URG’ Assistant de Régulation Médicale
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The only training guide
that covers the essentials of medical concepts
Medical Regulatory Assistants (MRAs), an essential element of the emergency medical assistance service (SAMU) and of the listening of extra-hospital emergencies, were brought to the forefront in the world of health in 2018 with the "Strasbourg affair". It appeared that the first interlocutors during a telephone call to the "centre 15" did not have a diploma and a very heterogeneous training. These incidents first referred each SAMU to the need to train their MRAs.
As a result of the many questions that emerged about the role and missions of the MRAs, a single national curriculum is being set up... Indeed, their recruitment level was for the time being the baccalaureate, so they had no medical knowledge at all!
This book responds to the lack of training support for this profession, which plays a key role in emergencies. The authors have chosen to present it in the form of a dictionary in order to facilitate its reading. Indeed, MRAs are evolving in an environment where the
language is "coded", the specific vocabulary and numerous acronyms ...
Beyond the lexicon and explanation (which borders on popularization), most of the terms are presented with specific messages to remember for their professional practice.
SAMU 93 - CESU 93 - UF Recherche-Enseignement-Qualité, Université Paris 13, Sorbonne Paris Cité, Inserm U942, Hôpital Avicenne, Bobigny