Course Highlights


Following the recent changes in resuscitation techniques the course will provide the participants with the knowledge and skills needed for early recognition of critical symptoms and treatment of critically ill infants and children. The teaching methods would be discussions, hands-on format, and scenario based to reinforce skills proficiency with focused on team effort. Participant’s needs to pass a multiple choice exam with a passing mark of not less than 84% and a skill proficiency exam. .

Course Objectives


Upon completion of the course the participants would be able of demonstrating proficiency in handling cardiovascular emergencies of infants and children.


Target Audience:


The course is suitable for Licensed Medical Professionals such as Physicians, Respiratory Therapies, Nurses, Paramedics and others.


Pre-requisite:


Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS) Training and Basic knowledge/proficiency in ECG interpretation


Note:


Study material will be given at least three weeks in advance for participants to be familiarized and review the materials before the registration date. The course will provide: Study Materials (Book and Handout), Certificate and a Provider card.

 

Course Faculty


Jeremy M. Pantig, RN, MFR, MN, USRN


Head Life Support Division - International Training Nurse Educator/Clinical Instructor/ Research Faculty National Lecturer Board Exam PH and USA with specializations in Medical Surgical Nursing and Emergency Nursing Professor in Nursing (2010-2014) DCAS, ASHI and AHA Life Support Instructor.


Juliet Christi B. Salares, RN, MAN


Training Center Coordinator - ITC Nurse Educator/Faculty Researcher College Lecturer for Board Exam PH with specializations in Nursing Management of Cardiac Hemodynamics & Psychiatry Professor in Nursing (2005-2012) AHA Life Support Instructor.

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