Pediatric Emergencies: For School Nurses & Out-of-Hospital Providers: Part I
Major Trauma, Major Medical, and more
During COVID: 100% Online - Access provided for 5 days; you have 5 days to complete this one day program.
This is a Video-Led lecture recorded at one of our Live Pediatric Emergency Programs.
REFRESHED, ENLIGHTENED, and Attend this live seminar and leave CONFIDENT, as you will:
- Learn, enhance, and sharpen your assessment skills!
- Learn practical tools and tips to use during your next patient emergency!
- Learn how to: effectively communicate, transfer, and document emergencies!
- Network with peers, exchange ideas, and extinguish concerns!
Description: This 8-hour is easy to follow, yet the intense program is specifically designed for those providers who work in an out-of-hospital/pre-hospital environment. We will discuss various domains of pediatric emergencies: medical, trauma, psychosocial, and behavioral. This seminar will enlighten and sharpen your patient assessment skills and increase your knowledge of pediatric emergencies (scroll down for an outline of topics). You will leave this event feeling confident, refreshed, and ready for your next emergency!
Audience: School Nurses, EMTs/Paramedics, Athletic Trainers, Student Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Physicians’ Assistants, Day Care Center Providers, Patient Care Technicians, and many more…
Contact Hours: 8 Nursing Contact Hours are awarded (see the disclaimer below for other professions). Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (Provider #CEP17561) and Florida Board of Nursing (Provider #50-24286) for up to, for 8 Contact Hours.
|Part I: General Review of Emergency Concepts, Rapid Assessment, & Trauma
- Considerations: a head-to-toe/body systems approach.
- You, the Bystander(s), and the Patient(s): Safety
- Medical/Trauma: Assessment (an easy approach)
- Trauma Triage, Transport Options & Decisions, & Patient Disposition
- Jump-Kit Considerations
- Aftermath: Communication, Transfer, & Documentation
- Shock: Overview/Reminders, and Rapid Assessment & Treatment
- Pathophysiology, Mechanism of Injury (MOI)
- Rapid Assessment & Treatment of Trauma Specific Related Injuries:
- Pain Management, and
- Burn Emergencies
- Injury & Trauma Prevention
|Part II: Medical, Psychosocial, and Behavioral Emergencies
Psychiatric, Behavioral, & Child Abuse
- Rapid Assessment & Treatment of Medical-Related Emergencies:
- Hematology & Oncology,
- Fever Emergencies
- (and more).
Special Healthcare Needs: Tracheostomy/Ventilators/Shunts/Central Venous Catheters/G-Tubes