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Semaine
1
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1 heure pour terminer

General Introduction

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Reading
2 vidéos (Total 5 min), 5 lectures
Video2 vidéos
The importance of addressing violence against Health Care together -Angela Gussing (Regional Director for the Americas, ICRC)2 min
Reading5 lectures
Syllabus10 min
Course Summary10 min
General References10 min
Key terms - Glossary and Acronyms10 min
Acknowledgements10 min
Heures pour terminer
4 heures pour terminer

Module 1: Health-care personnel: ethical principles of health care in times of armed conflict and other emergencies

The purpose of this first module on violence against health care Is to highlight and understand the situations and the constraints faced on the ground in conflicts and emergencies. These sitautions will be analysed both from the health care providers perspective as well as from the beneficiairies perspective. A special focus on Mental Health and psychosocial support, ethical dilemmas and riks analysis...
Reading
12 vidéos (Total 59 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video12 vidéos
1.1.1 Me, The health provider - Esperanza Martinez, (Head of the health unit, ICRC)4 min
1.1.2 Human resource challenges - Esperanza Martinez, (Head of the health unit, ICRC) min
1.1.3 The ethical issues - Robin Coupland, (former field surgeon, ICRC)2 min
1.1.4 Health Care in Danger: Voices of the Community - Dr Otmar Kloiber, (Secretary General, WMA)2 min
1.1.5 The perspective of the beneficiaries - Eric Bernes, (Coordinator, First Aid & Prehospital Emergency care programs, ICRC)6 min
1.2.1 Quantitative data and their bias - Robin Coupland, (former field surgeon, ICRC)2 min
1.3.1 Introduction to help the helpers’ strategy - Carla Uriarte, (Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Advisor, Health Unit, ICRC)7 min
1.3.2 Help the Helpers program in Mexico (Excerpt from MHPSS film Healing Hidden Wounds, 2015)17 min
1.3.3 MHPSS delegate interview (encapsulating presentation with Excerpt from Health care in Gaza: Mental health support for frontline workers, 2015)3 min
1.4.1 Explanation of the vulnerable groups, their invisibility and early search for them - Stephane Du Mortier, (Head of the Primary Health Care Services, ICRC)7 min
Course summary module 11 min
Reading1 lecture
Key resource for module 110 min
Semaine
2
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2 heures pour terminer

Module 2: The legal framework on the protection of health-care delivery

Today, an elaborate international legal framework exists whose aim is to guarantee protection of patients and health-care providers from violence in armed conflict or other emergencies. However, violence against patients and health-care providers remains a sad reality in such situations. Still, it is important for those who have an influence over the respect for the law, like State authorities, State armed forces, armed groups or members of communities, as well as for health-care professionals or those who will become health-care professionals themselves to identify who has to follow the law, what the rules describe and when they apply. A better understanding of the law may contribute to better behavior on the ground, if there is general willingness to comply with legal rules. For health-care professionals, the law may be a tool that can be invoked towards authorities, armed forces, armed groups and others for more effective protection. This module should contribute towards these aims by identifying international legal rules relevant to the protection of patients and health-care providers and pointing towards legal and practical challenges in their implementation....
Reading
12 vidéos (Total 82 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
Video12 vidéos
2.1.2 The scope of application of relevant legal frameworks - Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)9 min
2.1.3 The sources of international humanitarian law and international human rights law - Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)6 min
2.2.1a Case Study Yemen 1 : Operational implementation of obligation to provide impartial health care - Benjamin Charlier, (Legal Adviser, Advisory Services for International Humanitarian Law, ICRC) and Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)10 min
2.2.1b Case Study Yemen 1 : Operational implementation of obligation to provide impartial health care - Benjamin Charlier, (Legal Adviser, Advisory Services for International Humanitarian Law, ICRC) and Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)6 min
2.2.2a Challenges under domestic law for guaranteeing impartial delivery of health care: example of Colombia. Skype interview German Parra Gallego, (Operational Legal Adviser, ICRC Bogota) and Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)6 min
2.2.2b Challenges under domestic law for guaranteeing impartial delivery of health care: example of Colombia. b) Skype interview Jorge Arturo Cubides Granados, (Interinstitutional coordinator of the programme by the Presidency of Colombia on human rights and international humanitarian law) and Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)8 min
2.2.3 Case Study Yemen 2: Legal aspects relevant to attacks against health-care facilities - Marisela Silva Chau, (Thematic Legal Adviser, ICRC and formerly Operational-Legal Adviser for ICRC Afghanistan, Colombia and Peru) and Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)9 min
2.2.4 Case study Yemen 3: Legal aspects relevant to obstructions of passage of medical transports - Marisela Silva Chau, (Thematic Legal Adviser, ICRC and formerly Operational-Legal Adviser for ICRC Afghanistan, Colombia and Peru) and Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)7 min
2.3.1 The red cross, red crescent and red crystal emblems-authorized uses, misuses and associated obligations - Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)7 min
2.3.2 Other symbols and possibilities of identification - Alexander Breitegger, (Legal Adviser, ICRC)4 min
Course Summary module 21 min
Reading2 lectures
Key resources for module 210 min
A health-care facility embroiled in military operations (please read before attempting the quiz !)10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law application (please read above case study text, before starting quiz!)30 min
Semaine
3
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2 heures pour terminer

Module 3: Ambulance and prehospital services in risk situations

This module will inform you of the the general security challenges that ambulance and prehospital services face in situations of armed conflict or other emergencies. Unfortunately, challenges also include targetted attacks or threats of violence against the ambulance and prehospital. Direct and indirect attacks may be carried out by arms carriers, but also by the local communities themselves. Through the following chapters, we will try to understand some of the reasons behind such threats and attacks, as well as present you with some solutions that the service providers can implement to reduce risks and the impact that threats and attacks may have on the service providers and the people they seek to help. It should be noted that these solutions and good practices have to be considered up against the context in which they are to be implemented. What works in one country or area, may not be as relevant in another....
Reading
10 vidéos (Total 47 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video10 vidéos
3.1.1 Aggression against ambulance personnel due to expectations exceeding capacity2 min
3.1.2 Challenges and solutions: example from Lebanon - Frederik Siem, (Senior Adviser for Health Care in Danger, Norwegian Red Cross) and Rodney Eid, (Assistant Director for Crisis Management, Lebanese Red Cross)6 min
3.2.1 Consequences of ambulance misuse: example from Baghdad - Frederik Siem, (Senior Adviser for Health Care in Danger, Norwegian Red Cross) and Sally Al-Nakshabandi, (Humanitarian Leadership and Management School - HLMS, ICRC)10 min
3.2.2 Misuse of ambulances internally in the organization - Frederik Siem, (Senior Adviser for Health Care in Danger, Norwegian Red Cross)2 min
3.3.1 Solutions to operational dilemmas encountered in hot zones - Frederik Siem, (Senior Adviser for Health Care in Danger, Norwegian Red Cross)2 min
3.3.2 Importance of situational awareness in risk situations - Frederik Siem, (Senior Adviser for Health Care in Danger, Norwegian Red Cross)4 min
3.3.3 Reasons behind and consequences of ambulance obstruction: example of Colombia - Frederik Siem, (Senior Adviser for Health Care in Danger, Norwegian Red Cross) and Dr Francisco Moreno Carillo, (Director of General Health, Colombian Red Cross) and Pascal Ollé Coordinator department of Salud ICRC9 min
3.4.1 Adapting to violent situations in peaceful contexts: Example of Sweden - Jane Kautto, (President of the Swedish Ambulance Nurses Association)5 min
Course summary: module 31 min
Reading1 lecture
Key resources for module 310 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 3: Ambulance and prehospital services in risk situations30 min
Semaine
4
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2 heures pour terminer

Module 4: Hospital managers: ensuring the preparedness and security of health-care facilities in armed conflict and other emergencies

This module speaks of how health services are valuable at any time, but particularly during emergencies resulting from any hazard (radio nuclear, disease, chemical, food safety, social/political, natural); during emergencies, hospitals may face the additional burden of overcrowding, infrastructure damage, loss of staff, and increased violence against health care facilities and workers becoming victims of the emergencies themselves; therefore hospitals must be strengthened to stay safe and resilient even when faced with these difficult challenges....
Reading
12 vidéos (Total 60 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video12 vidéos
4.1.1 The well-being of health-care personnel - Dr Bruce Eshaya-Chauvin, (former Medical Adviser, Health Care in Danger Project, ICRC) and Amanda Baumgartner (Head Nurse, ICRC DRC)4 min
4.1.2 Relations between health-care personnel and patients - Dr Bruce Eshaya-Chauvin (former Medical Adviser, Health Care in Danger Project, ICRC) and Joana De Barros (Head Nurse, ICRC DRC)6 min
4.1.3 Who should be cared for first - Dr Bruce Eshaya-Chauvin (former Medical Adviser, Health Care in Danger Project, ICRC) and Felicity Machoka, (Hospital Project Manager, ICRC Pakistan).9 min
4.1.4 Hospital infrastructure, risk analysis and how to prepare - Federico Sittaro, (Water & Habitat - Strategic Planner: Health and Urban Infrastructures, ICRC)9 min
4.1.5 The multi-dimension approach to safeguarding medical care in armed conflict and other emergencies - François Delfosse, (Security Advisor for the Attacks on Hospitals Project at MSF)8 min
4.2.1 The importance of preparation of HC facilities for emergencies - Sona Bari, (Communications Manager at the WHO)2 min
4.2.2 The safe hospital index: an assessment report and action plan for resilience and safety - Jonathan Abrahams, (Technical Officer, Health Policy in Disaster Risk Management, Country Health Emergency Preparedness and International Health Regulations in WHO Asian Disaster Preparedness Center - ADPC)3 min
4.2.3 The safe hospital index: field implementation example in Nepal - Hyo Jeong Kim, (Technical officer for Humanitarian Policy & Guidance in WHO’s Health Emergencies Program)4 min
4.2.4 The safe hospital index: benefits and how to implement the program in your own country - Dr Rudi Coninx, (Coordinator of Humanitarian Policy and Guidance in WHO’s Health Emergencies Program)2 min
4.3.1 Violence in the emergency room. , Sylviane Stotzer, (Nurse, Emergency Service, University Hospitals of Geneva HUG)5 min
Course Summary Module 41 min
Reading1 lecture
Key resources for module 410 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Healthcare Facilities30 min
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par ABJul 13th 2017

Very clear, plenty of example and raise awareness about a critcal topic.

Enseignants

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Angela Gussing

Regional Director for the Americas
International Committee of the Red Cross
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Beat Stoll

Dr
PD, Coordinator of the Master of Science in Global Health, University of Geneva
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Esperanza Martinez

Dr, Head of Health
International Committee of the Red Cross
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Alexander Breitegger

Legal Adviser
International Committee of the Red Cross
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Frederik Siem

Senior Adviser for Health Care in Danger
Norwegian Red Cross (NorCross)
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Bruce Eshaya-Chauvin

Dr, Medical Advisor Health Care in Danger Project
International Committee of the Red Cross
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Jamie Williamson

Head of Unit, Relations with Arms Carriers
International Committee of the Red Cross
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Luigi Fratini

Head of Prevention Cell Unit, Law & Policy department
International Committee of the Red Cross

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