If you missed the EMS Spring Conference, follow the links below:
Transport of Peds in EMS: http://atlas.fcgov.com/2012_EMS_Transport_of_Peds/index.htm#
Pediatric Seizures: http://atlas.fcgov.com/2012_EMS_Pediatric_Seizures/index.htm#
Interesting Case Reviews: http://atlas.fcgov.com/2012_EMS_Interesting_Cases/index.htm#
Pediatric Shock: http://atlas.fcgov.com/2012_EMS_Pediatric_Shock/index.htm#
Prehospital Pointers: Recognizing and Treating Crush Injuries - Live CE on your PC, April 16, Noon - 1 PM
Did you miss our last webinar? Access the ECG Pearls for Paramedics webinar and ce on our online ce site.
Student Centered Learning - May 3
Beginning next month, HealthONE hosts a free webinar series for educators for honing instructional skills. Webinars are open to the EMS community and are scheduled for the first Thursday of the month from Noon to 1 PM. The sessions will be recorded for those unable to participate live. Join Dennis Edgerly, HealthONE EMS Paramedic Program Coordinator, on May 3 from Noon to 1 PM MT for "Student Centered Learning".
HealthONE EMS continues delivering new, free, online CEs for professional development. The Triage
Review lesson covers the history, development, and common use of START and pediatric Jump START Triage algorithms. By combining lecture with two comprehensive exercises, prehospital providers can review and practice rarely used skills. This one hour CE is available online.
Other titles in the online system
Time and Location
Join educators from around the region to explore the latest trends and developments in providing effective initial and continuing education in our emergency medical services education programs. Leading national education experts will stimulate discussion on: evidenced based practice, skill training - maintaining competence, teaching and texts, concept mapping, creating effective simulations based on learner outcomes, lessons learned from implementing the National Education Standards, teaching critical thinking and assessment, and updates from the State.
Learn more and download the symposium schedule. For those traveling from beyond 60 miles, there is a special grant opportunity for lodging, if you are one of the first 40 Colorado registrants that can demonstrate that you are traveling greater than 60 miles one-way to the Conference on May 18th.
This program is subsidized by a grant from the Emergency Medical and Trauma Services Section, Health Facilities and Emergency Medical Services Division, CDPHE.