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Intended Audience: ALS, Critical Care Teaching Methods Used: Lecture, Graphics, Q&A, Demonstration Heart Failure affects over 5 million adults in the U.S    Heart failure also affects not only the inability to carry on a job/career, but it affects the quality of life a patient could have if...

Intended Audience: BLS, ALS Teaching Methods Used: Lecture, Demonstration, Q&A We will review the most common respiratory diagnoses found in EMS and the differences between the way the symptoms present in EMS and the treatment options.  Included in the list of diagnoses are COPD, Asthma, CHF, Pneumonia,...

Intended Audience: BLS, ALS Teaching Methods Used: Lecture, Video, Illustrations. Did you know that George Washington died of a sore throat? Or that John Ritter died of an Aortic Dissection?  What about Christopher Reeve?  Didn’t he die in a horseback related accident?  No?   In this presentation we...

Intended Audience: BLS, ALS Teaching Methods Used:  Lecture, Video, Q&A What is the difference between a side effect, an allergy and anaphylaxis?   What do you do when a patient says he/she is allergic to epinephrine?   And why is it that someone who is allergic to peanuts can eat...

Intended Audience: BLS, ALS, ER Nurses, Fire Teaching Methods Used: Lecture, Q&A, Demonstration, Discussion, Photos First Responders are often involved in treating a victim of a crime, but we were never formally taught how to help out the Crime Scene staff in gathering evidence that would help...

Ahh…childbirth…often a source of anxiety for EMS providers. This class will present normal and abnormal pregnancy presentations. Normal and abnormal birth presentations and field delivery will be discussed and practiced. Instructed by: Lori Sizer May 6, 2020 - 1300 to 1700 Add to Cart...

Pregnancy can be a beautiful time of anticipation and excitement. What the Stork Didn’t Tell You, is it can also be a scary time. This class will help EMS providers to better understand some of what can go wrong during pregnancy. We will discuss the...

This course provides information and education, to First Responders, about specific issues related to: combat Veterans, suicide prevention, and VA (and non-VA) resources/services. Improve the Engagement and Experience of Veterans in Crisis through First Responder Training. Audience will learn about post deployment issues facing returning...

Charleston PD Community Services Division 502 Ruffner Ave, Charleston WV 25301 (Entrance on Jackson Street) Objective: This course is intended to give first responders the knowledge (in certain situations) to neutralize an attack, control the attacker, and maintain control until Law Enforcement arrives. The course will enforce the...

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