Program 2022

Book of Abstracts is available for download!

Day 1: 04/02/2021

08:30 – 09:30: Test & Registration

09:30 – 10:00: Welcome

10:00 – 10:30 a.m.: Keynote Ulrich Schreiner (Björn Steiger Foundation)

10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.: Session 1

Room 1 – Education

The training to become an emergency paramedic: a convincing and satisfying training? A nationwide study of satisfaction with the paramedic training process – Madeleiner Lester

Learning medical procedures from emergency paramedics – challenges and approaches for a high level of competence – Markus Flentje

Room 2 – Management

The relevance of the topic “life-saving emergency measures” in school lessons – Lars Gburczyk

Need for medical qualifications among executives of the voluntary fire brigade – Fabian Tarnowski and Nils Machinia

11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Lunch break

12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Session 2

Room 1 – control room

IT security in the critical infrastructure BOS control center – Jens Christiansen

Simulation of control center processes – Dominik Martus, Eva Hirschberg and Alina Trenkle

EXPECT – A study of expectations, attitudes and experiences with and about non-police security control centers in the Federal Republic of Germany – Rafael Trautmann and Julius Ballé

Room 2 – Questions of principle

A bibliometric analysis of paramedicine publications: 2010-2019 – Brett Williams (lecture in English)

Professionalization development in the German rescue service – a literature-based concept analysis – Janine Nakotte

Contrapower Harassment In Paramedicine: Experiences Of Academic Staff In Australian Universities – Brett Williams

2:00 p.m. – 2:20 p.m. Coffee break

14:20 – 15:50 Session 3

Room 1 – Education

D2PuLs: A simulation system for the training of major disaster situations in clinical and preclinical care – Tim Loose, Christian Bauer, Peter Bradl, Robert Konrad and Lukas Baierl

Virtual reality training in medical education: Possibilities of competence development and embedding in the field of learning using the example of emergency medical training and further education – Linus Liss

Virtual reality scenarios in rescue service training – experiences and expectations of paramedic students – Sebastian Sachs

Room 2 – Emergency Care

Experiencing Obstetric Training and Pre-Hospital Birth of Ambulance Workers – Solveigh Ludwig

Pre-hospital detection and optimized rescue chain of stroke patients with large vessel occlusion using a dispatcher-based identification score: protocol of the LESTOR approach – Nicole Zimmermann, Diana Rau, Clara Franck, Florian Schuchardt, Brich, Farin-Glattacker, Meier, Herrmann and miner

Utilization of psychosocial emergency care after the 2021 flood disaster in western Germany: A cross-sectional study – Sarah Preilipper and Dominik Blunck

15:50-16:05 Joint end of the day

From 4:30 p.m.: General meeting of the DGRe e. V. (For members only)

Day 2: 04/03/2022

08:00 – 09:00: Test & Registration

09:00 – 09:15: Welcome

09:15 – 10:45: Session 4

Room 1 – Questions of principle

The reform of emergency care – Andreas Pitz

Attacks against helping officials – results of the joint project AMBOSafe – Paulina Lutz, Lena Fecher and Fredericke Leuschner

emergency supplies? Solution approaches for targeted emergency care – Stefanie Popp (cancelled at short notice and replaced by:)

Study intentions of German rescuers – Thomas Hofmann

Room 2 – Emergency Care

Inventory and improvement possibilities of the cooperation at interfaces of preclinical care – Karin Kohlstedt-Eisenträger and Sven Nolte

Application of methods and models of the time series analysis on the hourly ambulance demand in the emergency service of Cologne – Luis Teichmann

10:45 – 11:45: Coffee break & poster session

11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.: Session 5

Room 1: Management

Here To Stay? Occupational career of EMS staff of an Austrian EMS provider – Florian Zahorka

Cross-border rescue service – despite open borders, a working environment with barriers – Robert Konrad

Pain, analgesic use and associated factors in German rescue workers – Luis Möckel, Mara Mohr, Johannes Schillings, Angela Gerhard, Christoph I. Armbrust and Christina Möckel

Room 2: Education

Professional didactics for emergency paramedics – background and requirements – Christian Frieß

Occupational analysis of paramedics: The interdependence of a profession and its training – Julia Schröder

Young professionals for the rescue service? How trainee paramedics see their professional future – René Lehweß-Litzmann and Thomas Hofmann

1:15 – 2:00 p.m.: Lunch break

2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.: Session 6

Room 1: Management

Health of rescue workers in Germany: results of a cross-sectional study – Luis Möckel, Tobias May, Christina Arnold, Leona Maass, Thomas Hofmann and Christina Möckel

Influence of the corona pandemic on the organizational and professional commitment of German rescuers – Thomas Hofmann and Luis Möckel

Inability to work and associated factors among rescue workers in Germany: results of the EMS Health Study – Tobias May, Christina Arnold, Leona Maass, Thomas Hofmann and Luis Möckel

Room 2: Questions of principle

SPELL – Intelligent Systems for Operational Support – Christian Elsenbast and Eric Rietzke

Emergency care and rescue service in Germany “Particularism vs. system thinking” – Maresa Neuerer and Simone Böbel

Artificial intelligence in rescue services – ways into the future – Melanie Reuter-Oppermann

3:30 – 3:45 p.m.: Farewell