Youth MFR Course

The Youth Medical First Responder (MFR) course has been created to involve people who want to know how to tackle emergency situations. This training builds upon the foundational knowledge of first-aid. Through this training, you will have all the required knowledge to help and save lives, reduce pain for the patients and minimize injuries before reaching the hospital. 

This course has been designed by Pak Health Consultants (PHC), which is currently the leading solution provider in the field of health care. PHC believes in taking health care facilities in Pakistan to a higher level and standard. Keeping this aim in mind, PHC intends to make the citizens more responsive to healthcare emergencies; for which, PHC has designed this course of Youth MFR. It will allow young people to save the lives of people and become responsible citizens.

What is the Course About?

Our trained instructors will help the learners in identifying risk factors, applying appropriate techniques, implementing safety measures, and preparing for emergencies. The learners are introduced to standardized assessment protocol, which helps them in diagnosing exactly what is going wrong with the patient. It also guides them about oxygen administration, which means that they will know how to help the patient to breathe again and return back to normal oxygen levels. Moreover, this course will also train them in advanced injury management skills, through which the learners would understand how to tackle the injured body part on the spot. 

This course facilitates students by providing some pre-course study material as well so that they have a basic knowledge of what to expect in the course. The course includes multiple methods of evaluation along with practical sessions, which check the understanding of the students. The course instructors would provide plenty of hands-on scenarios which will be realistically portrayed to guide the students on how to deal with real-life situations.

What are the Modules Included in the Course?

Certified by Columbia University (USA), Comprehensive Disaster Response Services (CDRS) and Shifa International Hospital (Pakistan), this course has the following modules to offer:  

  1. Preparation
  2. Patient Assessment
  3. Airway Management
  4. Shock and Resuscitation
  5. Trauma Emergencies
  6. Medical Emergencies
  7. Psychological Emergencies
  8. Special Condition Patients
  9. Operations and Transport

For the facilitation of the learners, this course can also be arranged over the weekends, if required. The syllabus and modules can also be personalized by the clients, based on their requirements. Each module will have a practical demonstration given in detail by the instructors. The students would be allowed to interact with the medical professionals for answering queries. The participants would be assessed through written and practical exams to assure clarity of understanding. Once the course is completed, participants would be provided with authorized course completion certificates, which would be proof that they are now ready to tackle medical emergencies on the spot.

Who Can Benefit From This Course?

Employers who are looking to have an on-site MFR team in their organization can utilize this course to train that team. This Youth MFR team can effectively handle injuries at the workplace too, particularly in those organizations where the risk factor of injury is quite high. Moreover, this course is also suitable for individuals who simply intend to better prepare themselves for emergencies or those who want to pursue handling of medical emergencies as their future career. Furthermore, this training is also useful for youth who have started working in medical emergency departments and trauma wards. Additionally, those involved in the following professions may also benefit from this course: firefighters, paramedics, law enforcement, industrial medical staff, first-aid attendants, and emergency service providers. Lastly, this course is useful for any individual seeking to know how to provide an initial medical response to a patient.