LearnEM CRASH Course
Critical Care ~ Resuscitation ~ Advanced Life Support
CRASH: Critical Care, Resuscitation, Advanced life support, Simulation and Skills training
The CRASH course provides essential skills in critical care, resuscitation and ALS for Medical Officers and Nurses for caring for emergency patients. The course is relevant to GPs/Rural Practitioners, Training Medical Officers/CMOs and Nurses working in the acute care, rural/remote environments or retrieval services.
CRASH combines online pre-learning with a two day skills/simulation workshop at LearnEM's Training Centre in Adelaide. The workshop features intensive small group training in procedural skills and clinical simulation in the assessment and recognition of serious illness, resuscitation, stabilisation and transfer of the critically ill, and team skills, communication and clinical leadership.
Procedural workshops include advanced airway management and cricothyrotomy, mechanical and non-invasive ventilation, difficult vascular access, cardioversion/pacing, ALS–CPR, neonatal resuscitation, communication and leadership.
Simulation is a major feature of the program, facilitating transfer of medical knowledge and procedural skills to the clinical care of the critically ill adult and child.
Course Dates for 2020
4 & 5 June 2020 (Date for this workshop to be rescheduled to July/August due to COVID19)
15 & 16 October 2020 (SOLD OUT)
Medical Practitioners : $2500.00 (incl. GST)
Registered Nurse : $1250 (inc GST)
Registration includes access to Course eLearning and Two Day Skills and Simulation Workshop. Registration is open to all clinicians.
Course Venue: LearnEM Training Centre, 47 Manton Street, Hindmarsh, SA 5007
Australian College for Rural and Remote Medicine (Advanced Life Support, 22 Performance review, 22 Educational Activity units and 1 MOPS point): Tier 2 Emergency Medicine Course
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (40 Accredited CPD points: Activity Number 191060)
Rural procedural Grant: Two days for Emergency Medicine or Anaesthesia
The course meets minimum competency requirements for clinical privileging for the SA Department of Health
Contact: Nikki Murray, LearnEM Program Coordinator
Phone: 0413 215 944
Instructions: Click the link below to access the workshop pre-learning. (Pre-learning can only be accessed by participants registered for the workshop).