Emergency Triage Assessment and Treatment (ETAT+)

ETAT+ is a comprehensive and proven intervention developed specifically for implementation in resource poor setting reaching the poorest and most vulnerable children in rural and peri-urban areas. This is a three-day course.
Respiratory device on dummy doll - used in ETAT+
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Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Pembroke Place
L3 5QA
United Kingdom

Spaces available

Fee - £350


The intervention package provides hands-on training to healthcare workers using evidence-based and up-to-date clinical protocols for identifying and managing the most common threats to newborn and child survival.

Learning aims, objectives and outcomes

  • Lessons outlining the effective treatment of key causes of childhood illness and how to manage those conditions in a low resource environment
  • Implementing the quality improvement agenda within the low resource hospital 
  • Helps participants promote teamwork and the integration of new skills and knowledge into everyday practice


Doctors and nurses who are looking to work in a low resource setting treating children. 

Really good, even if you don't have years of paediatric experience.

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