AIDER courses aim to transmit information and practices (protocols) duly validated in each training program.
AIDER protocols are backed by scientific evidence, the knowledge acquired through the scientific method.
• Quality: a scientific discovery is of quality when the research method used was adequate, when the experiments carried out were rigorous, and when it can be translated into recommendations (that is, indications to act in a certain way).
The courses are internationally certified by AIDER. Depending on each program, AIDER reviews the content of different scientific research organizations in order to establish the protocols and techniques accepted and updated worldwide.
This structure and work dynamic guarantees that the final recommendations for health professionals and lay rescuers are the product of a true international consensus.