11 - 12 April, 2018 | London, UK

Mr Christian Janke


Medical Advisor
German Red Cross


11:30 AM CRITICAL SYSTEMS HEURISTICS FOR COMPLEX MEDICAL EMERGENCIES - THE UTILITY OF HUMANITARIAN CONCEPTS FOR ARMED AND UNARMED FORCES

From the perspective of the new German Red Cross Epidemic Response Units - that represent a substantial asset of the just as new European Medical Corps - the status quo of global outbreak preparedness, early warning and response is questioned with focus on the
ethical dimension.

If it is true, however, that military (and humanitarian) planners always tend to plan for the last war, what could be learnt beyond the Ebola lessons for a systemically desirable, culturally acceptable, and ethically defensible management of the complex emergencies to come?

5:10 PM Q&A SESSION: DEPLOYING HEALTHCARE TO CONTAIN INFECTIOUS DISEASE AND COUNTER CBRN

  • Operating an effective containment strategy in high-risk infectious environments. Integrating advances in deployed care
  • Assessing the role of containment within an international approach to disaster medicine
  • Approaching deployed pathology in the context of urban versus austere environments


Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Mr Christian.

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