Aeromedical critical care

In tandem with the Mongolian Medical Responder training program in 2023, NEMA doctors who work on the aeromedical helicopters received 10-days of intensive face-to-face training (80-hours) in aeromedical transport and critical care.

In 2024, the Aeromedical Doctors and Nurses will receive and 80-hour blended learning curriculum with online study combined with 5-days (40-hours) of engaging face-to-face training and high fidelity patient simulation.

About the project

mongolia aeromedical helicopter
mongolia aeromedical helicopter
“ Where the project has delivered training so far, lives are being saved, patient outcomes have improved and I expect this will continue as the project is implemented nationally.”

Mongolian Society for Emergency Medicine (2023)