24-7 EMS Delivers ECC Update in new CPR guidelines

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, Wash. — There are significant changes in the new ECC guidelines. All EMS personnel must be retrained. This month 24-7 EMS releases the Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC) Update class. All 24-7 EMS subscribers will receive this vital class as a part of their regular subscription.

The 24-7 EMS class is packed with powerful training tools. It features 3D graphics, demonstrations, skills practice scenarios and interviews with those involved in developing and implementing the new protocols:

  • Edward Stapleton, EMT-P, Member of the American Heart Association (AHA) Professional Education Committee and a member of the Executive Committee of the Executive Council on Cardiopulmonary and Critical Care
  • Ed Racht, MD, Member AHA  AED Ad Hoc Committee

This important program also includes a 24-7 Extra on canine resuscitation.
24-7 EMS provides high quality continuing education training for emergency responders based on the DOT refresher curriculum. This integrated subscription training service delivers 12 comprehensive classes a year. Each one and a half to three hour class features learning objectives, lesson plan, PowerPoint, video, skills practice, pre and post test with annotated answer key, and student handouts, including glossary and bibliography. Robust online training and secure testing create a complete blended learning package. This flexible program can be used in the classroom or for independent self study.
Free sample programs are available for preview.

24-7 EMS is approved by CECBEMS and most states as a source of EMS continuing education. The leader in EMS continuing education, 24-7 EMS was founded in 2003 by the originators of Emergency Medical Update.

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