Kalispell,
30
January
2019
|
10:50 PM
America/Denver

Continuing education for pediatric providers

Pediatric critical care training open to area clinicians

Designed to keep health care workers up-to-date on medical advances, continuing education (CE) credits are an educational requirement for professionals with health care careers. They fill the gap between current care and optimal care and are mandated by licensing boards, professional societies and certification boards for health care professionals.

If you are a local provider and interested in boosting your pediatric skills and training, take a peek at the course offered by Kalispell Regional Healthcare Education Department. There are limited spaces available so register soon if you are interested.

Continuing education course: Pediatric fundamental critical care support

Pediatric fundamental critical care support (PFCCS) focuses exclusively on fundamental concepts for professional providers who may be involved in the initial management and transfer of critically ill or injured infants and children. PFCCS prepares non-intensivists, nurses, and critical care practitioners to deal with acute deterioration of critically ill pediatric patients. The course also assists the non-intensivist in handling the sudden decline of a previously stable patient and prepares house staff for PICU coverage.

Registration information

  • Registration deadline: March 4, 2019
  • Online registration with Eventbrite (please select your appropriate provider category)
  • Course materials should be picked up by March 4, 2019 from Rachel Burch (rburch@krmc.org) at Kalispell Regional Medical Center. Included in your course materials will be a welcome letter indicating content to review.