership

09:35–10:05
Stefan Martini

Accesso esclusivo sala espositiva - Tea & Coffee Break

10:05–10:30

Morning Tea & Coffee Break

10:05–10:30

Stress in the Dispatch Center: How can Codified Protocols and Interpoerability Systems Help?

10:30–11:00
Paulo Muneretto

Effectiveness of MPDS v13.0 Changes

10:30–11:00
Rainer Schremmer

Dispatch Systems in the Panorama of Italian Local Emergency Systems

11:05–11:35
Riccardo Sestili

Screening Calls for Help with Psychosocial Background

11:05–11:35
Heinz Novosad

FHQ and Data Culture - The Importance of Registers

11:40–12:10
Sandro Mushietti

Lunch Break

12:15–13:15

Suddenly It Happens

13:15–13:45
Alexander Militello

Emergency Dispatcher Preparedness: Creativity vs. Automaticity

13:50–14:20
Nedas Jasinskas M.D.

Tea & Coffee Break

14:25–14:45

Tea & Coffee Break

14:25–14:45

ECNS Implementation in Austria

14:45–15:15
Christof Chwojka, Christian Laucher

British Algorithmic Protocols for Management of White Codes in the Italian Clinical Context

15:20–15:50
Stefano Quaranta, MD

Go-Live Process and the Road to Accreditation

15:55–16:25
Beth Bruner

Protocol 9 - Case Review, Detection of Issue, and Quality Management

16:30–17:00
Christine Waegli

2016 Euro NAVIGATOR Photo Gallery

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IAED Dispatcher of the Year award

The IAED Dispatcher of the Year award was created to identify and recognise individuals who have made the most significant contributions to further the values and mission of the Academies through personal action. This award will be bestowed annually upon the IAED certified emergency dispatcher who has most successfully exemplified the values and mission of the Academies.

Submission Deadline: July 28, 2017. Submit your nominations today.

12-14 September, 2017

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AC Hotel Torino

Via Bisalta 11 Turin 10126 Italy
+39-011-6395091

Room Rate:
singles are €150 and doubles are €165

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