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International Conference "Civil Military Cooperation in Trauma and Combat Trauma System Education and Training"

Formazione - Nicola Sebastiani - Giuseppe Noschese

Napoli,  16 settembre 2013

Dear Colleagues,
It is our honor and pleasure to extend you an invitation to attend the International Conference "Civil Military Cooperation in Trauma and Combat Trauma System Education and Training”.

This Conference is organized by the Army Logistics Command, Department of Health, Rome and the International Disaster Medicine Association (IDMA), in collaboration with A.O.R.N. “A. Cardarelli”, Naples, A.O. Hospital “Niguarda Ca’Granda” - Trauma Team, Milan, Maggiore Hospital, Emergency Department, Bologna, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, School of Medicine, Military Academy of Modena, US Naval Forces Europe Medical, Naples, NATO Allied Joint Force Command Headquarters, Medical Division, Naples and Policlinico Militare “Celio”, Rome, Health and Veterinary Services Studies and Researches Centre, Rome, to be held in Naples, at the Nunziatella Military School, on 26th and 27th September 2013.

This Conference is an excellent opportunity for civilian and military medical personnel to share and exchange information and experiences in the tutorial and training either in Combat Trauma and Trauma Systems establishment and development and Medical Support and Management in case of calamities.

We look forward to welcoming you in Naples.
Yours sincerely,

Head of the Health Department,                                                             President of the International
Army Logistics Command, Rome                                                      Disaster Medicine Association, Naples
   BG Dr Nicola Sebastiani, MD                                                                   Dr Giuseppe Noschese, MD




IDMA International Disaster Medicine Association

The International Disaster Medicine Association (IDMA) is an international civil-military community of medical and management specialists.
The IDMA is established in order to enhance the civil-military medical interaction for achieving better disaster medical preparedness and best possible healthcare organization and provision in case of natural and man-made disasters.
The Association is a non-profit, non-governmental organization for research, education and training.
IDMA is providing open forum for discussions, exchange of views, educational and training programs focused on improving the disaster medical support planning, training and execution.

Disaster Medicine Civil Military Committee

The Disaster Medicine Civil-Military Committee (DMCMC) is an international medical body established in Naples as a result of the findings and recommendations of the international Conference Civil Military Cooperation Enhancing Combat Trauma System and Disaster Medicine Capabilities, held in Naples September 2012.

Under the auspices of the Italian Armed Forces Surgeon General and Directives and Guidance of the Health Commander and Director, Logistics Command for Southern Italy, Naples, the NATO Joint Force Command Headquarters, Naples Medical Advisor, the US Naval Hospital,Naples Commanding Officer and US AFRICOM and EUCOM Navy Surgeon General, A. O. R. N “A. Cardarelli”, Naples, Chief Trauma Centre,  Ospedale Niguarda Ca’Granda, Milan, Chief Trauma Centre, Ospedale Maggiore Bologna Chief Trauma Centre and the Second University of Naples, Medical Faculty Dean, the DMCMC was established December 2012.
The main objective of the DMCMC is to promote Disaster Medicine preparedness and readiness through enhancing civilian and military medical specialists theoretical knowledge and practical skills to organize, manage and execute effective and efficient medical support in case of man-made and natural disasters.

DMCMC also aims at contributing to the population and rescue teams medical education and training. DMCMC objective is to create an operational liaison with disaster medical management and support focused national, international state and nongovernmental organizations for achieving better education and practical training in order to assure rapid and sufficient medical response to the disasters’ challenges worldwide.