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The Intermediate Resuscitation skills course is for Dentists, Dental Technicians or allied health professionals (who do not perform sedation). This 1-day assessed course has 4x pre-learning documents which provide 4 hours of pre-reading. This course has 4x assessment points including a 20 question multi-choice written assessment, a practical assessment of 2-person CPR on an adult, insertion of airway adjuncts, IM adrenaline administration. The Resuscitation training courses focuses on the following areas: 1. The practical skills of resuscitation. 2. Scenarios for the management of collapse and medical emergencies.

Learning outcomes

Learning outcomes: 1. Demonstrate the management of adult, child and infant collapse using DRS ABCD as a lone responder and team of two. 2. Demonstrate the safe use of a defibrillator on a collapsed adult. 3. Demonstrate effective use of resuscitation adjuncts. 4. Demonstrate effective management of airway obstruction. 5. Demonstrate teamwork and effective communication in the management of a collapse. 6. Identify the following cardiac rhythms: Sinus rhythm, Sinus bradycardia, Sinus tachycardia, Supraventricular tachycardia, Ventricular fibrillation, Ventricular tachycardia, Asystole. 7. Discuss the management and priorities of medical emergencies.

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Speaker

Margaret Smith

Margaret is a full time first aid tutor and one of our main Resuscitation tutors based out of Wellington. Margaret has many years’ experience as a first responder for Hato Hone St John, is a trained fire fighter with FENZ, and is currently undergoing her National Diploma training to become an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Margaret has many years of teaching experience, holds her 4098 US and an adult teaching certificate.

Intermediate Resuscitation Skills – Health Professionals (Hato Hone St John)

Margaret Smith
Monday 27th May 2024
9:00am - 4:00pm
Venue: Hato Hone St John Wellington
Room 2, 55 Waterloo Quay
Wellington
Region: Wellington
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