Site news

    Picture of Kelly Kirk
    Site Update: 3-29-21 18:24
    by Kelly Kirk - Monday, 29 March 2021, 5:32 PM
     

    We have the site back up and running. 

    Currently, we are working to identify any additional issues.  A recurring issue involves launching a Module/Lesson.  Whenever you click to launch the lesson, the title of the lesson appears above a blank page.  If you see this, please contact us at: 

    support@911elearning.com

    336-971-7771

    336-989-8117 (Text)

    Please be sure to include the course you are in and the lesson that is causing the issue.

    We apologize for any inconvenience.

     


    Available courses

    Target Audience:

    Healthcare professionals and students

    Course Description:

    This course provides the fundamental knowledge necessary to identify, assess, and manage basic musculoskeletal injuries.

    Objectives:

    At the end of this course the learners will be able to...

        •Identify the anatomy and function of the musculoskeletal system.

        •Describe the different types of musculoskeletal injuries.

        •Explain the general assessment and management of musculoskeletal injuries.

    Prerequisites:

    High school diploma or GED and/or reading at the 10th grade level

     Course Length: 3 hour

    Course Cost: $15.00


    Target Audience:

    BLS Healthcare professionals and students

    Course Description:

    This course is designed to educate medical providers in treating and caring for patients suffering from heat emergencies as well as assessing, treating, and transporting patients with submersion injuries.

    Objectives:

    At the end of this course the learners will be able to...

      • Define heat illness
      • Describe the signs & symptoms of heat related emergencies
      • Define thermoregulation
      • Discuss considerations in treating a patient with a heat related emergency
      • Describe the treatment of a patient with various heat related emergencies
      • Define drowning and near drowning.
      • Define barotrauma.
      • Define decompression sickness.
      • Recognize various water related trauma and injuries.
      • Provide resuscitative efforts for victims.
      • Provide proper treatment to patients with various water related injuries.

    Prerequisites:

    High school diploma or GED and/or reading at the 10th grade level

     Course Length: 4 hour

    Course Cost: $20.00


    Target Audience:

    Basic healthcare professionals and students

    Course Description:

    This course provides the fundamental knowledge necessary to identify, assess, and manage basic neurological emergencies with a focus on seizures.

    Objectives:

    At the end of this course the learners will be able to...

    • Explain fundamental pathophysiology related to basic neurological emergencies.
    • Define fundamental terminology.
    • Discuss epidemiology of common neurological emergencies.
    • Identify common causes of basic neurological emergencies.
    • Describe different types of seizures and associated assessment findings.
    • Describe how to assess, manage and treat a patient experiencing a seizure.
    • Describe the basic anatomy and function of the brain.
    • Discuss the importance of scene size-up and scene safety.
    • Discuss related protocols and procedures for basic neurological emergencies.
    • State age-related considerations for the assessment and management of basic neurological emergencies.
    • Discuss the importance of proper communication, legal considerations, documentation, and transport decisions.

    Prerequisites:

    High school diploma or GED and/or reading at the 10th grade level

     Course Length: 3 hours

     Course Cost: $15.00


    Target Audience:

    BLS Healthcare professionals and students

    Course Description:

    This course is designed to educate the healthcare providers to be able to recognize the red flags commonly found on assessment with patients of abuse, violence, and human trafficking. This course will discuss the various reporting agencies for those victims of abuse, violence, or trafficking.

    Objectives:

    At the end of this course the learners will be able to...

    • Identify the characteristics of at-risk populations.
    • Describe the recommended actions EMS professionals should take when encountering at-risk patients.
    • Identify the circumstances that may indicate human trafficking, domestic violence, or non-accidental trauma.
    • Identify the appropriate actions of EMS professional when caring for abused patients.
    • Identify additional training resources for human trafficking and domestic violence.

      Prerequisites:

      High school diploma or GED and/or reading at the 10th grade level

       Course Length: 3 hour

      Course Cost: $15.00


      Target Audience:

      BLS Healthcare professionals and students

      Course Description:

      This course provides the fundamental knowledge necessary to assess pediatric patients.

      The following additional topics will be covered:

      • Pediatric emergencies
      • Differences in the anatomy and physiology of various age groups
      • Developmental milestones for pediatrics
      • Assessment and management of pediatric patients

      Objectives:

      At the end of this course the learners will be able to...

      • Identify the basic definitions and epidemiology pertaining to pediatric emergencies
      • Describe the differences in the anatomy and physiology of infants, children, and adults
      • Describe the developmental milestones and their implications for pediatric pre-hospital care
      • Describe the essential elements of the assessment and management of pediatric patients

        Prerequisites:

        High school diploma or GED and/or reading at the 10th grade level

         Course Length: 3 hour

        Course Cost: $15.00


        Target Audience:

        BLS Healthcare professionals and students

        Course Description:

        This course provides the fundamental knowledge necessary to understand Evidence-Based Medicine as it relates to emergency medical services.

        Objectives:

        At the end of this course the learners will be able to...

        • Define Evidence-Based Guidelines.
        • Explain how research applies to EMS.
        •  Explain fundamental research principles.
        • Define fundamental research terminology.
        • Define Evidence-Based Medicine and practice.
        • Describe evidence-based decision-making.
        • Identify resources available through NASEMSO.
        • Differentiate between a primary and secondary source.
        • Identify common research data-bases and how to use them.
        • Identify resources and initiatives that promote EMS research.
        • Explain how to create a basic outline or synopsis of an article. 
        • Describe the National Prehospital Evidence-base Guideline Model Process. 
        • Describe the structure of a scientific article and identify characteristics of commonly used sections.

        Prerequisites:

        High school diploma or GED and/or reading at the 10th grade level

         Course Length: 3 hour

        Course Cost: $15.00


        Target Audience:

        Healthcare professionals and students

        Course Description:

        This Course is designed to educate medical providers in techniques and procedures for safe Lifting and moving.

        Objectives:

        At the end of this course the learners will be able to...

        1. Discuss proper techniques for lifting and moving
        2. Differentiate Urgent, Non-Urgent, and Emergency Moves
        3. Describe a variety of lifting and moving equipment used in   EMS

          Prerequisites:

          High school diploma or GED and/or reading at the 10th grade level

           Course Length: 1 hour

          Course Cost: $5.00