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This 4-hour session is designed to assist the instructor in preparing the student on what to do, and not do, when transporting the patient after the initial scene management and when life-saving interventions have been completed.
This 4-hour session has been developed to aid the program director and faculty members of a paramedic program in understanding the portfolio requirements developed by the National Registry. It also helps implement portfolio requirements into their existing programs.
This four or six-hour workshop is designed to aid the instructor in creating realistic moulage and scenes without costing a fortune. The six-hour workshop provides the same information as the four-hour workshop but with much more practice time.
This 8-hour workshop teaches admission assessments that include learning preferences, improving student prerequisites and study habits. It also teaches how to implement a testing and teaching style that is educational and relatable.
This 8-hour workshop is an essential for any program director or any other individual who must prepare for accreditation. The workshop will look at commonalities in all accreditation standards as well as look at specific nuances and requirements of each of the major accrediting bodies for EMS, Nursing, and Allied Health. We will also provide insight into how to prepare for the initial accreditation as well as site visits and renewals. Finally, we will provide methods to keep track of this in a simplified package that meets these requirements.
At the conclusion of this session, the participant will be able to: 1. State at least 3 benefits of keeping records electronically. 2. Explain at least 3 benefits of tracking clinical experiences of students electronically.