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Formation à l’arrêt cardiaque des ambulanciers en France

Abstract : Nowadays, one French person dies suddenly, unexpectedly every 15 minutes. Unfortunately,only 7-9% of patients are resuscitated. Other countries perform much better (20-25%). Paramedics and emergency professionals are faced with this vital emergency of cardiac arrest.There are two statuses in this paramedical profession: the auxiliary ambulance driver (AA) and the state-certified ambulance driver (ADE).) The AFGSU (certificate of training in emergencyprocedures and care) is a common base for these two professional trainings. During this training, cardiopulmonary arrest (ACR) is discussed. So why this finding? Is the AFGSU suitable,sufficient to optimally train out-of-hospital health personnel? What educational tools aredeployed by the trainer during the ACR sequence? In connection with theoretical frameworks,this work will analyze through learning, simulation how the learner will acquire skills. Theobjective of this work is to open up new perspectives in this training, and "ultimately" save lives.
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Olivier Venturini. Formation à l’arrêt cardiaque des ambulanciers en France. Education. 2021. ⟨dumas-03524928⟩



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