PALS Interim Training – Part 1 – Virtual Cognitive ***ZOOM***
Part 1 – Virtual Cognitive Learning
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Interim Training program is designed to deliver high-quality content and clear instruction to healthcare providers, with an emphasis on the important cognitive learning that takes place in our courses. Instructors will engage learners in focused dialogue to explore concepts and cement knowledge; they will facilitate detailed walkthroughs and will lead step-by-step verbalization of important skills, all while answering questions and furthering the discussion around local protocols.
What is Virtual Cognitive Learning
This is Part 1 of a two-part course --- this virtual session is facilitated by a Heart & Stroke instructor. It leverages videoconference technology (locally or freely available online) with Heart & Stroke’s portal and virtual learning platform. Students will join their instructor in a “virtual classroom” where they can interact with classmates, engage in discussion, ask questions and gain a strong understanding of:
The pediatric systematic approach
The role of high-quality CPR and airway management
Respiratory, shock and cardiopulmonary arrest emergencies and early interventions
Post-cardiac arrest management
Multi-rescuer resuscitation and team dynamics
Audience for PALS Interim Learning
Healthcare providers and emergency medical professionals working in the service of pediatric patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An individual Heart & Stroke Resuscitation portal account
Computer or device with speakers and microphone or combination microphone/headset
Install and test the videoconference software required by your instructor before course