New Resuscitation Center CME Course Brings the Latest Resuscitation CME Information to Physicians, Nurses and PAsResuscitation CME Course online provides the latest guidelines for resuscitation and AMA, ACEP and ANCC credits.
Resuscitation center care and the effectiveness of the "resuscitationist" requires continuing education critical to saving lives. Med-Challenger has developed a new resuscitation CME course that provides current and continually-updated information regarding the latest resuscitation guidelines and resuscitation patient management strategies - Med-Challenger Resuscitation Center CME.
About the Resuscitation CME Course
The new course allows you to review everything you need to know now and in the future, for example, when compression / ventilation ratios or defibrillation strategies and resuscitation guidelines change.
It's perfect for any physician, nurse or physician assistant needing resuscitation CME requirements or a thorough review for resuscitation-related certification exams for ACLS, ATLS, PALS, or NALS.
The course is comprised of question-based modules with self-assessment questions and answers. Completion of the materials and assessments provides AMA Category 1 physician CME credits, ACEP credits, and ANCC nurse "contact hour" credits.
Stay in step with the latest airway, ventilation, and resuscitation guidelines with Med-Challenger's new resuscitation CME course.
Med-Challenger's course is available through its online store at challengercme.com/store.
Institutional bulk pricing for educational programs and healthcare organizations are also available. Contact Med-Challenger for details.
The Case for Resuscitation Center CME
Resuscitation centers have developed similarly to the regionalization of medical resources by designating specialty receiving centers, such as trauma and stroke centers. Resuscitation centers are intended to ensure the highest-quality patient care for patients following heart attacks and other life-threatening events in the most efficient and fiscally responsible fashion.
Significant advances in the past decade such as induction of therapeutic hypothermia following resuscitation from cardiac arrest and a time-driven, algorithmic approach to management of septic patients have created compelling arguments for the resuscitation center designation for specialized resuscitative interventions.
Resuscitation of critically ill patients is both labor- and resource-intensive. It can significantly interrupt emergency department (ED) patient throughput. In addition, clinical progress in developing resuscitation techniques is often dependent on the presence of a strong research infrastructure to generate and validate new therapies.
It is not feasible for many hospitals to make the commitment to care for large numbers of critically ill patients and the accompanying investigational activities, whether in the prehospital, ED, or inpatient arena. Because of this, "resuscitation centers" have become a reality along with the rise of the "resuscitationist." Just as EMS systems currently delineate criteria and monitor compliance for trauma, ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), and stroke centers, there are similar standards for resuscitation facilities.
Med-Challenger's Resuscitation Center CME course will help you understand the current guidelines and strategies of airway management, ventilation, and resuscitation, and continually inform and improve your ability to save the lives of patients using the most recent information and therapies.
Get the Resuscitation CME Course today.
If you have additional questions about Med-Challenger's Resuscitation Center CME course, contact Med-Challenger or call 1-800-676-0822.
Advanced Life Support and Resuscitation Center CME CourseAdvanced Life Support Certification Review and Resuscitation Center CME Course for Physicians, Nurses, and PAs
Learn and stay abreast of the most up-to-date information required of Resuscitation Center clinicians or any healthcare provider managing airway, ventilation, and resuscitation in adult and pediatric patients.
Satisfies Resuscitation Center CME Requirements.
- Learn the current national Airway, Ventilation, and Resuscitation guidelines (and recent changes) through interactive questions and detailed answer explanations online.
- Prepares you for resuscitation questions on the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) Qualifying and ConCert exams and / or ABEM MyEMCert test modules (program starts 2021)
- Prepares you for recertification in ACLS, ATLS, PALS, or NALS.
- Includes critical content from core emergency medicine textbooks.
- Topics covered:
- Adult Cardiac Resuscitation
- Adult Brain Resuscitation (after cardiac arrest)
- Adult Advanced Airway
- Pediatric Advanced Airway
- Ventilation - all ages
- Pediatric Resuscitation
- Neonatal Resuscitation
- Advanced Trauma Life Support
- Shock Resuscitation
- 200+ questions for review and retention
- Adaptive self-assessment with guided remediation
- Earn up to 9 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™
- Earn up to 9 ACEP Category I credits
- Earn up to 9 ANCC contact hours
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