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Upcoming Health Education Events in the LRH Community

 Littleton Regional Healthcare Grand Rounds

The medical and nursing staff of Littleton Regional Healthcarecurrently offer Grand Rounds presentations in the LRH Conference Rooms that are open to the public.  The presentations are approved for CME/CEU credit.  To register for any of these presentations email Cathie Flores or leave a voice mail at 603-444-9303.

American Heart Association
BLS/CPR Instructor Certification Course

January 21 & 22, 2015
4:00 pm to 7:30 pm
LRH - H. Taylor Caswell, Jr. Conference Center Rooms 1, 2 & 3 

Course Description: Designed to follow the completion of the online “BLS Instructor Essentials” course.  It provides the learner with the knowledge and skills needed to plan, deliver and evaluate basic life support (BLS), cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED use and Basic First Aid classes consistent with American Heart Association standards and guidelines. Tuition:  $75.00 for entire course (No charge for LRH employees). 

Who should take this course: Coaches, nurses, paramedics, teachers, industrial health professionals and other individuals who wish to increase the capacity of the members of a community or business to respond to cardiac  and other health-related emergencies. More information & registration flyer.  Contact Cathie Flores RN at cflores@LRHCares or phone 603-444-9303.

12 Lead EKG Interpretation Course
presented by Kimberlee H. Daley, RN  CCRN

October 3, 2014   8:00 am to 4:15 pm
Conference Rooms 1, 2 & 3
Littleton Regional Healthcare

Course Description: This course familiarizes the participant with cardiovascular anatomy, physiology and coronary arterial blood flow.  You will have an increased understanding of how to identify ischemia, injury and infarction from a 12 lead EKG and gain confidence in rhythm recognition including bundle branch blocks.
Continuing Education Credit: The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses is approved by the California Board of Registered Nurses, Provider #01036. This program is approved for 7.0 contact hours.
Fee: AACN Members: $45.00, Nonmembers $50.00
More Information: Please click here for information brochure and registration form.

From Pre-Diabetes to Insulin Pens
presented by Christine Mealey RN, MS, CEN, Diabetes Education Nurse

September 25, 2014 - 3:00 to 4:00 pm
Littleton Regional Healthcare - Conference Rooms 1, 2 & 3

This session will provide learners with an understanding of pre-diabetes, risk factors, and follow the natural history of diabetes and treatement options as the disease progresses.  The appropriate use of insulin pens will be demonstrated and learners will have an opportunity for a hands-on learning with these devices to improve their clinical and patient education skills on the use of these insulin delivery mechanisms. For more information, please contact Diana Gibbs, NCHC Program Manager at 603-259-3700 Ext 222 or by email at . Flyer can be downloaded and posted in your agency by clicking on this hyperlink.


Shriner's Burn Course
June 25, 2014 - 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Littleton Regional Healthcare - Conference Rooms 1, 2 & 3

Shriners Hospitals for Children are leaders in burn care, research and education since entering the field in the mid-1960s. Because of the expert medical care provided at Shriners burn hospitals, children have a greater chance of surviving and recovering from all types of burn injuries.  This two hour program is presented b the Educational Outreach program at Shriners Hospital-Boston and will provide first responders, emergency department staff and physicians with up-to-date knowledge to assess and recognize the severity of burn injuries and plan appropriate interventions.

 Seating is limited, register for the course by completing this email registration form.

North Country Nursing Education Consortium (NCNEC) Courses   

Employees from member hospitals (The Memorial, Androscoggin Valley Hospital, Littleton Regional Healthcare and Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital) recieve a reduced rate for these courses.

Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS)
Monday, November 3, 2014   8:00am to 4:30 pm
The Memorial Hospital
North Conway, NH

The goals of the Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS) Provider Course are to provide the student with the information needed for recognizing a seriously ill or injured child by using a systematic approach, the skills to demonstrate high quality CPR, to begin to stabilize a seriously ill or injured child, and the opportunity to practice effective team interaction. Cost is $100.00 ($30.00 for NCNEC members).  Click here for pdf of PEARS flyer and Participant Letter


New Hampshire ENA State Council
November 10 & 11, 2014          7:30 am to 5:00 pm

Androscoggin Valley Hospital, Berlin , NH

 Course Description:  The Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) is a nationally recognized two-day intensive course designed to provide basic level knowledge and skills associated with the delivery of professional emergency nursing care to the trauma patient in the Emergency Department. 
Continuing Education Credit: This course has been approved for eighteen (18) Contact Hours by the American Nurse's Association. Course Fee: Tuition is $220.00 for ENA members (please enclose a copy of card) and $300.00 for non-members. No NCNEC discount available for this course. 
Further Information: Participants with special needs are to contact the course director.  For more information, contact Claudette Morneau, RN, BSN, Education Director, Androscoggin Valley Hospital, (603) 326-5630/  Click here for more information and registration form.

ACLS Instructor Course
Friday, May 30, 2014
Memorial Hospital, 3073 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH

The course is designed to provide certified ACLS Providers with the skills and knowledge to present ACLS certification courses that meet the guidelines and standards of the American Heart Association (AHA).  For more information, contact Ethnee Garner RN, Memorial Hospital, (603) 356-5461 x2189 or  To register complete this registration form  and return to Ethnee Garner RN. 

Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC)  April 29 & 30, 2014 

Memorial Hospital 3073 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH

This is a North Country Nurse Education Consortium (NCNEC) sponsored event

While trauma is the leading cause of death in children, acute illness is also a source of unnecessary pediatric death. Emergency care visits by infants, children and adolescents account for more than 31 million emergency department visits each year. In the United States, it is estimated that one pediatric patient per second seeks emergency care, and the majority of these pediatric patients are seen in general emergency departments.  In many instances, preventable pediatric deaths are the result of delayed recognition and treatment by emergency department personnel where proper intervention may have prevented these outcomes. For more information about this course go to the Emergency Nurses Association webpage.  To register for this course complete the registration form  and return to Gail Wasiewski, 236 South Main Street - Newmarket , New Hampshire 03857. 

Other courses of interest:

Oct 4-5 8:00 am to
4:40 pm
Trauma Nursing Core Course, 7th Ed.
$300.00 nonMembers/$250.00 for ENA members (with proof of membership)
Go to to register.
Nov 7 8:00 am to
Neonatal Resusitation Program
$75.00 (includes 1 online test atempt) does not include textbook however books available to borrow/purchase.
Go to to register.

 DHMC Nursing Grand Rounds

To watch the DHMC Nursing Grand Rounds presentations live online go to:

Basic EKG Interpretation

October 3, 2014 - Save the date.  More information to follow.

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 for more information.  

Monthly Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Continuing Education  

The staff of the Littleton Regional Healthcare Paramedic Intercept Service offer monthly continuing education presentations for Emergency Medical Services personnel in the Littleton area.

 Faculty LRH Paramedic Intercept Service Staff
  Steve Czarnecki BS/BA, NR-P, CCT-P, NH I/C
  600 St Johnsbury Road, Littleton, NH 03561
  LRH Paramedic Office Telephone    (603)-444-9320

All classes are located in the Education Department Classroom and Skills Lab unless otherwise stated.

Date/Time          Course
May 3, 2014
09:00 - 17:00

PEARS (Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization)
Level of Class: EMT, A-EMT, & Paramedic
Class Size limited to 6
Registration begins: 08:30
Class begins: 09:00
Instructor: Steve Czarnecki EMT-P
To Register email

June 14, 2014
09:00 - 17:00

PEARS (Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization)
Level of Class: EMT, A-EMT, & Paramedic
Class Size limited to 6
Registration begins: 08:30
Class begins: 09:00
Instructor: Steve Czarnecki EMT-P
To Register email

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Grand Rounds Schedule

LRH Staff can access the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Grand Rounds in the Gale Medical Library via the internet video conference monitor.

 DHMC-Northern New England Geriatric Education Center

Geriatric Mental Health Series 2013

This series of interactive video teleconferences is available in the LRH Gale Medical Library the first Tuesday of every month from Noon to 1:00 pm and are approved for CME and CEU credit for participants.  For more information on the series contact Rebecca Desilets at 603-653-3443 or . To reserve a seat at one of these presentations contact .

An Archive of previously presented programs from this series can be accessed through this hyperlink. Geriatric Mental Health Series Archive

 Littleton Regional Hospital AHA Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC) Courses

Last updated: Nov 20, 2014

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