ACLS in Ontario?
- 0Oct 14, '06 by mcleanlOkay, my ACLS has expired and I haven't returned to work since moving back to Ontario. Where do nurses get recertified for ALCS outside of the hospital?
- 0Oct 14, '06 by NotReady4PrimeTime, RN Senior ModeratorCheck with the local community colleges. Find out where they train paramedics and EMTs and see where they recert. I know that here in the Edmonton area I can recert for PALS at both Grant McEwan College and through STARS (Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service) but it costs a chunk of cash. I'm sure they also run ACLS several times a year.
- 0Oct 14, '06 by HeatherDLYeah.......
If your close to Toronto try the mitchner insititute.... I KNOW they run it usually every other w/e or so. They also do PALS, NRP and lots more. Check it out. If your closer to Hamilton try McMaster.... they are holding the course Oct 28/29th which I will be attending:wink2:
- 0Oct 14, '06 by NotReady4PrimeTime, RN Senior ModeratorPALS recerts here are two days. The hospital will pay for the instruction (only if taken on-site) but not the manual or anything else, and will not give you time off to attend (PALS or anything else you might feel to be a good educational opportunity). If you don't already have the days off, don't sign up.
- 0Oct 27, '06 by Sarah, RNBScNRecert ACLS is 2 days
Day 1 : 4 hrs. in pm (18 - 22)
Heart and Stroke Foundation, 2006 Guidelines
Breakout sessions 30 mins each on: A/W management, Defib/AED, Bradycardias/PEA/Asystole, Tachycardias, Stable and Unstable
Day 2: 08:30 to 16:00 hrs
Coronary Artery Syndrome
Megacode Practice (groups of 4 at 4 stations; 45 mins. stations)
Evaluations / Cards
Cost $329.58 / per person (GST included) ; instruction/certificate/precourse material.
You can check the michener website if you are in southern ontario.