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Becoming a Data Powered EMS Organization

Wed, Jun 10 2015 13:00:00

You’ve got the patient data, but how do you use it to improve patient care and the effectiveness of your EMS Service? In today’s rapidly evolving healthcare environment, knowing how to use your captured data has never been more important.
Join Michael Bachman, Deputy Director of Medical Affairs who will illustrate how Wake County EMS is leading the way as a data powered organization—and how such efforts can help your EMS service.  

Please join us for this webcast sponsored by ESO Solutions.

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On Demand Webcasts

Understanding Simulation Training in Paramedic Education – Follow-up Data from a NAEMSE Research Project

First Brodcast Mon, Oct 20 2014 13:00:00

We have all heard in some iteration the saying “you can't know where you are going until you know where you have been”. Simulation training has long been used in EMS education, but in today’s changing landscape of pre-hospital care we find ourselves asking, is it being utilized to its fullest potential?   In order to answer this question and make any determination on the future direction of this very powerful methodology we must first understand the current state of the industry.

During this webinar we will examine current literature in healthcare simulation and touch on some of the follow-up findings from the study conducted by the NAEMSE Research Committee. Discussion points will include how and where simulations are being conducted, feedback and assessment strategies, and scenario obtainment.

Join Kim McKenna, project lead for the NAEMSE Simulation Use in Paramedic Education Research (SUPER) and Emergency Medical Responder Project Level leader on the National EMS Education Standards Task force as we explore how simulation use may impact today’s paramedic programs.

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Consistency Counts: The Impact of Mechanical CPR

First Brodcast Thu, Oct 16 2014 13:00:00

In this webcast Memphis Fire Department EMS Medical Director Joe Holley, MD, describes the background and results of implementing mechanical CPR in a large metropolitan EMS system.

In this presentation you’ll learn:

• How mechanical CPR can impact your system;
• Understand the advantages of mechanical CPR; and
• How mechanical CPR compares to traditional CPR.

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A New Look at CPR: BLS Training Tailored to You

First Brodcast Tue, Sep 9 2014 13:00:00

Join us on September 9th for an introduction to the newest BLS course, geared specifically toward prehospital providers. We will introduce the latest course that combines flexibility and allows for customization to meet your needs. You will learn how feedback from the EMS community shaped this course, the concept of high-performance teams and how to provide the best resuscitation possible.

A New Format 
The BLS for Prehospital Providers program combines online instruction and classroom training into a single course that leverages current educational trends. Real-world team CPR scenarios show the role individuals play in emergency response situations.

We will introduce the BLS PHP Course and its components. A combination of online and classroom training improves the learning experience and provides greater flexibility for students and instructors, while still delivering hands-on instruction that enhances performance and improves outcomes. This course is scenario based, and allows for discussion of local protocols and how they affect your approach to resuscitation and implementing high-quality team CPR.

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Successfully Doing More with Less: Supply and Logistics Best Practices

First Brodcast Tue, Aug 12 2014 13:00:00

Learn best practices associated with managing supply and logistical issues for a variety of EMS system deployment designs.

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