Only 3 places remaining!
DATE: 24 September 2017
ALS is designed and run by rural generalists for rural generalist who provide exceptional peer-to-peer learning and opportunities to discuss topics with a more in-depth and specific approach to life-saving. ALS is delivered in a laid-back and no-pressure style of learning with no assessments. It is supported by a great sense of community and culture. This course is available for both members and non-members, and is a mandatory requirement for all Fellows within the Professional Development Program (PDP).
ALS will provide you with:
- An understanding of both basic and advanced life support, specifically focusing on issues that may arise for rural practitioners
- Competence in up-to-date airway management techniques
- Efficiency in using a manual defibrillator and an automated external defibrillator (AED)
- Competence in identifying and managing life threatening arrhythmias
- Competence in intravenous access or intraosseous access, and
- Competence in administering drugs in resuscitation with correct dosage and frequency.
This is the final available ALS course the College is running for 2017 and there are only 3 places remaining. Be sure you register today so you don’t miss out.
REGISTRATION: Please click here to register.