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Key Medical Resources, Inc.

Course Schedule 2010

For Contracting Facility Personnel Only

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Welcome to Key Medical Resources Classes!

Our goal is that you leave the course better than you arrived!

Continuing Education provided for appropriate courses by Key Medical Resources, Inc.

California Board of Registered Nursing CEP# 15122

California EMS CE Provider #62-2034 (For courses with EMS content)

For All American Heart Association Courses:

Disclaimer: The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge & proficiency in BLS, ACLS & PALS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any fees charged for this course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course material; do not represent income to the Association

Some Tips for Your Classes and Registration:

➢ Register for All Classes at or per facility guidelines.

➢ You May download Self-Study Modules on the web site. Fax your answer sheet and your certificate will be emailed to you!

➢ Payment (Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard) at the door for cards, books, and materials only. No course fees.

➢ Books are required at registration. Available online, at the class, or at the Mt. San Antonio College Book RAC. It is best to purchase books online for lower prices than at the door.

➢ Please let us know you are coming. Classes may be cancelled for low enrollment and we would like to let you know.

➢ Refund Policy: All payment is at the door. No refund on books or materials that have been opened.

COURSE LOCATIONS: Other locations will be indicated with the course description.

Covina - Citrus Valley, Intercommunity Medical Center, 210 W. San Bernardino Rd, Covina, 91723. Classes are held in the hospital basement.

El Monte – Greater El Monte Comm Hospital 1701 Santa Anita Ave., South El Monte, 91733 Classes in modular building behind the hospital.

Glendora – Citrus Valley, Foothill Presbyterian, 250 S. Grand Ave., Glendora, 91741. Classes held in the Doctor’s Dining Room.

Ontario – The Meeting Place. 2235 E. Fourth St., Suites D & E, Ontario, 91764. Located north of 10 Freeway between Archibald and Vineyard

Monterey Park – Monterey Park Hospital. 900 S. Atlantic, Monterey Park, 91754 Check with front desk for class location.

Paramount – Suburban Medical Center 16453 S. Colorado Ave. Paramount, 90723. Arrive to front lobby. Classes in Education Area

West Covina - Citrus Valley, Queen of Valley, 1115 S. Sunset Ave. , West Covina, 91790. Annex 7 is in the West parking lot, Oakwood – north parking

Courses are listed in alphabetical order. Programs included in this flyer are:

|E-Learning Skills Check Off, BLS, ACLS, PALS |Diabetes, Hyperglycemia |

|5 Million Lives: Strategies for Pt. Care |Elder Abuse |

|12 Lead EKG Interpretation |Emergency Nursing for New Grads |

|ACLS – Advanced Cardiac Life Support |Head to Toe Assessment with Advanced Concepts |

|ACLS – EP ACLS For the Experienced Provider |Hemodynamic Monitoring |

|Arterial Blood Gas Analysis - ABGs |I.V. Therapy and Blood Withdrawal |

|Assault Response – AB 508 |Lab Values |

|Assertiveness Training |Medical Terminology Introduction |

|BLS/CPR – Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider |National Patient Safety Goals |

|Cardiac Dysrhythmias for Monitor Techs |NRP – Neonatal Resuscitation First Time and Renewal |

|Cardiac Dysrhythmias (RN, LVN, RT) |Pain Management |

|Central Lines |PALS – Pediatric Advanced Life |

|Chemotherapy Validation |Psychiatric Patient Assessment |

|Core Measures – MI, CHF |Spanish for Healthcare Personnel |

|Core Measures – Pneumonia |Stress Management |

|Core Measures – Surgical Care |Team Building in Healthcare |

|Critical Care Nursing |Triage Concepts in the Emergency Dept. |

|Cultural Diversity |Unit Secretary and Transcription of Orders |

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|Self Study Module Listings are Located on the Last Page |

E-Learning is Here for BLS, ACLS and PALS! Advantages

No book to purchase, online convenience at your own pace, and complete skills

in a short period of time by appointment. Skills check available last Thursday of most months between 5 – 8 pm

All Prices Include Online Part 1 and Personal Skills Validation

Bundle includes E-Learning Code and Card – Prices for Contract Personnel Only

        BLS - $24 for Bundle              ACLS - $117 for Bundle            PALS - $117 for Bundle

Bundle Prices Based on Skills Validation at an already scheduled course. Individual validations may result in increased fees.

HeartCode BLS -  *Skills Time 30 min to 2 hours 

HeartCode ACLS - *Skills Time 1 hour to 3 hours HeartCode PALS - *Skills Time 2 hours to 4 hours

*Skills time will vary depending upon participant's skill level and experience.

Skills validation for intact groups may be individualized to your specific work setting!

|1.  Identify request via Register Button. |

|2.  We will contact you to purchase the online access key and arrange personal skills validation.  |

|Access Key will be emailed to you. |

|3.  Complete Online Part 1 at your own pace. |

|4.  Bring completed Part 1 Online Certificate to arranged skills validation. |

|5.  Upon successful completion you will be given your AHA Provider Card valid for 2 years |

|E-Learning AHA Skills Check Off for BLS, ACLS, PALS by Appointment |

|E-Learning provides an opportunity for the learner to completed the lecture portion of the courses on-line and come to us to complete your skills |

|validation. These programs are renewal and/or first time. The participant who is successful will receive the same AHA card as if they had come to a live |

|class. Call us for an on-line Key Code and purchase the bundle to complete your AHA card process. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Oct 29 |Thursday |5 pm – 8 pm |Ontario |Participant must have purchased the Key Code Bundle, which includes the on-line |

| | | |Available |The Meeting Place |portion, and the skills check off. No Charge for Skills Check Off if completed at |

| | | | | |an already scheduled full course. Price includes E-Learning Code and Card cost. |

| | | | | |Individual validation may incur higher fees. |

| | | | | |BLS - $24   ACLS - $117   PALS - $117 |

| | | | | |HeartCode BLS -  *Skills Time 30 min to 2 hours  |

| | | | | |HeartCode ACLS - *Skills Time 1 hour to 3 hours |

| | | | | |HeartCode PALS - *Skills Time 2 hours to 4 hours |

|1 |Nov 30 |Tuesday | | | |

|1 |Dec 30 |Thursday | | | |

|[pic]5 Million Lives: Strategies for Care 8.0 Contact Hours |

|Learn about the campaign to save 5 million lives. Everyone is part of this team! The course will include the 6 interventional strategies of Rapid Response|

|Teams, Evidenced Based Care a Acute MI, Prevention of Adverse Drug Events, Prevention of Central Line Infections, Prevention of Surgical Site Infections |

|and Prevention of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Nov 1 |Monday |8:30a – 4:30 p |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B/C |No Charge for Class |

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The 5 Million Lives Campaign will be the largest improvement initiative undertaken in recent history by the health care industry. The changes are bold and the goals are enormous.

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As with men, women's most common heart attack symptom is chest pain or discomfort. But women are somewhat more likely than men to experience some of the other common symptoms, particularly shortness of breath, nausea/vomiting, and back or jaw pain.()

|ACLS – Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider First Time 12.0 Contact Hours |

|Healthcare providers will enhance their skills in the treatment of the adult victim of a cardiac arrest or other cardiopulmonary emergencies. For emergency,|

|intensive care, or critical care healthcare providers such as physicians, nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other professionals who may need |

|to respond to a cardiovascular emergency. Participant must have knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias prior to taking the course. |

|Questions about ACLS or PALS? Call, Text or Email Terry: Educate100@ (951)520-3116 |

|Each student must have the current textbook for the course. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Oct 23 |Saturday |8 am – 8 pm |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C |$12 for Card |

| | | | | |$35.00 for Book |

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| | | | | |Required Textbook: |

| | | | | |ACLS Provider Manual |

| | | | | |(80-1088) |

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|1 |Oct 30 |Saturday |8 am – 8 pm |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|1 |Nov 4 |Thursday |8 am – 8 pm |Paramount, Suburban Med Ctr, Education | |

|1 |Nov 6 |Saturday |8 am – 8 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Oakwood A | |

|1 |Nov 13 |Saturday |8 am – 8 pm |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|1 |Dec 2 |Thursday |8 am – 8 pm |Paramount, Suburban Med Ctr, Education | |

|1 |Dec 11 |Saturday |8 am – 8 pm |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

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Coronary heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death in the United States. Stroke is the No. 3 cause of death in the United States and a leading cause of serious disability. In the United States, total cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death. Looking at specific age groups, cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 cause of death for people age 75 and older, No. 2 for people ages 25–74 and No. 5 for people ages 15–24 ()

|ACLS – EP ACLS for Experienced Providers & ACLS Renewal 8.0 Hours |

|The ACLS-EP is an option for your ACLS Renewal. The successful participant will receive 2 cards; and ACLS Provider Card and an ACLS-EP Card. The course |

|covers the core ACLS content as well as covering dynamic pre arrest situations. Group case scenario discussions are included. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|The ACLS EP Option will be offered at most of the ACLS renewal programs provided there are groups of 6 –|$35 Book |

|10 persons who are experienced ACLS providers renewing their cards. |$12 total for ACLS Renewal card and ACLS-EP Card |

|ACLS – Advanced Cardiac Life Support Renewal 6.0 or 8.0 Contact Hours |

|This renewal class will enhance their skills in the treatment of the adult victim of a cardiac arrest or other cardiopulmonary emergencies. For emergency, |

|intensive care, or critical care healthcare providers such as physicians, nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other professionals who may need |

|to respond to a cardiovascular emergency. Participant must have knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias prior to taking the course. Persons taking the |

|course without a current card must be able to successfully complete the course without remediation. |

|The ACLS EP Option will be offered at most of the ACLS renewal programs provided there are groups of 6 – 10 persons who are experienced ACLS providers |

|renewing their cards. |

|Questions about ACLS or PALS? Call, Text or Email Terry: Educate100@ (951)520-3116 |

|Please bring your current card to the course. Each student must have the current textbook for the course. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Oct 23 |Saturday |8 am – 4:30 pm |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C |$12 for Card |

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| | | | | |$35.00 for Book |

| | | | | |Required Textbook: |

| | | | | |ACLS Provider Manual (80-1088) |

|1 |Oct 27 |Wed |11 am – 5 pm |Paramount, Suburban Med Ctr, Education | |

|1 |Oct 30 |Saturday |8 am – 4:30 pm |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|1 |Nov 6 |Saturday |8 am – 4:30 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Oakwood A | |

|1 |Nov 13 |Saturday |8 am – 4:30 pm |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|1 |Nov 17 |Wed |11 am – 5 pm |El Monte, Greater El Monte, Modular Building | |

|1 |Dec 11 |Saturday |8 am – 4:30 pm |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|[pic]Assault Response Training AB 508 2.0 Contact Hours |

|This two hour class will include the following: General safety measures, personal safety measures, the assault cycle, characteristics of aggressive and |

|violent patients, strategies to avoid physical harm, and restraining techniques. Participants will need to wear comfortable clothing. Hands-on techniques |

|are included. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

| |TBA | | | |No Charge for Class |

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[pic]Although anyone working in a hospital may become a victim of violence, nurses and aides who have the most direct contact with patients are at higher risk. Other hospital personnel at increased risk of violence include emergency response personnel, hospital safety officers, and all health care providers. ()

|[pic] Assertiveness Training 4.0 Contact Hours |

|Learn skills to approach others with assertion rather than aggressively. The course will be interactive and scenario-based to help with skills to enhance |

|your communication skills. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Nov 4 |Thursday |5 pm – 9 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Oakwood A |No Charge for Class |

|[pic]BLS or CPR – Health Care Provider First Time No Contact Hours |

|BLS or CPR – Health Care Provider First Time No Contact Hours |

|This course is designed to teach the skills of CPR for victims of all ages, use of an automated external defibrillator and relief of choking. For |

|healthcare providers – for example, EMS personnel, physician assistants, physicians, dentists, nurses, respiratory therapists and others who must have a |

|credential (card) documenting successful completion of a CPR course. Questions about BLS? Email or call Katie Katiewellins@ (909) 855-5300 |

|Each student must have the current textbook for the course. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Oct 14 |Thu |2 pm – 8 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Annex 7 |$6 for Card $15 Book |

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| | | | | |Required Textbook: |

| | | | | |Basic Life Support |

| | | | | |for Healthcare |

| | | | | |Providers Student |

| | | | | |Manual (80-1010) |

|1 |Oct 27 |Wed |8 am – 1 pm |Paramount, Suburban Med Ctr, Education | |

|1 |Oct 30 |Saturday |8 am – 1 pm |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|1 |Nov 13 |Saturday |8 am – 1 pm |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|1 |Nov 17 |Wed |8 am – 1 pm |El Monte, Greater El Monte, Modular Building | |

|1 |Dec 3 |Fri |12 n – 6 pm |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C | |

|1 |Dec 11 |Saturday |8 am – 1 pm |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

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The estimated average number of years of life lost due to a heart attack is 15. (Natl Vital Stat Rep.2008;56[10]:1–20.) About every 25 seconds, an American will suffer a coronary event, and about every minute someone will die from one. (AHA computation based on latest available mortality data.)

|[pic]BLS or CPR – Health Care Provider Renewal No Contact Hours |

|This course is designed to renew the skills of CPR for victims of all ages, use of an automated external defibrillator and relief of choking. For |

|healthcare providers – for example, EMS personnel, physician assistants, physicians, dentists, nurses, respiratory therapists and others who must have a |

|credential (card) documenting successful completion of a CPR course. Persons taking the course without a current card must be able to successfully complete|

|the course without remediation. Questions about BLS? Email or call Katie Katiewellins@ (909) 855-5300 |

|Please bring your current card to the course. Each student must have the current textbook for the course. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Oct 14 |Thu |10 am – 1 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Annex 7 |$6 for Card |

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| | | | | |$15 Book |

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| | | | | |Required Textbook: |

| | | | | |Basic Life Support |

| | | | | |for Healthcare |

| | | | | |Providers Student |

| | | | | |Manual (80-1010) |

|1 |Oct 16 |Saturday |8 am – 11 am |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Oakwood A | |

|1 |Oct 21 |Thu |9 am – 12 noon |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C | |

|1 |Oct 23 |Saturday |8 am – 11 am |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C | |

|1 |Oct 26 |Tue |3 pm – 6 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Annex 7 | |

|1 |Oct 27 |Wed |8 am – 11 am |Paramount, Suburban Med Ctr, Education | |

|1 |Oct 30 |Saturday |8 am – 11 am |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|1 |Nov 3 |Wed |9 am – 12 noon |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C | |

|1 |Nov 6 |Saturday |8 am – 11 am |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Oakwood A | |

|1 |Nov 11 |Thu |8:30 – 11:30 am |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Annex 7 | |

|1 |Nov 13 |Saturday |8 am – 11 am |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|1 |Nov 16 |Tue |5 pm – 8 pm |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C | |

|1 |Nov 17 |Wed |8 am – 11 am |El Monte, Greater El Monte, Modular Building | |

|1 |Nov 22 |Mon |2 pm – 5 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Annex 7 | |

|1 |Dec 3 |Fri |8:30 – 11:30 |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C | |

|1 |Dec 8 |Wed |3 pm – 6 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Annex 7 | |

|1 |Dec 11 |Saturday |8 am – 11 am |Ontario, The Meeting Place, Suite D | |

|1 |Dec 14 |Tues |5 pm – 8 pm |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C | |

|[pic]Cardiac Dysrhythmias for Monitor Technicians 24.0 Contact |

|This course is designed for the person taking cardiac dysrhythmias for the first time. This may help the person who would like to be a monitor technician.|

|The class will include anatomy and physiology of the heart, conduction of the heart and analysis of sinus, atrial, junctional, heart block and ventricular |

|rhythms. Pacemakers will be discussed. Homework and completion of an exam are required to obtain a certificate. |

|Each student must have the current textbook for the course |

|# Days |Date and Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|4 |Tuesdays |4 pm – 10 pm |Covina, Intercommunity Medical |No Charge for Class $60 for Book |

| |October 12, 19, 26 and Nov 2 | |Center, Classroom A |ECG’s Made Easy by Aehlert. ISBN: 0323039693 ISBN-13:|

| | | | |9780323039697 |

|Cardiac Dysrhythmias & Therapeutic Modalities (RN, LVN, RTs) 20.0 Contact |

|This course is designed for the healthcare provider to learn to analyze the cardiac rhythms. The program is also helpful as a review if you have taken the|

|course before. The class will include anatomy and physiology of the heart, conduction of the heart and analysis of sinus, atrial, junctional, heart block |

|and ventricular rhythms. Emphasis will be placed on the effect of these rhythms on cardiac function and appropriate treatment. Pacemakers will be |

|discussed. Homework and completion of an exam are required to obtain a certificate. |

|Each student must have the current textbook for the course. |

|# Days |Date |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|3 |Tuesdays |4 pm – 10 pm |Covina, Intercommunity Medical |No Charge the Class |

| |October 19, 26 and Nov 2 | |Center, Classroom A |$60 for Book |

| |. | | |ECG’s Made Easy by Aehlert. ISBN: 0323039693 |

| | | | |ISBN-13: 9780323039697 |

|3 |Wednesdays |8 am – 2:30 pm |Paramount, Suburban Med Ctr, | |

| |November 10, 17, and 24 | |Education | |

| [pic]Core Measures: Surgical Care 8.0 Contact Hours |

|Learn about the Core Measure for Surgical Care. Course will include pathophysiology as it relates to surgical cases as well as an emphasis on sepsis, lab |

|value correlation, indicators and incorporate a case study approach to integrate the information. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |TBA | | | |No Charge for Class |

|Critical Care Nursing 48.0 Contact Hours |

|Class size is limited. you must pre-register |

|This course is designed to help course participants succeed in obtaining the knowledge and skills needed for basic Critical Care Nursing. A pathophysiology |

|approach will be utilized to emphasize concepts for cardiovascular and pulmonary disorders. Full sections on hemodynamic monitoring and ventilators will be |

|included. The program will also cover neuro, renal, and endocrine systems as well as case studies. Requirements for Completion: Homework, Attendance at |

|all sessions, and completion of exam. Each student must have the current textbook. |

|# Days |Date and Days |Time |Location |Pricing and Books |

| |Tuesdays, November 2, 9, 23, 30 and |3 pm – 9:30 pm |Monterey Park |No Charge for Class $10 for Notebook $90 for Book: Introduction |

|6 |December 7 | | |to Critical Care Nursing by Sole ISBN: 978-1-4160-5656-0 |

| |Monday December 13 | | |30% Class Discount for New Grads & Students |

| |(no class meeting on Nov 16) | | | |

|[pic]Cultural Diversity 4.0 Contact Hours |

|Work on the steps to becoming culturally competent. We are a wonderfully, culturally diverse community. Learn about different cultures and how you can |

|help with better care once understanding cultural variables. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |TBA | | | |No Charge for Class |

|Emergency Nursing for RNs and New Grad Program 48.0 Contact Hours |

|This course is designed to help course participants succeed in obtaining the knowledge and skills needed for working in the Emergency Department. The ENA |

|Core Curriculum will be the basis of the course including Assessment and Resuscitation, Triage, Abuse, Organ and Tissue Donation, Pain Management, Clinical |

|Emergencies, Abdominal, Cardiovascular, EENT, Endocrine, Environmental, Infectious Diseases, Neurological Emergencies, Obstetric and Gynecological, Ocular, |

|Orthopedic, Toxicology, Psychiatric, Respiratory, Shock, Wounds and Aspects of Trauma. Legal aspects and professionalism will also be discussed. The |

|course will include case scenarios. The course would also serve as a good overview for the current E.D. nursing intending to take the CEN certification |

|exam. |

|Each student must have the current textbook for the course. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |

|6 |TBA | | |No Charge for Class $90 for Book $10 for Materials Emergency Nursing |

| | | | |Principles and Practice by Sheehy. ISBN: 978-0-323-05585-7 |

|Head to Toe Assessment with Advanced Concepts 4.0 Contact Hours |

|Enhance your head to toe assessment techniques. Learn an approach to complete a comprehensive and rapid head to toe assessment. Advanced concepts for |

|assessment will be discussed. Participants will have an opportunity to practice the skills. It would be helpful to bring a stethoscope and a pen light. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Nov 9 |Tue |1 pm – 5 pm |Covina, Intercommunity Classroom A |No Charge for Class |

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|Hemodynamic Monitoring 4.0 Contact Hours |

|Learn about cardiac anatomy and physiology and how hemodynamic parameters of preload, afterload, cardiac output, cardiac index related to patient care. |

|Hands-on use of the Swan-Ganz pulmonary artery catheter will be discussed. Calculation of hemodynamic parameters of SVR, PVR, and C.I. will be practiced |

|utilizing a case-scenario approach. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Oct 15 |Fri |3 pm – 7 pm |Glendora, Foothill Presbyterian, DDR |No Charge for Class |

|[pic]National Patient Safety Goals 8.0 Contact Hours |

|This course will discuss the current NPSG and how implementing these guidelines can help prevent harm to patients. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Dec 6 |Monday |8:30a – 4:30 p |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B/C |No Charge for Class |

|Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) Provider or Renewal |

|Register at to request an appointment time |

|Textbook: Textbook of Neonatal Resuscitation, 5th Edition |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |TBA |$29 for Online Course No Charge for Skills |

| | | | | |Steps to taking the $29 online verification. |

| | | | | |Logon to: nrp |

| | | | | |NRP Online Evaluation (click on circle) |

| | | | | |Create a New Account (Purchase $29.00) |

| | | | | |Take Exam |

| | | | | |The American Academy of Pediatrics developed a Written Evaluation Online tool, which allows you |

| | | | | |to take the NRP test / evaluation at your convenience. After completing a self review of the |

| | | | | |course manual, and you feel you have mastered the required lessons, you can register for the |

| | | | | |online written evaluation. Once registered, you have 14 days to complete the lesson evaluations.|

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| | | | | |You will perform a short skills check / Megacode with a performance checklist to verify |

| | | | | |competency of the required skills. |

| | | | | |Online evaluation must take place prior to evaluation of You must present this to the instructor |

| | | | | |within 30 days of completion as evidence of successfully completing the online exam. |

| | | | | |If 30 days pass without completion of the Performance Checklist component, the online test |

| | | | | |becomes invalid. The 30 days start on the day that the learner takes the examination the first |

| | | | | |time. The online fee is not refundable. |

|Key Medical will be offering NRP renewals at a | | |

|later date in October. All NRP renewals for | | |

|Citrus Valley will be conducted by Queen of the | | |

|Valley. Please contact the education department | | |

|for detailed information. | | |

|Bring your completed online testing certificate | | |

|within 30 days of completion for skills | | |

|validation. | | |

|Bring your current card for renewal. | | |

|Register ahead of time for an appointment. | | |

|Appointments are made at ½ hour intervals. You | | |

|may need to wait for other students to complete | | |

|before your appointment time. | | |

|PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider First Time 12.0 Contact |

|Designed to aid the pediatric healthcare provider in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently and effectively manage critically ill |

|infants and children, resulting in improved outcomes. For pediatricians, emergency physicians, family physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse |

|practitioners, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other healthcare providers who initiate and direct advanced life support in pediatric emergencies. |

|Knowledge of basic cardiac dysrhythmias is required. Includes airway, mega-code, BLS and intraosseous stations. |

|Questions about ACLS or PALS? Call, Text or Email Terry: Educate100@ (951)520-3116 |

|Each student must have the current textbook for the course. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Oct 16 |Saturday |8 am – 8 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Oakwood A |$12 for Card $40 Book |

| | | | | |Pediatric Advanced Life Support Course Guide & |

| | | | | |Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider Manual |

| | | | | |(80-1434) |

|1 |Nov 20 |Saturday |8 am – 8 pm |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C | |

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Dr. Inaba’s Simplified Pediatric Vital Signs: ()

• Newborn to 1 Year-HR 140/ Resp 40 • 1 to 4 Years-HR 120/Resp 30 • 4 to 12 Years- HR 100/Resp 20

|PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support Renewal 8.0 Contact |

|Designed to aid the pediatric healthcare provider in renewing the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently and effectively manage critically ill |

|infants and children, resulting in improved outcomes. For pediatricians, emergency physicians, family physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse |

|practitioners, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other healthcare providers who initiate and direct advanced life support in pediatric emergencies. |

|Persons taking the course without a current card must be able to successfully complete the course without remediation. Knowledge of basic cardiac |

|dysrhythmias is required. Includes airway, mega-code, BLS and intraosseous stations. |

|Questions about ACLS or PALS? Call, Text or Email Terry: Educate100@ (951)520-3116 |

|Please bring your current card to the course. Each student must have the current textbook for the course |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Oct 16 |Saturday |8 am – 4:30 pm |West Covina, Queen of the Valley, Oakwood A |$12 for Card $40 Book |

| | | | | |Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider |

| | | | | |Manual |

| | | | | |(80-1434) |

|1 |Nov 20 |Saturday |8 am – 4:30 pm |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C | |

|Triage Concepts for the Emergency Department 4.0 Contact Hours. |

|Enhance or learn effective triage techniques for the E.D. Taught by experienced E.D. nurses with real-life situations. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |Nov 4 |Thursday |9 am – 1 pm |Covina, Intercommunity, Class B & C |No Charge for Class |

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|Telemetry Nurse Class – Critical Thinking and Advanced Concepts |

|This course is designed as an update and a program to enhance critical thinking for the nurse working in telemetry. The class will involve dysrhythmias |

|overview with rationale, lab values, and disease process often seen in the unit. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |Pricing and Books |

|1 |TBA | | | |No Charge for Class |

|[pic]Unit Secretary and Transcription of Physician Orders No Contact Hours |

|This course will provide the learner with the necessary introductory skills to become a Unit Secretary or Ward Clerk. The program includes communication |

|techniques, medical abbreviations, and transcription of physicians orders on to a Kardex. Techniques for computer data entry will be discussed. |

|# Days |Date |Day |Times |Location |

|3 |TBA | | |No Charge for Class $10 for Notebook |

|Self Study Modules available online at More Coming! |

|•  4.0 Contact Hours Anticoagulation National Patient Safety Goal |•  6.0 Contact Hours Diabetes Pathophysiology |

|•  4.0 Contact Hours Pain Assessment and Management with Aging |•  6.0 Contact Hours Caring for the Elderly Assessment and Emergency Care |

|•  4.0 Contact Hours Assault Response Training AB 508 |•  8.0 Contact Hour Diabetes and Hypoglycemia |

|•  4.0 Contact Hours Aspects of Conscious/Sedation Analgesia |• 15.0 Contact Hours Respiratory Disorders: Asthma and COPD |

|•  5.0 Contact Hours Triage and Assessment in the ED |•  15.0 Contact Hours Dysrhythmia With Therapeutic Modalities |

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