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With required social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak affecting most business operations, the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) and Pearson VUE – the cognitive exam vendor that delivers EMR, EMT, Advanced EMT, and Paramedic – have developed a
It is important to know what to do in a medical emergency—it can save a life. One of the first questions to ask is whether the situation you are dealing with is truly an emergency that requires a visit to
FREE Webcast for Healthcare Providers Hemodynamics, Oxygenation and Tissue Perfusion in Critical Care April 23 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EST Register Now Description: Maintenance or prompt restoration of an oxygen supply sufficient to facilitate adequate cellular metabolism is
April 16 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EST Registration Link Guest: Tom Greenhalgh, Jr., LICSW, NRP Description: Most education focuses on the “operations” of an emergency such as high-quality CPR. But the “human” side of these responses is often
Each year Code One sees hundreds of healthcare students for BLS Provider (CPR) training as they prepare for entry into their clinical semesters. We additionally provide recertification training for senior students nearing graduation who need to renew their CPR certifications. With
If your Connecticut EMT certification has recently expired, you may be eligible for a simple reinstatement to get EMT recertification for an additional two year period. Connecticut OEMS requires certifications be expired for less than two years for EMTs to
Today the American Heart Association (AHA) released additional guidance for certification expiration dates for employers to take under consideration. We reported the original guidance last week on our blog. The new recommendation is for employers to extend all Provider certifications
Amidst rising COVID-19 infections, social distancing, and EMS agencies / hospitals operating under disaster protocols, a number of EMS certification and licensing agencies have made some modifications to expiration dates to ease the burden for responders. We’ve organized many of
The American Heart Association (AHA) released new recommendations to employers last week regarding the extension of Provider level certification cards. Since many AHA Training Centers have suspended operations or drastically reduced the availability of classes due to COVID-19 concerns, the
It is with heavy hearts that we announce Code One is suspending all instructor-led courses beginning March 17. We are hopeful that we will be able to reopen, provided it is safe to do so, on April 4, 2020. Our
We’ve probably all been bombarded ad nauseam about Corona Virus the past few weeks. Maybe you’ve heard several different theories about its origin, how easily it can be contracted, how it spreads, etc. These can all be confusing especially when
Virginia utilizes the National Registry of EMTs (NREMT) National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) for all levels of EMS providers. Virginia EMS Providers must obtain NREMT certification for their initial certification but are not required to maintain NREMT to maintain Virginia