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Upcoming Health Education Events in the LRH Community

 
 

 

 

 

Members of the North Country Regional Healthcare network have collaborated to offer a series of monthly EMS Education programs.  The classes are offered by qualified presenters and typically occur on Thursday evenings.  The location of the classes rotates between the Burton Fire and EMS Academy in Bethlehem, the Northwoods Center for Continuing Education in Whitefield, Littleton Regional Health Care Conference Rooms and the Hugh J Gallen Career & Technical Center at Littleton High School. Class topics, dates and locations are listed on the Northwoods for CE site as they become available . To sign up for a program click the hyperlink in the title and fill out the enrollment form. If you have any further questions please feel free to email the education department at LRHeducation@lrhcares.org . You can also leave a voicemail with any concerns or questions at (603)259-7617.

 

ACLS / PALS Instructor Course

October 24th, 25th, 26th, 2017

This is an 8-12 hour TC faculty-led training course designed for candidates interested in becoming AHA certified instructors for ACLS and/or PALS.  After completing this course, students must complete one mentored/monitored ACLS and/or PALS Provider course with an AHA certified ACLS/PALS Faculty.  

Click here for the flyer.
Click here to register.

 

  
Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS)
Littleton Regional Healthcare
Littleton, NH
Upcoming Dates: Tuesday September 19th, 2017

PEARS was designed by the American Heart Association for healthcare providers who infrequently see critically ill children such as school, office, and medical/surgical nurses, emergency medical responders/EMT-Bs, Intermediate EMTs and other care providers who may care for children with acute respiratory and cardiac difficulties in a non-critical care setting. The main focus of PEARS is prevention, with a focus on assessment, recognition and stabilization of pediatric victims at risk of severe cardiopulmonary distress. Students are prepared to assess, categorize, decide and act early to stabilize a child in respiratory/cardiac distress.  The course is also recommended for paramedics/critical nurses (off year for PALS) and urgent care center personnel. Cost is $125.00 , for more information and to registered click here.

 North Country Nursing Education Consortium (NCNEC) Courses

 Other courses of interest:

The Weeks Medical Center for Continuing Education has an ongoig program of Emergency Cardiac Care, Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) and other continuing education presentations.  The list of courses and contact information can be accessed at this website  www.weeksmedical.org/ncce.

 DHMC Nursing Grand Rounds

To watch archived DHMC Nursing Grand Rounds presentations online go to: http://med.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/education/nursing_grand_rounds_archive.html  This webpage also contains instructions for creating an online account for continuing nursing education credit.

DHMC Medical Grand Rounds
via Interactive Internet Videoconferencing at Littleton Regional Healthcare

Every Friday from 8:00 to 9:00 am Littleton Regional Healthcare presents Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Grand Rounds via an interactive internet videoconferencing link in the Gale Medical Library.  The programs are approved for CME credit.  Sessions start and end promptly.  The schedule of topics can be accessed through this hyperlink to the DHMC Medical Grand Rounds webpage. Please contact Anne Conner, our Medical Librarian at 603-444-9564 or aconner@lrhcares.org for more information. 

Last updated: Sep 13, 2017

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