By the initiative of WHO and with the support of Azerbaijan’s Heydar Aliyev Foundation, State Agency on Mandatory Health Insurance, Management Union of Medical Territorial Units (TABIB) and the Ministry of Health, REACT-C19 project aiming to strengthen basic skills in combating coronavirus (COVID-19) have been launched in the hospitals in the country’s regions, Trend reports on Apr. 16. Speaking at the presentation of the project, Chairman of TABIB Ramin Bayramli said that 19 Azerbaijani doctors working in Turkey are participating in the initiative.
The goal of the project is to develop basic skills necessary for the treatment of coronavirus infected patients in regional hospitals.
As part of the project, it is planned to use the triage system in regional hospitals, establish resuscitation systems, create necessary conditions and carry out training for the medical staff of the hospitals.
In addition, online, mobile and digital technologies will be introduced in the hospitals to facilitate the work of the trained personnel.
There are specialists for the diagnosis and treatment of SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), control, triage and management of cases of infection in each of the teams of Azerbaijani doctors who came from Turkey.
These specialists underwent trainings in leading universities of Turkey, practice in the relevant fields and received the necessary training. Along with this, they have mastered stress management skills. Doctors and nurses are specialists in their field, so the trainings are aimed at improving their knowledge and skills, in particular for the use of additional innovative medical devices.
Trainings in each hospital will be held under the direction of directors and chief physicians for 2 weeks.