TargetSolutions’ online EMS continuing education catalog offers more than 250 hours of dynamic training that has been approved by CAPCE. To keep training content fresh and up-to-date, the TargetSolutions course library is continuously updated.
The most recent release of enhanced CE courses continues TargetSolutions’ content modernization initiative. These updated courses feature a live presenter, updated material, new case studies, unique interactions, animations, and are 100% video-based.
These newly enhanced training courses for EMS CEUs help EMS providers retain crucial information that can ultimately help save lives in the field. Here’s a list of the updated courses from this round of enhancements:
EMS Advanced Airways: Intubation and Beyond takes a deep look into what advanced airway control encompasses and discusses advanced airway procedures, ranging from endotracheal intubation to surgical cricothyrotomy, with content on video-guided laryngoscopy and the usage of supraglottic airways.
EMS Allergies and Anaphylaxis Advanced explains the immune system, allergic reactions and its different forms, and how, as an EMS provider, you must be able to quickly recognize the patient’s needs, treat them effectively, and transport the patient as soon as possible if necessary.
EMS Allergies and Anaphylaxis Basic helps EMS providers recognize the signs and symptoms of mild, moderate, and severe cases of allergies and anaphylaxis and explains procedures for emergency medical treatment of allergic reactions.
EMS Aquatic Emergencies helps build an acute awareness of the pathophysiology of drowning and diving emergencies and the proper care for a patient in an aquatic emergency.
EMS Asthma Advanced explains asthma, its symptoms and primary and secondary assessment for prompt recognition and appropriate treatment of an asthma attack by an EMS provider.
EMS Bariatric Patients helps prepare individuals to respond to incidents involving bariatric patients, recognize and manage the high number of known comorbidities of obesity and mitigate the risks of injury posed by moving and transporting such patients.
EMS Behavioral Emergencies Advanced highlights a variety of behavioral emergencies individuals may encounter, improves understanding of different behavioral and mental health issues and instructs how to calm patients.
EMS Behavioral Emergencies Basic highlights the different types and causes of behavioral emergencies to help personnel best address these types of calls.
EMS Bleeding and Shock Basic explains techniques to control external bleeding, as well as the signs, symptoms, and care for shock.
EMS Bomb Blast Injuries Advanced provides insight into the unique attributes of a bomb blast situation, and the injuries you might encounter.
EMS Diet and Nutrition provides basic information on nutrition, weight control, and physical fitness to help maintain a healthy weight, prevent disease and fuel your body with the vitamins and minerals it needs to stay strong.
EMS Geriatric Emergencies Advanced highlights the most common physiological changes with age and how they impact EMS providers’ assessment and treatment of common medical conditions and traumatic injuries.
EMS Head and Facial Injuries Advanced reviews the pathophysiology and management of common injuries to the head, face, and neck – including injuries to the face, ears, eyes, and throat and soft tissue of the neck.
EMS Health and Wellness introduces the basic concepts of health and wellness to help improve your quality of life and overall wellness.
EMS Methamphetamine aims to provide EMS personnel with an understanding of the methamphetamine problem, its impact on users, and its associated hazards for EMS workers.
EMS Musculoskeletal Injuries Advanced provides an in-depth look at musculoskeletal injuries as they apply to fractures, strains, sprains, and dislocations; including types of injuries, patient treatment, and splinting procedures.
EMS Musculoskeletal Injuries Basic covers musculoskeletal injuries as they apply to fractures, strains, sprains, and dislocations, including types of injuries, patient treatment, and splinting procedures.
EMS Non-Traumatic Abdominal Injuries reviews the anatomy and physiology of the abdomen, the steps to assess a patient with acute abdominal pain, and the appropriate emergency medical care.
EMS Orotracheal Intubation goes through the crucial first steps of assessing any patient, ensuring a patent airway, controlling that airway, and then assisting with ventilation, if necessary.
EMS Pediatric Emergencies Basic highlights the differing factors of infant and child care including their body size, developmental changes and differing ranges of vital signs require that the EMS provider modify their approach accordingly.
EMS Poisoning and Overdose highlights how poisons enter the body and the emergency care of poisoning or overdose including antidotes, decontamination, or copious flushing of the areas involved etc.
For questions about these newly enhanced EMS continuing education courses, please contact us today!