EXERTER is pleased to invite you to the webinar:

Interpol's experiences from the field


Tuesday, 2nd December 2020
From 14:00 to 16:00 CET (preliminary)
Via Zoom,

Information on registration will follow shortly.

The talk:

The webinar is presented in the context of the current work in EXERTER, which this year deals with issues connected to a suicide bomber scenario. The presenters will share some of their experiences in the field with us. There will also be a short time for questions and discussion.

The Presenters:

Alan Grimmer and Ian Tippett, Interpol


EXERTER is pleased to invite you to the webinar and online talk:

Citizen Aid- the research behind a system for managing casualties from explosive events

by Peter Mahoney

Tuesday, 9th June 2020
From 14:00 to 14:30 CET (UTC +2)
Via Zoom,

To join the webinar, you need to register beforehand. Please follow this link to register.

After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The Talk: The talk will consider the CitizenAid (https://www.citizenaid.org/external link, opens in new window) programme. The presenter will describe a series of work streams around blast and ballistic injury that underpin the system - as well as the military operational experience from recent conflicts.

The Presenter: Peter Mahoney CBE was a founder of the CitizenAid project. Through his extensive medical and former military experience (including as the first Defence Professor of Anaesthesia, 2008-2016), he is well respected for his involvement in battlefield trauma and emergency planning.

The CitizenAid programme is one methodology that have the potential of saving lives in case of an attack. We would therefore like to invite you to join us in listening to the talk and get more information about the programme as well as its clinical background.


FOI, Swedish Defence Research Agency
Department of Weapon Effects and Security of Explosives

SE-164 90 Stockholm



Anneli Ehlerding

Project Manager

Tel : +46 8 555 030 00
Email: anneli.ehlerding@foi.se

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 786805.