Emergency centres, central emergency wards and interdisciplinary emergency clinics occur as a result of synergistic use, economic drive and quality assurance in many clinics of all care levels. These central institutes are often characterized by recruiting interdisciplinary staff.
Nursing staff is not only essential and strongly needed in the medical support system. What makes this profession special is the diverse tasks they face which are characterized by urgency and multiple dimensions. To respond to these challenges, technical expertise in the fields of initial assessment, diagnostics and therapy is on demand. Students develop confidence in action and routine during their practical training in which they apply theoretical models, critically reflect on these and evaluate their studies in peer-based approaches. This helps them develop strategies for action to avoid erroneous action on the ground and supports the development of stress coping mechanisms.
- Structure and management in emergency wards
- Technical expertise in the area of initial assessment, diagnostics and therapy
- Measures to reanimation and surgical interventions
- Methods in crisis/emergency management