Register today for Unfamiliar Pediatrics — A Closer Look: Newborn Resuscitation!
A severely ill child can cause doubt and overcautious behavior on the part of any healthcare provider. Pediatric patients requiring emergency care have unique needs, often requiring specialized equipment and training of personnel. The Unfamiliar Pediatrics - A Closer Look program is designed to provide all prehospital providers with up-to-the-minute education and training to rapidly assess and treat a severely ill or critically injured child.
Topic: Newborn Resuscitation
January 26, 2017
Emergency Medicine Learning and Resource Center (EMLRC)
3717 S. Conway Road
Orlando, FL 32812
Morning Session: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Afternoon Session: 1-5 p.m.
Registration cap is 25 persons per session
The first session of FCEP & EMRLC's Unfamiliar Pediatrics — A Closer Look program targets the critical components and skills necessary for successful newborn resuscitation. The program will utilize a combination of didactic lectures, hands-on skill stations, and interactive high-fidelity simulation scenarios to introduce participants to the concepts and techniques involved in newborn resuscitation.
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