CRANAplus Advanced Remote Emergency Care courses available during 2017
- Are you expected to be a competent and current practitioner with advanced emergency skills and knowledge?
- Do you have the ability to lead your team taking on a senior position?
- Are you expected to be a competent Advanced Life Support provider?
CRANAplus have just completed a review of the AREC (Advanced Remote Emergency Care) program which will be ready to launch in 2017 in Tamworth. CRANAplus recommends that an AREC be undertaken every two years for those staff working in remote and isolated settings where they need to take a leadership role in an emergency situation.
We are actively seeking registrations for this AREC course from Emergency Department health professionals, Medical Officers, RN’s and Nurse Educators.
The program now runs over 3 days rather than 4 and has a completely new look. Register now!.
The Advanced Remote Emergency Care (AREC) course aims to extend the competencies of the experienced remote and isolated health practitioner to an advanced level beyond that of the Remote Emergency Care course. It has a focus on team leadership, critical thinking and communication in emergency situations.
Graduates of this course will be able to:
- Describe a comprehensive, systematic approach using the primary, secondary survey to deliver emergency care to the critically ill adult or child
- Describe and discuss treatment options, including the escalation or de-escalation of management choices
- Identify risks and safety issues associated with resuscitative management options
- Identify early physiological deterioration and understand the use of appropriate treatment options in a timely manner
- Demonstrate team leadership during the management of an emergency presentation
Demonstrate effective and accurate clinical documentation and handover.