Work of EMS in a cardiac arrest situation

Have you ever seen how an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest is managed in real-time? With limited resources, limited access, with an experienced and determined pre-hospital team? We will try to bring you a first-person view and lessons learned to get you started.

Work of EMS in Mass Casualty IncidentS 

A mass casualty incident (MCI) describes an incident in which emergency medical services resources, such as personnel and equipment, are overwhelmed by the number and severity of casualties. The most common types of MCIs are generally caused by terrorism, mass-transportation accidents, fires or natural disasters. In this lecture, you will get to know the systems in place to turn utter chaos to well-managed order.


In one intense day, you will get a chance to take part in a condensed Resuscitation course, adapted to match a medical student’s skill and knowledge level. It will be run by a team of extremely dedicated ERC-qualified instructors. You will take part in lectures, interactive workshops, skill stations and cardiac arrest simulations. 

More information coming soon!

Traumatic injuries

We promised a trauma school, right? There will be dedicated lectures on injuries of upper and lower limb, chest, abdomen and spine. You will have a unique opportunity to discuss all kinds of injuries and how to manage them in the field with acclaimed Slovenian trauma surgeons.