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Advanced Stroke Life Support

  • 1 hour
  • From 50 US dollars
  • William Street

Service Description

With a shared goal of reducing deaths and disabilities for stroke victims, the American Heart Association, in partnership with The University of Miami’s Gordon Center for Simulation and Innovation in Medical Education, has released the new Advanced Stroke Life Support Blended Learning course. This course, now offered as the AHA’s newest card-credentialing course discipline, educates healthcare professionals to identify, evaluate, and manage patients with stroke. Developed by experts in stroke, emergency medicine, prehospital care, and nursing education, the ASLS curriculum is now widely used by hundreds of hospitals, fire rescue, ambulance and EMS systems, and educational institutions throughout the country and around the globe. The course is also designed to meet the staff education requirements for the premier certifications for stroke systems of care from the Joint Commission’s Advanced Certifications. ASLS is appropriate for healthcare professionals in both prehospital and in-hospital settings involved in the management of acute stroke patients. This advanced course is ideal for: Stroke Coordinators Nursing Students and Nurses Advanced Practice Registered Nurses Paramedics and Emergency Medical Personnel Physicians Physician Assistants Residents and Fellows Medical Students Respiratory Therapists

Contact Details

  • 510 William Street, Fredericksburg, VA, USA


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