The Fondation Lenval and CoBTeK team of the Université Cote d’Azur, in collaboration with the EUCVT consortium and the Metropole Nice Côte d’Azur :

Lenval Webinar on acute response protocols after a terrorist attack, 16 July – 10:00 to 12:30 CEST (GMT + 2)

In a globalized world, terror attacks happening in one country are most likely to affect foreign people. In this seminar, experts from different countries and backgrounds will share the emergency organization protocols after a terror attack in their respective countries. Based on real examples terror attacks, the speakers will focus on what happened in the acute phase, on what worked well and the main challenges they faced. The overall objective is to show how aligned are the protocols in different countries, and what are the challenges to face to ensure international coordination and help for foreign victims.

Confirmed speakers include:

Prof. ASKENAZY Florence, Hôpitaux Pédiatriques de Nice CHU-Lenval and Université Cote d’Azur, FRANCE
Dr. PRIETO Nathalie, National Referent of the CUMP (Cellules d’Urgence Médico-Psychologique), CHU de Lyon, FRANCE
Dr. STENE Lise Eilin, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, Oslo, NORWAY
Ms. MICHAEL Idit, Head of Programming and Senior Mental Health Professional, NATAL Global, ISRAEL
Dr. JONES Clare and Dr. BARRETT Alan, Greater Manchester Resilience Hub, UK
Prof. PORCAR BECKER Ingeborg, Unidad de Crisis de Barcelona, SPAIN
Prof. DUCKERS Michel, ARQ National Psychotrauma Centre, THE NETHERLANDS

The webinar will be in English. There is no registration free, but registration is mandatory (max 100 participants). The deadline for registration is July 15th. After registration, you will receive a Zoom link by email to join.

This webinar will be followed by an international expert panel on 16 July, 14:00 – 17:00 CEST, aimed at developing recommendations for psychosocial support to first responders and victims of terrorist attacks in the acute phase. If you wish to participate in this afternoon event, please contact

Registration form – 16 July