These courses teach the basics of managing an advanced cardiac life support, including PEA, bradycardia, asystole and ventricular fibrillation. An instructional lecture is given prior to any of the practical portions and ACLS reference handouts are given to aid the simulated scenarios.
This course teaches the basic principles and techniques behind a lumbar puncture, thoracentesis, intubations, and cricothyroidotomies. Residents attend a lecture, review situations in which one of the procedures is performed and then test their skill on a simulator.
Completed during a medical student’s Emergency Medicine clerkship, this course is designed to teach medical students the basics of emergency medicine skills including suturing and knot tying, airway management, and splinting.
This course is an in-situ simulation designed for the Emergency Medicine medical staff. The course focuses on teamwork and communication skills training while reviewing the proper protocols for common emergency medicine complications.