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Reprint | Red Cross Society of Inner Mongolia Held the 2nd Teachers Contest for Red Cross Emergency Nurses in the Whole Region

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  On September 6 when the 19th World First Aid Day was approaching, Lao Niu Life School the 2nd Teachers Contest for Red Cross Emergency Nurses in the Whole Region, sponsored by Red Cross Society of China Inner Mongolia Branch and co-organized by the Red Cross Society of China Inner Mongolia Hohhot, was held in Hohhot. Meng Kebaoyin, member of the Party Group and Deputy Director, Chen Hua, member of the Party Group and Secretary General of Red Cross Society of China Inner Mongolia Branch, Cai Tielei, member of the Party Group of Red Cross Society of China Inner Mongolia Hohhot, Yang Jing, Project Officer of our Foundation, and 60 members of the red cross representative teams from 12 league cities in the whole region participated in the contest.

  In 2018, our Foundation cooperated with Red Cross Society of China Inner Mongolia Branch and conducted Lao Niu Life School Program (third session). This activity is a part of the program, aiming at introducing competition to constantly improve the level of teachers for emergency rescue and promote the communication of project experience among various league cities.

  The 19th “World First Aid Day” falls on September 8 this year with the theme First Response to Road Crashes. In memory of World First Aid Day, Red Cross Society of China Inner Mongolia Branch held the activity of the 2nd Teachers Contest for Red Cross Emergency Nurses in the Whole Region on September 6. This activity is an important part of Lao Niu Life School Program. 60 members from red cross representative teams in 12 leagues cities in the region participated in the contest.

  The contest falls into three parts, namely demonstration of theory teaching, practical operation CPR, and practical operation of trauma rescue, and all the three parts would be rated by the judges on the site.


1538215382679902.jpg- In demonstration of theory teaching, the contestants were highlighting the theme with clear logic and teaching without notes in the whole process.

 

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1538215435458675.jpg- In CPR practical operation, the contestants fully demonstrated good psychological quality and solid rescue skills.


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1538215510585146.jpg- In the practical operation of trauma rescue, the contestants were binding up with skillful techniques and instant reaction


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- Judges on the site were making comments carefully


  After one days’ fierce competition, the representative team from Erdos won the first prize, the representative teams from Chifeng City and Hohhot won the second prizes, and the representative teams from Ulanqab, Hulunbuir and Wuhai City won the third prizes. The competition also selected the top three in theory teaching, CPR practical operation and practical operation of trauma rescue.


1538215616756929.jpg- Meng Kebaoyin, member of the Party Group and Deputy Director, presenting the prize to contestants from Erdos.


1538215718112416.jpg- Chen Hua, member of the Party Group and Secretary General of Red Cross Society of China Inner Mongolia Branch, presenting the prize to contestants from Chifeng City.


1538215761276091.jpg- After the competition, leaders from Red Cross Society of China Inner Mongolia Branch, judges and prize-winners took a group photo to mark the occasion.


  Conducting training for emergency rescue is an important responsibility endowed by Law of the People's Republic of China on Red Cross Society to red cross societies at various levels, as well as one of the traditional businesses of the red cross society with extensive mass basis. Over the years, the red cross societies at various levels in our region have insisted on taking the training of emergency rescue as the core work of red cross societies and paying persistent attention to it. As a result, the work has gradually been widely accepted and strongly supported by all sectors of society. In the past five years, red cross societies at various levels have cumulatively trained 248,400 red cross rescue workers, popularized emergency rescue knowledge for 1.4238 Million person times, and trained 971 teachers for emergency rescue.