Framing: Documentation-Proper and Complete
Your local training director, operations officers, and medical direction have expectations that should be met for each and every documentation piece that you provide. It is our intention to provide you with knowledge on this subject that will spark good discussion and hopefully a better overall product for you and your service.
Combating Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (EMS)
In recent years, the topic of sexual harassment in the workplace has been brought into the national spotlight, bringing with it renewed awareness about the serious and unacceptable nature of these actions and the severe consequences that follow.
Under a new law effective October 2018, every employer in New York State is required to establish a sexual harassment prevention policy which includes annual training pursuant to Section 201-G of the Labor Law.
Through this course, learners will: Gain a better understanding of what is considered sexual harassment; Learn how to report sexual harassment; and Learn about external reporting options.
This course was developed by CypherWorx, Inc. in alignment with training materials developed by the Department of Labor and Division of Human Rights to exceed standards required by New York State.
Communications for the Fire and EMS Supervisor
So much of what we do in Fire and EMS is problem-solving. This CME is a fantastic means for managers to learn about the very technical field of Radio Communications. If you are a manager that is in the position of problem-solving, you will want to take time to review this material. Three experienced professionals succinctly discuss what you will need to know when preparing for a problem or reacting to problems in the Radio Communications realm. Final Exam: This multiple-choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain an 70% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Communications for EMS Providers
Many providers view EMS Communications as the most basic of topics. At the same time, some experienced providers see this as one of the most in-depth issues that they may come across. How do you view the topic of EMS Communications? It is difficult to find a provider with a rich background in EMS Communications that John Merklinger brings to the table. His knowledge of the industry and his ability to breakdown complex issues makes this large topic very easy to digest.
Final Exam: This multiple-choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain an 70% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Collaborative Protocol Update - Patella Dislocation
This course is designed to be taken by all BLS and ALS providers in the MLREMS region as an addition module for the collaborative protocol update.
A score of 70% is required to pass the exam which follows.
Building Upward—Primary Assessment
Course Description: It is often said that experience is the best teacher. Dr. Jack Davidoff is an experienced EMS Medical Director. Paramedic Jason Haag is an experienced fire and EMS provider. The two of them share a few thoughts that prove to be an excellent review of what should and could be done during a standard primary assessment and more. Final Exam: A score of 80% or higher is required to obtain your certificate. You have two attempts to pass this multiple-choice exam. Please take your time to carefully answer each question.