Jaana Palusaar RN MA

Education and experience in healthcare:

Applied higher education in nursing; nurse specialist in intensive care; experience in emergency medicine (EM) since 2000, currently head of the EM brigade in Tallinn ambulance.

Educational path and experience in teaching:

Master's degree in educational sciences (andragogy); Master's degree in social sciences (internal security); licensed first aid teacher since 2004.

The lecturer uses the traditional lecture format (50%), practical tasks (50%), including role-plays, simulations, problem-based learning methods, and group work. The trainer uses an illustrated presentation, resuscitation mannequins (adult and children), silicone trauma moles, AED resuscitation equipment.

Intensive care in the register of health care workers of the Health Board, reg. No. N06609

Uljana Šatalov

My work experience is quite rich, I managed to try to use my knowledge and skills in different directions: in emergency medicine, intensive care and anesthesia. Also, I am the first nurse in Estonia to be hired by the Alarm Center as a "on-call doctor" - before me only doctors worked in this position. Finally, I realized that my favorite field of medicine — what I feel, know, know, and love — is emergency medicine. I stayed on the mobile phone and started to share my experience and knowledge with others. I am currently dedicating myself to the work of a trainer-instructor.

Simulation group

The simulation group is an association of volunteers that simulates the victims of various trainings and exercises. The group's activities began in 2007, when the group participated in military-sports competitions organized by the Erna Society.