In March 2018, the DARWIN Community of Practitioners (DCOP) met in Sweden to input to the development of the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines. You can now watch video interviews with some of these experts on how the DARWIN project has impacted their work.
The DARWIN Community of Practitioners is composed of experts from the fields of crisis management, resilience and emergency response. The purpose of the DCOP is to share knowledge and expertise on how to enable rapid, effective and coordinated responses to crises.
The experts interviewed in these videos – ranging from London Ambulance Service and Israel’s Ministry of Health – discuss why they became members of the DCOP and how it has helped them in their work. The experts also discuss their plans to use the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines, and other tools developed by the DARWIN project, in their work.
If you are interested in joining the DARWIN Community of Practitioners, email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can watch the videos by clicking the following links:
Interview with David Azoulay, Ministry of Health of Israel
Interview with Rob Tesselmans, Emergency and Disaster Manager
Interview with Idoia Revilla Uzkiza, Pre-Hospital Care Unit Manager
Interview with Paul Sandy, Swedish Ambulance Service and Paramedic
Interview with Giulia Dagliana, Centre for Clinical Risk Management and Patient Safety
Interview with Anthony Smoker, Division of Risk Management and Societal Risk at Lund University
Interview with Andy Beasley, Incidence Response Officer at the London Ambulance Service
Interview with Rachele Brancaleoni, Research Assistant at Catholic University of the Sacred Heart