Andrea Conti

Medical doctor, graduated from Università degli Studi di Parma (Parma, Italy) in 2018, research fellow at CRIMEDIM. Currently, he is a resident in Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Università del Piemonte Orientale (Novara, Italy).

Andrea is currently involved in several disaster medicine educational and research activities. He is the coordinator of DisasterSISM and Training Disaster Medicine Trainers projects, respectively the Italian and the international training program in disaster medicine for medical students.

He’s part of the European Master in Disaster Medicine staff, where he’s in charge of the e-learning management. Andrea was deployed to Sierra Leone for the National Emergency Medical Service (NEMS) project, aimed at creating a national pre-hospital emergency medical system and he implemented a triage strategy for the ambulance service in Beira, Mozambique. He worked as physician in the primary care medical unit for the COVID-19 emergency. His scientific interest is toward prehospital services, disaster medicine and training in disaster medicine. Associate Editor of Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness journal (Cambridge Core), he is author of peer-reviewed articles published in international scientific journals.