FIREFIGHTER TRAINING

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The Fire Academy is an all NEW year-round interactive digital platform that brings firefighters training from industry leaders in order to continue supporting their efforts in the communities they serve. The content will discuss key themes around topics including: Safety, Leadership/Management, Company Officer, and many more. With a collaborative backing of FDIC International and Fire Engineering, you won’t want to miss out on this opportunity to help support training in the fire service industry.

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Unlearning Cardiac Arrest – What You Thought You Knew

Unlearning Cardiac Arrest – What You Thought You Knew

Unlearning what you thought you knew about cardiac arrest requires challenging our traditional way of thinking. Do you defibrillate all patients in V-Fib? Give Epi? Stop compressions to intubate? Ventilate 10-12 times a minute? Not at Rialto Fire Department. In fact, we don't care if you ever ventilate. Nothing trumps compressions - nothing! We have changed the way we approach cardiac arrest and it has resulted in a large jump in ROSC rates and an 83% Utstein rate. Join us, Fire Chief Sean Grayson and EMS Chief Joe Powell, as we describe the journey to significant sweeping changes in our cardiac arrest approach and our culture.
Using Technology to Enhance Quality Improvement in Cardiac Arrests

Using Technology to Enhance Quality Improvement in Cardiac Arrests

The standards for CPR have been published, and we know the benchmarks, but how do we know if we are meeting them? Until recently, it has been difficult to assess CPR quality and provide timely feedback to our field providers. Modern defibrillator technology has made this possible and an essential component for enhancing quality improvement in cardiac arrests. Join Dr. Clayton Kazan, medical director, and Nicole Steeneken, M.Ed., EMS quality improvement program director, as they describe their experiences with using technology to improve CPR performance at Los Angeles County Fire Department.
When One Patient Turns into Two! – Simulation for Field Deliveries

When One Patient Turns into Two! – Simulation for Field Deliveries

A careful curriculum design process can help to ensure positive outcomes when providers care for obstetric patients who deliver in the field. In this session, Paul Phrampus, MD, will present various education strategies, objectives and equipment types, allowing you to create a successful program for knowledge, skills and attitudes surrounding the assessment and management of both mom and baby after a field delivery.

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