The European Unions Horizon 2020 project MED1stMR aims to provide solutions to improve modern training practices for medical first responders for mass casualty incidents by developing innovative Mixed Reality applications that will combine existing simulators with a virtual environment to better support, assist, and personalize MFR training. Therefore, MED1stMR will also integrate wearable technologies for monitoring trainees biosignals to assess the mental stress and adapt the training accordingly. In this paper, we indicate the status and primary findings of the projects analysis phase of the needs for future trainings from the perspective of the end user organizations. To do so, we describe the conduction of workshops and the insights provided by them: First, the state of current training procedures, and second, the management and policy perspective on the MED1stMR project. These results will be used in the next phase for the development of innovative training approaches for effective performance in medical emergencies.
|Titel||SafeThessaloniki 2022 Proceedings|
|Publikationsstatus||Veröffentlicht - 2022|
|Veranstaltung||9th International Conference on Civil Protection & New Technologies - SafeThessaloniki 2022 - |
Dauer: 29 Sept. 2022 → 1 Okt. 2022
|Konferenz||9th International Conference on Civil Protection & New Technologies - SafeThessaloniki 2022|
|Zeitraum||29/09/22 → 1/10/22|
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