Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
This two-day course employs the Pediatric Advanced Life Support curriculum designed by the American Heart Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics. The course includes skills stations and interactive case-based sessions that teach the participant to integrate knowledge and skills into a clinically useful discipline. The goals are to provide information to recognize the infant or child at risk for respiratory and /or cardiac arrest; strategies to prevent respiratory and/or cardiac arrest in neonates, infants and children; cognitive and psychomotor skills to resuscitate and stabilize the infant; and children in respiratory failure, shock or cardiopulmonary arrest.
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June - December 2013 Schedule:
June 20 & 21 (Thursday & Friday)
August 13 & 14 (Tuesday & Wednesday)
September 25 & 26 (Wednesday & Thursday)
October 23 & 24 (Wednesday & Thursday)
November 5 & 6 (Tuesday & Wednesday)
June 6 (Thursday)
July 17 (Wednesday)
August 29 (Thursday)
September 11 (Wednesday)
October 9 (Wednesday)
November 21 (Thursday)
December 4 (Wednesday)