My Health Learning Course Code: 45793475 : Online Survey ID: 40002793
Duration: 20 Minutes : Published: March 2015
Owner: HETI : Team: District HETI
This consists of only one course
Welcome to the eLearning module Advanced Life Support Theory Module 2 (Adult).
This module aims to develop and / or enhance knowledge, in the application of the Advanced Life Support (ALS) algorithm, to prepare participants for the practical component of the Advanced Life Support assessment, or to be utilised as a tool for revision.
A certificate is issued on completion.
At the completion of the module participants will be better prepared for the practical component of Advanced Life Support (ALS) training by being able to:
- Outline the steps in the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Adult Cardio-respiratory Arrest Flow Chart to provide ALS.
- Identify the rationale for working as a team with a designated team leader during a cardio-respiratory arrest.
- Apply the ARC Adult Cardio-respiratory Arrest flow chart knowledge to simulated scenarios.
This course is applicable for health professionals who are expected to apply the skills as part of their clinical duties, for example:
- Critical care staff - emergency, intensive care, coronary care,
- Clinical Emergency Response System (CERS) teams (Rapid Response, Retrieval teams and Clincal responders),
- First line Emergency Care staff,
- Rural and remote staff.
This may qualify for up to 0.5 hrs of Continuous Professional Development
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