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New Delhi, 6 September 2018: The World Health Organization today called upon countries in its South-East Asia Region to strengthen emergency medical teams, to be better prepared to respond to public health...

Emergency medical teams provide urgent medical and surgical care in emergencies characterized by a surge in trauma or disease. Rehabilitation has historically not been included in the acute phase of care, as teams have either...

Geneva, 25 May 2018—This month the WHO Emergency Medical Teams (EMT) Secretariat classified the first Type 3 team in Asia—the China International Emergency Medical Team (Sichuan), adding to the global number...

When a health emergency situation occurs, rapid response saves lives. The prompt humanitarian response and effective coordination of emergency medical personnel is especially crucial during the first three to five days of the...

Oslo, 4 February 2018—This month the WHO Emergency Medical Teams (EMT) Secretariat internationally classified...

The group will become part of the international list of emergency medical teams that can be deployed quickly when requested by countries affected by disasters or emergencies

Washington, DC, September 26, 2017 (PAHO/WHO...

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Guidelines and Publications

Management of Limb Injuries during Disasters and Conflicts
EMT Blue Book
Minimum Standards for Rehabilitation

Forms

Self-assessment Checklist

Self-assessment Checklist (Type 1)

EMT SELF ASSESSMENT T1 F v2.0
EMT SELF ASSESSMENT T1 M v2.0

Self-assessment Checklist (Type 2)

EMT SELF ASSESSMENT T2 - Minimum Standards v 2.0

Self-assessment Checklist (Type 3)

EMT SELF ASSESSMENT T3 - Minimum Standards_Draft
EMT Coordination Forms

EMT Coordination Forms

EMT Exit Report Form
EMTCC Situation Report
Patient Referral Form