Presented by: Kevin T. Collopy, BA, FP-C, CCEMT-P, NREMT-P, WEMT
Presentation Date: Thu 06/26/14 - 1:00 PM CDT
Best practices for developing an effective simulation program
Presented by: Geoff Shapiro
Presentation Date: Wed 03/26/14 - 12:00 PM CDT
First responders to civilian mass-casualty events (MCE) often face atypical circumstances that require care to be delivered in threatening, high stress and unfamiliar settings. This free webinar is designed for those who may provide prehospital care during a "high threat MCE." The webinar will provide a brief overview of the high threat MCE, the Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) procedures that have evolved from current military prehospital combat casualty care best practices, and the strategies and guidelines for managing the victims of a civilian MCE while under the duress and dangers of a high threat environment. These include the prehospital emergency use of tourniquets, blood-clotting (hemostatic) gauze agents, airway and respiratory management, and more. Continuing Education After viewing this webcast, visit Rapidce.com to take the accompanying test and earn 1 hour of continuing education for $6.95. This activity is approved by EMS World , an organization...
SAM Medical Products
Presentation Date: Wed 07/17/13 - 1:00 PM CDT
Ambulance crashes account for 74% of fatalities in EMS. How can we reverse this trend and provide patients and staff with a safer environment?
ZOLL Data Management Products
Presented by: Rom Duckworth
Presentation Date: Thu 06/20/13 - 1:00 PM CDT
Webcast features ways in which EMS educators can help students develop the practical emergency care skills they will need in the real world
Presented by: Tom Bouthillet
Presentation Date: Thu 08/16/12 - 1:00 PM CDT
Tom Bouthillet, editor-in-chief of the ems12lead.com discusses acute inferior, anterior, lateral and posterior STEMI in a progressive “easy-to-hard” format. Assumes basic knowledge of 12-lead ECG interpretation. After viewing this webcast, visit Rapidce.com to take the accompanying test and earn 1 hour of continuing education for $6.95. This activity is approved by EMS World, an organization accredited by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS). Q&A Session The following questions were asked by viewers during the webcast with answers provided by Tom Bouthillet. How does endo, myo or pericarditis make calling a true STEMI more difficult? It’s usually one or the other but not both. Typically myo/pericarditis will not have reciprocal changes. On those rare occasions where it does localize (which is controversial), it is indistinguishable from STEMI and should be treated as such. How can you tell if you are looking...