CCNAPI Training Program: Enhancing Resuscitation Skills (Cardio-Cerebral-Pulmonary-Resuscitation)

Resuscitation practice follows the established 2005 International Council guidelines that was published and developed using evidence-based recommendation for CPR and emergency cardiovascular care. This course intends to update the nurses with these guidelines to enhance their resuscitation practice skills. A one-day seminar-workshop is designed to provide the nurses with information and opportunity to renew and update their resuscitation skills and at the same time improve collaboration for emergency and advance cardiac life support through a timely, organized and comprehensive referral of the victim.

After the 8-hour course, the participants will be able to:
1. Identify the changes in the CPR techniques based on the 2005 CPR Guidelines;
2. Perform the recommended updated ABCD maneuvers with the understanding of its rationale.
3. Perform the CPCR, relief of foreign-body airway obstruction and recovery position in the adult, child and infant scenario;
4. Discuss the relevance of neuro protector agents during resuscitation process;
5. Pass proficiency examination (written and practical) to acquire certification as a CPCR provider; and
6. Collaborate effectively with the EMS or ACLS provider for further management and treatment of the cardiac arrest victim.

Program Accreditation No.: 2009-019-061
Valid From: February 25, 2010 – February 25, 2011
PRC: 7.5 Credit Units
CCNAPI: 8 Credit Units

SCHEDULE: (Dates are subject to change without prior notice.)
* May 17 and 24, 2010
* June 10, 2010
* July 8, 2010 July 6, 2010
* August 12, 2010
* September 9, 2010
* October 14, 2010 October 15, 2010
* November 18, 2010 November 10, 2010
* December 9, 2010 December 3, 2010



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