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COVID-19 rapidly shifted the nature of how healthcare is delivered all over the world. As hospitals and health systems emerge from their initial surges, there is a preparation for a “new normal” of emergency care which can successfully meet the high standards demanded by COVID-19 and any future public health threats we may face.
This concise one-day conference is an essential must attend event for all emergency medical services (EMS) professionals who look to become providers of high-quality emergency care centralized around case-based knowledge. The updated standards discussed on this agenda will be of specific relevance to the unique nature of the African pandemic response experience.
Thulani Sibanda, President, Emergency Care Society of South Africa (ECSSA); Lecturer, Emergency Medical Care, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
David Stanton, Head of Clinical and Education: Netcare 911, Netcare Limited, Johannesburg, South Africa
Dr Enrico Dippenaar, Director, ECSSA Board; Honorary Research Associate, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa
Kiara Nair, Emergency Care Practitioner, Far East Rand Hospital - Gauteng Provincial Government, Johannesburg, South Africa
Malusi Mtetwa, Country Operational Paramedic, South Australia Ambulance Service, Adelaide, Australia
Muhammad Yaaseen Hokee, Emergency Care Practitioner, Gauteng Provincial Government, Johannesburg, South Africa
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