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    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: 

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    Available courses

    CE Credit:

    9 hours

    Target Audience:

    Advanced healthcare professionals (EKG Technicians, Paramedics, Nurses, Physicians) and students

    Course Description:

    This course starts with the very basics of cardiology and builds to ultimately give the learner the essential knowledge necessary to obtain and interpret a 12 lead ECG.  The course is beneficial for anyone wishing to learn how to obtain and interpret 12 lead ECGs.  At the conclusion of this course learners will have an opportunity to practice interpreting a multitude of actual ECGs.

    Objectives:

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

    • Describe the electrophysiology of the heart including the SA node, AV node, and Purkinje network.
    • Identify the proper skin prep and placement for limb and pre-cordial leads.
    • Describe the preferred methods for obtaining an artifact free ECG.
    • Identify and define the components of ECG graph paper.
    • Recognize and describe the P, Q, R, S, T waves.
    • Recognize and describe the causes of ST segment depression, elevation, and Q waves.
    • Recognize a ST segment myocardial infarction (STEMI).
    • Identify reciprocal changes on an ECG.
    • Explain the significance of reciprocal changes on an ECG.
    • Identify the location of a STEMI

    Prerequisites:

    A basic understanding of the electrophysiology of the heart is recommended but not necessary.

    Not Covered in this Course:

    This course does not cover rhythm interpretation (3 lead ECG) but focuses specifically on 12 Lead ECG interpretation

    Cost:

    $45.00 (USD)


    Target Audience:

    Healthcare professionals and students

    Course Description:

    This course provides the fundamental knowledge necessary to identify, assess, and manage basic psychiatric and behavioral emergencies.

    Objectives:

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

    • Explain fundamental pathophysiology as it relates to behavioral and psychiatric emergencies.
    • Define fundamental terminology.
    • Discuss epidemiology of psychiatric disorders.
    • Explain acute psychosis.
    • Identify signs of a patient with Agitated Delirium and explain how to approach a patient with this condition.
    • Identify well-known causes of behavioral and psychiatric emergencies.
    • Describe how to approach and manage a patient experiencing a behavioral or psychiatric emergency.
    • Assess, identify and manage behavioral and psychiatric emergencies.
    • Describe assessment findings for behavioral and psychiatric emergencies.
    • Identify risk factors, signs and symptoms for suicide risk.
    • Discuss the importance of scene size-up and scene safety.
    • Discuss related protocols and procedures for behavioral and psychiatric emergencies.
    • State age-related considerations for the assessment and management of psychiatric and behavioral emergencies.
    • Discuss the importance of proper communication, legal considerations, documentation, and transport decisions for a patient experiencing a behavioral or psychiatric emergency.
    • Explain the importance and procedures regarding restraining and taking patients against their will during behavioral and psychiatric emergencies.
    Prerequisites:

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

     Course Length: 3 hours

    Course Cost: $15.00


    Flight & Critical Care Review course logo

    Course Description

    The content and concepts covered in this course are designed for flight and critical care providers and include in-depth reviews of a variety of topics relative to the Critical Care practitioner.


    Course Acceptance

    This course is approved by the International Board of Specialty Certifications (IBSC®) and the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). The course meets the recertification requirements for currently certified FP-C® and/or CCP-C®.  UMBC accepts all 36 hours of CE toward recertification requirements of CCEMTP®. 

    The Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) does not specifically approve or endorse any particular courses.  However, we have confirmed with BCEN that they will accept all 36 hours of this course toward your CFRN®, CEN®, and CTRN® recertifications.

    Preparation

    Providers wishing to obtain their FP-C®, CCP-C®, CTRN®, or CFRN® may use this course to review concepts prior to taking the FP-C®, CCP-C®, CTRN®, or CFRN®examinations.  The content and concepts covered in this course are designed for the advanced EMS provider and include in-depth reviews of a variety of topics relative to the Critical Care practitioner. Upon completion of this course learners will be better prepared to take the FP-C®, CCP-C®, CTRN®, or CFRN® examinations if they so choose.

    Content Outline

    The Flight & Critical Care Review course will provide 36 hours of critical care specific continuing education (CE) hours for critical care personnel to use toward recertification. The course outline, topics, and objectives of this course are combined from those identified by the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification (BCCTPC) in both the FP-C and CCP-C “Candidate Handbook[s]” under the “Detailed Content Outline,” the International Association of Flight and Critical Care Paramedic (IAFCCP) “Preparatory Outline for FP-C and CCP-C Exams,” and the University of Baltimore Maryland County (UMBC) “CCEMTP Course Outline.”



    Topics and Hours
    Airway (3)
    Aircraft Safety & Transport (2)
    Burns (1)
    Cardiac Emergencies (3)
    Environmental Emergencies (1)
    Flight Physiology (1)
    General Medical Emergencies (3)
    Ground Transport Safety (1)
    Lab Analysis (1)


    Neonatal Emergencies (3)
    Neurological Emergencies (2)
    Obstetric Emergencies (4)
    Pediatric Emergencies (2)
    Preparatory (1)
    Respiratory Emergencies (2)
    Toxic Exposures (2)
    Trauma Emergencies (4)



    Course Description

    The content and concepts covered in this course are designed for flight and critical care providers and include in-depth reviews of a variety of topics relative to the Critical Care practitioner. 

    Course Acceptance

    This course is approved by the International Board of Specialty Certifications (IBSC®) and the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). The course meets the recertification requirements for currently certified FP-C® and/or CCP-C®.  UMBC accepts this course toward CE recertification requirements of CCEMTP®. 

    The Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) does not specifically approve or endorse any particular courses.  However, we have confirmed with BCEN that they will accept this course toward your CFRN®, CEN®, and CTRN® recertifications.

    Content Outline

    The Flight & Critical Care – Environmental Emergencies course will provide 1 hour of critical care specific continuing education (CE) hours for critical care personnel to use toward recertification. The course outline, topics, and objectives of this course are combined from those identified by the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification (BCCTPC) in both the FP-C and CCP-C “Candidate Handbook[s]” under the “Detailed Content Outline,” the International Association of Flight and Critical Care Paramedic (IAFCCP) “Preparatory Outline for FP-C and CCP-C Exams,” and the University of Baltimore Maryland County (UMBC) “CCEMTP Course Outline.” 

     


    Course Description

    The content and concepts covered in this course are designed for flight and critical care providers and include in-depth reviews of a variety of topics relative to the Critical Care practitioner. 

    Course Acceptance

    This course is approved by the International Board of Specialty Certifications (IBSC®) and the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). The course meets the recertification requirements for currently certified FP-C® and/or CCP-C®.  UMBC accepts this course toward CE recertification requirements of CCEMTP®. 

    The Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) does not specifically approve or endorse any particular courses.  However, we have confirmed with BCEN that they will accept this course toward your CFRN®, CEN®, and CTRN® recertifications.

    Content Outline

    The Flight & Critical Care – Advanced Airway Management course will provide 3 hours of critical care specific continuing education (CE) hours for critical care personnel to use toward recertification. The course outline, topics, and objectives of this course are combined from those identified by the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification (BCCTPC) in both the FP-C and CCP-C “Candidate Handbook[s]” under the “Detailed Content Outline,” the International Association of Flight and Critical Care Paramedic (IAFCCP) “Preparatory Outline for FP-C and CCP-C Exams,” and the University of Baltimore Maryland County (UMBC) “CCEMTP Course Outline.” 

     


    Course Description

    The content and concepts covered in this course are designed for flight and critical care providers and include in-depth reviews of a variety of topics relative to the Critical Care practitioner. 

    Course Acceptance

    This course is approved by the International Board of Specialty Certifications (IBSC®) and the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). The course meets the recertification requirements for currently certified FP-C® and/or CCP-C®.  UMBC accepts this course toward CE recertification requirements of CCEMTP®. 

    The Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) does not specifically approve or endorse any particular courses.  However, we have confirmed with BCEN that they will accept this course toward your CFRN®, CEN®, and CTRN® recertifications.

    Content Outline

    The Flight & Critical Care – Aircraft Transportation & Safety course will provide 2 hours of critical care specific continuing education (CE) hours for critical care personnel to use toward recertification. The course outline, topics, and objectives of this course are combined from those identified by the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification (BCCTPC) in both the FP-C and CCP-C “Candidate Handbook[s]” under the “Detailed Content Outline,” the International Association of Flight and Critical Care Paramedic (IAFCCP) “Preparatory Outline for FP-C and CCP-C Exams,” and the University of Baltimore Maryland County (UMBC) “CCEMTP Course Outline.” 

     



    Course Description

    The content and concepts covered in this course are designed for flight and critical care providers and include in-depth reviews of a variety of topics relative to the Critical Care practitioner. 


    Course Acceptance

    This course is approved by the International Board of Specialty Certifications (IBSC®) and the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). The course meets the recertification requirements for currently certified FP-C® and/or CCP-C®.  UMBC accepts all 6 hours of CE toward recertification requirements of CCEMTP®. 

    ​The Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) does not specifically approve or endorse any particular courses.  However, we have confirmed with BCEN that they will accept all 6 hours of this course toward your CFRN®, CEN®, and CTRN® recertifications.

    Preparation

    Providers wishing to obtain their FP-C® or CCP-C® may use this course to review concepts prior to taking the FP-C® and/or CCP-C® examinations.  The content and concepts covered in this course are designed for the advanced EMS provider and include in-depth reviews of a variety of topics relative to the Critical Care practitioner. Upon completion of this course learners will be better prepared to take the FP-C® and CCP-C® examinations if they so choose.

    Content Outline

    The Flight & Critical Care - Airway & Respiratory Emergencies course will provide 6 hours of critical care specific continuing education (CE) hours for critical care personnel to use toward recertification. The course outline, topics, and objectives of this course are combined from those identified by the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification (BCCTPC) in both the FP-C and CCP-C “Candidate Handbook[s]” under the “Detailed Content Outline,” the International Association of Flight and Critical Care Paramedic (IAFCCP) “Preparatory Outline for FP-C and CCP-C Exams,” and the University of Baltimore Maryland County (UMBC) “CCEMTP Course Outline.” 

    Topics and Hours
    Airway (3)
    Respiratory Emergencies (2)
    Lab Analysis (1)