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– 7 rural focused emergency cases.
– Lectures/Debriefs following each case
– Practice procedures during cases as well as a dedicated session following cases (Chest Tube, IO, Cricothyroidotomy, Intubation with adjuncts, Central Lone Insertion)
1) Organize a team approach to the resuscitation of a simulated critically ill patient.
2) Apply leadership skills in a simulated clinical setting.
3) Demonstrate effective communication skills in a simulated resuscitation.
4) Appraise the limitations and scope of the rural medicine environment with respect to resources and skill maintenance.
At the conclusion of this educational activity, the participant should be able to:
1) Demonstrate an organized approach to managing unstable patients in a simulated environment with the following clinical presentations:
a) unstable medical patient
b) unstable poly-trauma patient
c) unstable patient with a toxic ingestion
d) unstable pediatric patient
2) Apply an algorithmic and organized approached to airway management in a simulated critically ill patient.
3) Practice skills related to crisis resource management in the resuscitation setting.
4) Evaluate team performance and group dynamics after a simulated resuscitation case.
Please read and carefully review the cancellation policy prior to submitting your registration.
- Cancellations more than 6 weeks from the course date will receive a FULL refund, minus a $100 administration fee.
- Cancellations within 4-6 weeks of the course date will receive a 50% refund.
- There will be NO REFUNDS for cancellations less than 4 weeks from the course date.
Participants who have registered may transfer their registration to another person, but this responsibility lies with the original participant.
Please contact Trisha Bedard at 204-789-3626 or Trisha.Bedard@umanitoba.ca for any cancellation and transfer requests.