Courses & Videos
Learn best practices for treatment of abdomen gunshot wounds.
Learn best practices in coping mechanisms and resiliency for health care provers in trauma.
Learn best practices in pediatric trauma care.
Learn best practices in trauma care for pre-hospital providers, and how research plays a role.
Learn best practices developed over 30 years of successes and many failures in the Pennsylvania trauma system.
Learn the history of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma practice management guidelines.
Learn best practices in whole blood administration, protocols and policies.
This course familiarizes EMS/EMT and emergency personnel with the equipment related to LVAD therapy and explains potential causes of alarms and how to recognize high versus low priority issues.
This course reviews the latest ACC/AHA criteria for STEMI, and provides several examples of ECG’s that are strongly suggestive of coronary occlusion/myocardial ischemia. Presented by Jeff Siegler, MD, EMT-P
Bryon Denton, MSN, discuss the history and transformation of the helicopter EMS industry - looking at current complications in the air medical industry.
Dr. Mellnick looks at abdominal trauma and gives a basic overview of VIR techniques in common clinical scenarios.
Dr. Stassen reviews occupational hazards that trauma professionals face, which can undermine their health as well as the quality of their work - highlighting skills for successful intervention for yourself or a colleague.
A look at the factors that can cause stress within the healthcare environment, the effect these can have on your life, and advice on reducing stress levels.
Dr. Stassen reviews the history of splenic injury management, looking at current management strategies and towards the future.
Dr. Drew and Dr. Kleiber review the various types of burns encountered, looking at treatment and surgical considerations.
Dianne Ditmer, PhD reviews the vulnerable population of patients - including those who have suffered physical abuse, and signs to look out for.
Dr. Ilahi reviews pancreatic and duodenal injuries - reviewing diagnosis, risks, and surgical management.
Dianne Ditmer, PhD, examines workplace violence within the healthcare environment - reviewing statistics, demographics and defensive behaviour.
Dr. Keller reviews the issue of gun-related deaths and injuries within the youth population; examining repsective studies and demographics.
Dr. McAndrew discusses femoral neck fractures in both young and elderly patients - looking at different mechanisms of the injury, surgical management, and preservation in the younger patient.
Highlights from the 2016 Ultimate Leadership Development Series - with a focus on Emotional Intelligence.
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