Recognizing and Reporting Elder Abuse for First Responders

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Presented by the NH Office of the Attorney General, this training provides an overview of abuse, neglect and exploitation laws in NH and the mandate to report to adult protective services. Learn what to look for, and how to document and testify to what you observed. Real case examples will be shared to enhance the learning experience.

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Asthma Care for EMS (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH, United States

  This continuing education will provide a systemic review of asthma in both the adult and pediatric populations. Specific topic areas covered include prevalence/trends incidence of asthma in NH, airway anatomy, pathophysiology of asthma, identification of asthma in both the EMS and formal settings, EMS management of asthma and long-term management of asthma. Objectives • Describe the current and projected burden of asthma in New Hampshire. • Describe the general anatomy of the respiratory system. • Describe the pathophysiology of asthma. • Describe the diagnosis and management of chronic asthma. • Describe the identification and management of asthma in the pre-hospital environment.

Pediatric Fundamental Critical Care

Cheshire Medical Center New Hampshire, United States

The Society of Critical Care Medicine's (SCCM) hosted Pediatric Fundamental Critical Care Support (PFCCS) course combines expert-developed lectures with interactive skill stations to train non-intensivists and other healthcare professionals to recognize critical illness and initiate care for the critically ill pediatric patient. The course addresses fundamental management principles for the first 24 hours of post-resuscitation management of the critically ill pediatric patient until transfer or appropriate critical care consultation can be arranged and is recommended for any healthcare professional who may encounter a critically ill or injured pediatric patient. Lectures: • Acute Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation • Cardiovascular Evaluation and Pediatric Shock • Fluids, Electrolytes, and Metabolic Disorders • Pediatric Neurologic Emergencies • Postoperative Management • Sedation, Analgesia, and Neuromuscular Blockade Skills Stations: • Cardiopulmonary Dysfunction • Mechanical Ventilation • Pediatric Transport • Sedation • Radiology/Invasive Devices • Advanced Integration Scenarios

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Asthma Care for EMS

Virtual Event Virtual Event

  This continuing education will provide a systemic review of asthma in both the adult and pediatric populations. Specific topic areas covered include prevalence/trends incidence of asthma in NH, airway anatomy, pathophysiology of asthma, identification of asthma in both the EMS and formal settings, EMS management of asthma and long-term management of asthma. Objectives • Describe the current and projected burden of asthma in New Hampshire. • Describe the general anatomy of the respiratory system. • Describe the pathophysiology of asthma. • Describe the diagnosis and management of chronic asthma. • Describe the identification and management of asthma in the pre-hospital environment.

Fundamental Critical Care Support: Obstetrics (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH, United States

WAIT LIST ONLY The Society of Critical Care Medicine's (SCCM) hosted Fundamental Critical Care Support: Obstetrics (FCCS: OB) course combines expert-developed presentations with interactive skill stations to build healthcare professionals' confidence in providing maternal/fetal critical care to improve patient outcomes. Lectures: • Physiologic Changes During Pregnancy • Airway Management in the Pregnant Patient • Hemodynamic Monitoring • Preeclampsia/Eclampsia • Sepsis in Pregnancy • Thromboembolic Disease and Pregnancy • Obstetric Hemorrhage • Maternal Mortality and Cardiac Arrest in Pregnancy • Fetal Assessment • Nonobstetric Surgical Emergencies • Pregnancy-Related Acute Kidney Injury • Management of Delivery and Newborn • Transport of the Critically Ill Pregnant Patient • Mechanical Ventilation in Pregnancy • Trauma in Pregnancy • Cardiac Conditions in Pregnancy • Neurocritical Care in Pregnancy Skills Stations: • Postpartum Hemorrhage • Mechanical Ventilation in Pregnancy • Delivery and Neonatal Resuscitation • Trauma in Pregnancy • Cardiopulmonary Arrest in Pregnancy • Management of Preeclampsia/Eclampsia

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FP-C, CCP-C, & CFRN Advanced Practice Update and Critical Care Review (Bethlehem)

Raymond S. Burton Training Facility 80 Ray Burton Drive, Bethlehem, NH, United States

Accepting Waitlist Applications Only. This review course will encompass two days of test taking strategy, and periodic knowledge assessment sessions. This course has been reviewed and approved as an IBSC review course for initial FP-C & CCP-C certification, and continuing education via in person, and online delivery methodology. This course has been designed to meet or exceed the recommendations for material review by the certifying bodies that confer the FP-C, CCP-C, and CFRN® advanced certifications. Course attendance prepares you to understand your knowledge strengths and weaknesses to guide final preparations for certification exam success and/or satisfy advanced recertification and continuing education requirements. This activity was approved by the Emergency Nurses Association. The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC). All Paramedic CE hours are awarded through the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE).

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FP-C, CCP-C, & CFRN Advanced Practice Update and Critical Care Review (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH, United States

Accepting Waitlist Applications Only. This review course will encompass two days of test taking strategy, and periodic knowledge assessment sessions. This course has been reviewed and approved as an IBSC review course for initial FP-C & CCP-C certification, and continuing education via in person, and online delivery methodology. This course has been designed to meet or exceed the recommendations for material review by the certifying bodies that confer the FP-C, CCP-C, and CFRN® advanced certifications. Course attendance prepares you to understand your knowledge strengths and weaknesses to guide final preparations for certification exam success and/or satisfy advanced recertification and continuing education requirements. This activity was approved by the Emergency Nurses Association. The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC). All Paramedic CE hours are awarded through the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE).

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Creepy Crawlies & Things with Wings (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH, United States

A refresher on New England and New Hampshire biting and stinging insects, insect-borne illnesses, reptiles, and rabid animal bites. We will discuss snakes, snake bites, animal bites, and rabies as well as bed bugs and venomous spiders. Data will be presented with a discussion around Lyme disease and Triple E and well as biting animals and reptiles. We will review signs and symptoms of venomous bites and poisonings. We will cringe at cockroaches and learn more about ladybugs. Finally, we will talk about common bee stings and allergies with a review of the State of New Hampshire Patient Care Protocols in treating these potentially life-threatening incidents.

Creepy Crawlies & Things with Wings

Virtual Event Virtual Event

A refresher on New England and New Hampshire biting and stinging insects, insect-borne illnesses, reptiles, and rabid animal bites. We will discuss snakes, snake bites, animal bites, and rabies as well as bed bugs and venomous spiders. Data will be presented with a discussion around Lyme disease and Triple E and well as biting animals and reptiles. We will review signs and symptoms of venomous bites and poisonings. We will cringe at cockroaches and learn more about ladybugs. Finally, we will talk about common bee stings and allergies with a review of the State of New Hampshire Patient Care Protocols in treating these potentially life-threatening incidents.

Extreme Weather Emergencies & Natural Disasters (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH, United States

This workshop will explore the broad array of response-based risks faced by responders during natural disasters and how to mitigate their impacts. Objectives: • To mitigate weather-related impacts on responders. • To identify other risks related to exposure such as mold, flood water contaminants, etc • To monitor your team during a response for early recognition of potential health threats.

Free

Extreme Weather Emergencies & Natural Disasters- Virtual

Virtual (no location)

This workshop will explore the broad array of response-based risks faced by responders during natural disasters and how to mitigate their impacts. Objectives: • To mitigate weather-related impacts on responders. • To identify other risks related to exposure such as mold, flood water contaminants, etc • To monitor your team during a response for early recognition of potential health threats.

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PHTLS (Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support) (Bethlehem)

Raymond S. Burton Training Facility 80 Ray Burton Drive, Bethlehem, NH, United States

NAEMT's Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) is recognized around the world as the leading continuing education program for prehospital emergency trauma care. The mission of PHTLS is to promote excellence in trauma patient management by all providers involved in the delivery of prehospital care. PHTLS is developed by NAEMT in cooperation with the American College of Surgeons' Committee on Trauma. The Committee provides the medical direction and content oversight for the PHTLS program. PHTLS courses improve the quality of trauma care and decrease mortality. The program is based on a philosophy stressing the treatment of the multi-system trauma patient as a unique entity with specific needs. PHTLS promotes critical thinking as the foundation for providing quality care. It is based on the belief that, given a good fund of knowledge and key principles, EMS practitioners are capable of making reasoned decisions regarding patient care. The course utilizes the internationally recognized PHTLS textbook and covers the following topics: Physiology of life and death Scene assessment Patient assessment Hemorrhage control Airway Breathing, ventilation, and oxygenation Circulation and shock Special populations The course emphasizes application of trauma education through case studies, skills practice, and patient simulations. PHTLS is the global gold standard in prehospital trauma education and is taught in over 80 countries. PHTLS is appropriate for EMTs, paramedics, nurses, physician assistants, physicians, and other prehospital practitioners. PHTLS is accredited by CAPCE and recognized by NREMT.

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SIRS, SEPSIS, Shock, and Death: Recognition and Intervention for Systemic Infection (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH, United States

The longer a patient has an infection from any source, the greater the likelihood of that infection taking hold and progressing to SEPSIS. This class will walk providers through the pathway of infection, systemic inflammatory response, SEPSIS, shock, and death. We will talk about how to recognize this progression and intervene before it's too late. Objectives: • Define key terms related to systemic infection, • Explain the pathological sequence from infection to death, • Recognize signs of systemic infection, • Treat the symptoms of systemic infection, • Communicate with other healthcare providers regarding a patient's condition

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EMS Grand Rounds: Altered Mental Status (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH, United States

A review of altered mental status emergencies in the Capitol catchment area with Concord Hospitals EMS Medical Director.

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SIRS, SEPSIS, Shock, and Death: Recognition and Intervention for Systemic Infection

Virtual (no location)

The longer a patient has an infection from any source, the greater the likelihood of that infection taking hold and progressing to SEPSIS. This class will walk providers through the pathway of infection, systemic inflammatory response, SEPSIS, shock, and death. We will talk about how to recognize this progression and intervene before it's too late. Objectives: • Define key terms related to systemic infection, • Explain the pathological sequence from infection to death, • Recognize signs of systemic infection, • Treat the symptoms of systemic infection, • Communicate with other healthcare providers regarding a patient's condition

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Pre Hospital and Interfacility Transport Stoke Care (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH, United States

This course will review current best practices for stroke care from a pre hospital and interfacility perspective. Focus of course will be on identification and triage care of acute neurological processes in the pre hospital via case studies and a review of basic neuro physiology. Special attention to the complexities of neurological deficits; particularity stroke, treatment options that require time sensitive care and specific destinations for that care. Lastly, the course will review special considerations for transporting the stroke patient between facilities. After this course learners will be able to : • List the common stroke risk factors • Recognize the signs of stroke; including uncommon presentations. • Verbalize the goals of care at scene strokes • Acknowledge understanding of the current NH state protocol for stroke care and destination decision directives • Identify assessment priorities and treatment options during neurological patient transport • Describe time sensitive treatment options for both ischemic and hemorrhagic acute stroke

Free

Pre Hospital and Interfacility Transport Stoke Care

Virtual (no location)

This course will review current best practices for stroke care from a pre hospital and interfacility perspective. Focus of course will be on identification and triage care of acute neurological processes in the pre hospital via case studies and a review of basic neuro physiology. Special attention to the complexities of neurological deficits; particularity stroke, treatment options that require time sensitive care and specific destinations for that care. Lastly, the course will review special considerations for transporting the stroke patient between facilities. After this course learners will be able to : • List the common stroke risk factors • Recognize the signs of stroke; including uncommon presentations. • Verbalize the goals of care at scene strokes • Acknowledge understanding of the current NH state protocol for stroke care and destination decision directives • Identify assessment priorities and treatment options during neurological patient transport • Describe time sensitive treatment options for both ischemic and hemorrhagic acute stroke

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Cognitive Bias in EMS (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH, United States

This workshop will look at the role that cognitive bias can play in our interactions with our patients. We will examine potential pitfalls bias might lead to regarding the level of care we provide. Objectives: • To identify what cognitive bias is. • To consider the root cause of our respective biases. • How to be cognitive of a bias in the field and adjust our behavior. • To identify the impacts that bias has on our patient care.

Free

Cognitive Bias in EMS-Virtual

Virtual (no location)

This workshop will look at the role that cognitive bias can play in our interactions with our patients. We will examine potential pitfalls bias might lead to regarding the level of care we provide. Objectives: • To identify what cognitive bias is. • To consider the root cause of our respective biases. • How to be cognitive of a bias in the field and adjust our behavior. • To identify the impacts that bias has on our patient care.

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