Jazan University trains security personnel in CPR and First Aid
Jazan University: Media Department
The Simulation and Life Support Unit at the College of Medicine, in cooperation with University Security and the Deanship of Human Resources, in the presence of the Unit's Supervisor, Dr. Hasan Mashbari conducted a training program in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid for the third week in a row at the Southern Medical Complex, female section, which aims to train all university security personnel on emergency situations that might be encountered during work, how to deal with them, and provide urgent care in order to save lives.
The Assistant Supervisor of the Clinical Skills Unit at the College of Medicine, Professor Waheed Sahaqi, informed that the training program, which shall be conducted for 13 weeks, and will be conducted by the trainers of the Simulation and Life Support Unit at the College of Medicine and targets university security personnel to deal with emergency cases.
The course started with a presentation of video clips on cardiopulmonary resuscitation and a welcome speech from the Supervisor of the Simulation and Life Support Unit at the College of Medicine, Dr. Hassan Mashbari, and then Dr. Samira Omar gave an explanation of the CPR method, and the main concepts of resuscitation. The courses included training on first aid methods, how to deal with cases, some general instructions, and practical training on CPR and first aid.