Cardiac Arrest Management is key to patient survival and we can make a huge difference to patient outcomes.
In this masterclass we will cover the key areas where we as clinicians and systems designers can improve our delivery of cardiac arrest management.
A series of talks and discussion from Simon, Rob and James from The Resus Room, covering the key aspects of clinical care and systems that can improve outcomes from cardiac arrest in both the prehospital and in-hospital environment.
This course will explore the latest clinical evidence, decision making, leadership and follower-ship, along with case based discussions to add the clinical context to the theory.
This builds, in much more depth and detail, upon our previous cardiac arrest podcast. And we would highly recommend you take a listen to that free episode before the day. in addition to the live event, you will also have 6 months access to all the recorded content (to further consolidate all that learning)
Who should take the course?
The course will be relevant for any person involved in the chain of survival from the point of arrest identification through to the in-hospital management and the debrief
The course is kindly supported by Zoll, enabling the course to be delivered at a reduced cost of £60 for 6 months access, with discounts for group purchases.
Overview of the course
- Time to CPR
- Excellence in CPR
- 1st Q&A
- Airway & ventilation strategy
- 2nd Q&A
- Leadership and Followership
- 3rd Q&A
A certificate of foundational knowledge upon completion of the event along with 4 hours of CPD time in your CPD diary