This program focuses on awareness level training of Parkinson's Disease for emergency medical personal and other first responders. This program was developed by the Office of Continuing Professional Education at Rutgers University.
This course is designed to educate students in the NH protocol surrounding high performance application of cardio pulmonary resuscitation. Students will learn the science behind CPR, what high performance CPR is, how to pre-plan cardiac arrest events, and how to measure outcomes and performance of the team and its members.
Welcome to the EMS in the Warm Zone Awareness Level. This program takes about 30 min to complete. Before you can begin the course, you must click the "enroll me now" button. Complete the online application and you will receive an email with an enrollment key. Type that key into the course when prompted and you be given access to the program.
Welcome to the Nasal Narcan administration training program. This program is for any individual that is planning to license with the Bureau of EMS and will take about 30 min to complete. Before you can begin the course, you must click the "enroll me now" button. Complete the online application and you will receive an email with an enrollment key. Type that key into the course when prompted and you be given access to the program.
For Law Enforcement Provider, this program is one of four additional components prior to licensure: CPR/AED, First Aid, and Narcan skills review.
This course will review over ergonomic hazards that are faced by EMS providers within their daily duties as well as helpful tips and hints on how to prevent injuries from occurring. Back injuries is a leading cause of EMS provider injury and long term disability. Knowing the proper way to prevent these injuries can be invaluable to both the EMT and the organization for which they work.
This course outlines the acceptable versus unacceptable behavior that is expected within the EMS profession. It further reviews over signs and symptoms of troublesome situations and what to look for. This program is perfect for the department that wants to provide refresher training to its members on watching out for and preventing poor behavior and violence within the workplace.
This course will help providers within the EMS community recognize the disease of greatest concern. They will also learn the ways the blood borne pathogens enter the body and how they are spread. Finally, they will learn what constitutes BSI and what work practice controls and engineering controls are put in place by employers to help keep them safe from bodily fluids while on the job. This course meets OSHA standards for bloodborne pathogen training.