Published Mar 3, 2004
Has anybody taken ACLS for experienced providers? If so, what was it like?
Has anybody taken ACLS for experienced providers? If so, what was it like?Thanks!
We hold a course bi-annually at the paramedic service where I part-time, it's a four hour course, (though it rarely takes that long) basically there's an update lecture then test and megacode and you're done.
traumaRUs, MSN, APRN
ACLS for EP is an 8 hour course with expanded scenarios - more in tune with what you would actually see in practice. Also, more in-depth pathophys and pharm. A lot of fun for the experienced ER RN. I really enjoyed it. Just curious - at your facility if you do ACLS/EP than do you have to do regular ACLS also? I teach regular ACLS and am a provider for ACLS/EP. Have fun!
At our hospital if you have renewed more than once, you can recert on the computer. I hate it. I would much rather do it the traditional way.
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