The Emergency Airway + Ventilation Course is designed to meet the needs of healthcare facilities that may be required to intubate and ventilate critically ill patients.
Public Emergency Departments (ED)
*Exposure to settings where patients are intubated and ventilated is required either before or immediately after the course for optimal learning.
This three-day simulator-based course is designed to teach the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to safely intubate and ventilate critically ill patients in any setting. The course is taught by an experienced faculty using small groups and patient simulators, who facilitate delegates to build their competence through realistic scenarios.
The Emergency Airway + Ventilation Course is designed to meet the needs of healthcare facilities that may be required to intubate and ventilate critically ill patients. The course is designed by our local experts to meet the learning needs of the health workforce (Nurses, Clinical Officers and Medical Officers) working in these facilities either in the emergency department or in critical care.
The Emergency Airway + Ventilation Course consists of the following components:
The 3-day face to face workshop consists of short, focused discussions with real-time practical demonstrations followed by hands-on-practice sessions under the guidance of experienced emergency and critical care experts.
Ratio = 6 participants per 2 faculty, maximum – 12 participants. This is a 3-full day workshop.
An Emergency Airway + Ventilation Course certificate (valid for two years)
If you have any queries about the course or its relevance to your facility, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org