DMAT is an acronym for "Disaster Medical Assistance Team" and refers to "a trained medical team with the agility to be active in the acute phase of a disaster." Following the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake in 1995, the disaster medical assistance team "Japan DMAT" was established in April 2005.The team consists of doctors, nurses, and business coordinators (medical staff other than doctors / nurses and clerical staff), and is used for about 4 hours, which is called the acute phase, in the field of large-scale disasters and accidents involving many injured people. Have the mobility and professional training to be able to work within.In September 48, the hospital conducted a large-scale disaster prevention drill jointly with the Fukuoka City Fire Department and the Fukuoka Prefectural Police in anticipation of a large-scale earthquake.
Founded in 1934, Fukuoka University is one of the leading comprehensive universities in western Japan, with 9 faculties, 31 departments, 10 graduate schools, and about 20,000 people gathered on one campus.A variety of departments work together to provide unique and highly specialized educational programs."Liberal arts seminars" and modern society to learn with a small number of people […]