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Presented by Richard Shok, Kori Burz, and David Hiltz Register Now High-quality CPR that is provided during a cardiac arrest event has been consistently correlated with higher rates of neurologically intact survival. Training in CPR has been greatly impacted by
When lives are at stake, high-quality emergency care training can make a difference! Cardiac arrest is an equal opportunity killer and can strike seemingly healthy individuals of any age, race, ethnicity, or gender at any time in any location, often
What is a CME? CME stands for Continuing Medical Education and per the National Institute of Health, “CME refers to educational events that have been approved for CME credits”. The American Heart Association (AHA) is not an accrediting agency, rather,
We get a lot of questions about how we’re handling safe CPR training during COVID, today we’re going to answer some of them. Dealing with the risks associated with COVID-19 is now a part of everyday life. We are all
Sudden cardiac arrest can occur in victims of all ages at any moment anywhere in the world. Cardiac arrest is defined as the abrupt loss of heart function in a person who may or may not have been diagnosed with
Have you ever considered helping others and wondered what an EMT class would be like? And even more curious what it would be like during a pandemic. Well, I’ve been an EMS instructor since 2010 and the dynamics of teaching
The short answer is no, not necessarily. The question “Do I need CPR training in order to use an automated external defibrillator?” is one that comes up frequently. The short answer is no but let’s take a closer look at
Code One’s BEACON Individual Skills Appointments are part test and part learning. They’re blended and delivered in a compact and convenient one-on-one session. Learners are tested on required skills to ensure they can perform high-quality CPR. All of our BEACON programs
First of all, congratulations! Code One is proud to maintain the highest standards for its students. Successful completion of your class is an accomplishment to be proud of. That puts you one step closer to your goal of working in
Happy New Year! Each passing day gets us one day closer to the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. At Code One, we are not letting our guard down. We continue to follow numerous precautions (established by our very own Infection
Massachusetts Office of Emergency Medical Services oversees the recertification process for EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic credentialed EMS providers. We’ve outlined the recertification process for Massachusetts, provided some helpful links, and answered frequently asked questions. Information on this page was accurate
Guide to NREMT recertification for EMTs, AEMTs, and Paramedics.