IN PHOTOS: Reservists from six provinces receive medical training in P.E.I.
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Reservists from throughout Japanese Canada joined forces in Charlottetown on March 25-26 for emergency medical coaching.
Hosted by Halifax’s thirty third Area Ambulance, the coaching train happened for the ninth straight yr on the Queen Charlotte Armoury.
Capt. Rebecca Doiron of the thirty third stated the weekend would come with coaching just like what nurses obtain for civilian accidents, plus the sort of casualties present in battle zones.
Coming from P.E.I., New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Quebec and Ontario, the trainees began the morning with paramedicine instructors at Holland School.
Later, they practised these expertise in “dwell hearth” eventualities with actual weapons capturing blanks.
One other station was arrange outdoors the armory for an SEV — particular tools automobile — which was arrange as a cell medical unit for performing emergency resuscitation.
Logan MacLean is a reporter with SaltWire Community in Charlottetown.