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ATLS APP (NP and PA) Billings Clinic 2020
 

Advanced Trauma Life Support® (ATLS®) Student Course presents a concise approach to assessing and managing multiply injured patients. The course presents doctors with knowledge and techniques that are comprehensive and easily adapted to fit their needs. The skills described in the manual represent one safe way to perform each technique, and the American College of Surgeons (ACS) recognizes that there are other acceptable approaches. However, the knowledge and skills taught in the course are easily adapted to all venues for the care of patients.

The ACS and its Committee on Trauma (COT) have developed the ATLS program for doctors. This program provides systemic and concise training for the early care of trauma patients. The ATLS program provides participants with a safe, reliable method for immediate management of the injured patient and the basic knowledge necessary to:

  1. Assess the patient’s condition rapidly and accurately
  2. Resuscitate and stabilize the patient according to priority
  3. Determine if the patient’s needs exceed a facility’s capacity
  4. Arrange appropriately for the patient’s inter-hospital transfer (who, what, when, and how)
  5. Assure that optimum care is provided and that the level of care does not deteriorate at any point during the evaluation, resuscitation, or transfer process

For doctors who infrequently treat trauma, the ATLS course provides an easy-to-remember method for evaluating and treating the victim of a traumatic event. For doctors who treat traumatic disease on a frequent basis, the ATLS course provides a scaffold for evaluation, treatment, education, and quality assurance. In short, ATLS is a measurable, reproducible, and comprehensive system of trauma care.

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Starts Starts: 3/20/2020 7:00 AM
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ATLS Auditor Billings Clinic 2020
 
The Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) program can teach you a systematic, concise approach to the care of a trauma patient. ATLS was developed by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma (COT) and was first introduced in the US and abroad in 1980.  Its courses provide you with a safe and reliable method for immediate management of injured patients.  The course teaches you how to assess a patient’s condition, resuscitate and stabilize him or her, and determine if his or her needs exceed a facility’s capacity. It also covers how to arrange for a patient’s inter-hospital transfer and assure that optimum care is provided throughout the process. If you don’t treat trauma patients frequently, an ATLS course provides an easy method to remember for evaluation and treatment of a trauma victim.

Up to two auditors are accepted into the ATLS courses.   “Auditors are nurses
(non-midlevel) or EMT-Paramedics who are involved in the management of trauma
patients.  Auditors will be able to observe lectures and skills station
but will not practice the skills.  Not
eligible for ACS verification.


Learn More







https://www.facs.org/quality-programs/trauma/atls

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Starts Starts: 3/20/2020 7:00 AM
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 2 seats
Closed Enrollment
ATLS MD and DO Billings Clinic 2020
 

Advanced Trauma Life Support® (ATLS®) Student Course presents a concise approach to assessing and managing multiply injured patients. The course presents doctors with knowledge and techniques that are comprehensive and easily adapted to fit their needs. The skills described in the manual represent one safe way to perform each technique, and the American College of Surgeons (ACS) recognizes that there are other acceptable approaches. However, the knowledge and skills taught in the course are easily adapted to all venues for the care of patients.

The ACS and its Committee on Trauma (COT) have developed the ATLS program for doctors. This program provides systemic and concise training for the early care of trauma patients. The ATLS program provides participants with a safe, reliable method for immediate management of the injured patient and the basic knowledge necessary to:

  1. Assess the patient’s condition rapidly and accurately
  2. Resuscitate and stabilize the patient according to priority
  3. Determine if the patient’s needs exceed a facility’s capacity
  4. Arrange appropriately for the patient’s inter-hospital transfer (who, what, when, and how)
  5. Assure that optimum care is provided and that the level of care does not deteriorate at any point during the evaluation, resuscitation, or transfer process

For doctors who infrequently treat trauma, the ATLS course provides an easy-to-remember method for evaluating and treating the victim of a traumatic event. For doctors who treat traumatic disease on a frequent basis, the ATLS course provides a scaffold for evaluation, treatment, education, and quality assurance. In short, ATLS is a measurable, reproducible, and comprehensive system of trauma care.

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Starts Starts: 3/20/2020 7:00 AM
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Class Size Class size: 9 seats
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Emergency Medical Technician - Bozeman
 


Read the EMT Basic Course application carefully and completely before registering.  There are strict guidelines and requirements for this course.

EMT Spring 2020 Schedule:

 Prerequisites to attend:

          -     18 years of age by graduation 

          -     No prior felony convictions

          -     Obtain American Heart Association (AHA) CPR certification prior to entering the hospital, clinical, or ambulance ride along experience.  There will be two opportunities (dates to TBD) to take a CPR class through BPM and the fee for the CPR course will be included in your initial EMT course fee.  If you do not take one these CPR classes through BPM, you are responsible for obtaining your AHA CPR certification elsewhere, or paying the fee to attend the next available BPM public class. 

AHA CPR certification is the ONLY CPR certification that BPM will accept for the EMT program. 

 Course and Study Commitment:

It is estimated that you will spend over 120 hours in the
classroom and an additional 10 hours in the Emergency Room for patient observation.  To say the least, this course is INTENSE and moves very quickly!  It requires MATURITY, DEDICATION and plenty of extra STUDY time.

We suggest that for every classroom hour you attend, you must
commit to an additional hour of outside study.  If you are an MSU student with a heavy course load, we do NOT recommend taking the course.  In the past, MSU students who carried heavy academic course loads had a very hard time completing this course.

 Attendance is required. You may not miss more than two excused classes and must pass all exams with a minimum score of 70%. If you fail two or more exams - including retests – you will be dropped from this course. 

Course registration :

Cost:
        $950.00

There is a $300.00 Non-Refundable deposit required to hold your seat.

The remaining $650.00 is due before the first day of class. 

Alternately you may mail checks to:

Best Practice Medicine
601 Haggerty Lane, Suite A 
Bozeman MT 59715

This price does not include the following:

1.  EMT textbook -  you may purchase on your own, or you may also purchase through BPM.

Emergency Care, 13th Edition by Daniel J. Limmer EMT-Pand Michael F. O'Keefe

Publisher: Pearson 13 edition (February 21, 2015)
ISBN-10: 0-13-402455-9 
ISBN-13: 978-0-13-402455-4


We are passionately committed to providing you with the
most professional, high-quality, and up-to-date training possible. We want you to succeed, to save lives, and be truly ready. To that end, we always recommend the latest edition of the training text book, so that you have the most recent editions of knowledge and practice in your training and at your fingertips.

You may purchase the book on your own, new or used, at Amazon.com or Textbooks.com, for example. Or you can order through Best Practice Medicine.

The companion workbook is not required. However, you may use it to supplement your learning.


2.  Immunization costs: MMR, Hepatitis B, TB, TDAP(if you are not current, and need to get them).

3.  Liability Insurance - https://landing.hpso.com

Note

Once you graduate from this course, there are investment costs associated with licensing 

exams and applications.

   - National Registry exam fee: $80

   - State Licensing application fee: $50

   - National Practitioner Database Self-Query: $4

   - Montana State Licensing Skills Exam Fee: $190


****A requirement of this course is to have access to a stable
internet connection, as there is regular online content in addition to online course exams.

Recertification requirements:

        Complete a state approved refresher course very two years

        Complete 48-hours of continuing education every two years

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Starts Starts: 3/23/2020 6:00 PM
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Emergency Medical Technician - Flathead
 


Read the EMT Basic Course application carefully and completely before registering. There are strict guidelines and requirements for this course.

EMT Summer 2020 Schedule:

Prerequisites to attend:

- 18 years of age by graduation

- No prior felony convictions

- ObtainAmerican Heart Association (AHA) CPR certificationprior toentering the hospital, clinical, or ambulance ride along experience. There will be two opportunities (dates to TBD) to take a CPR class through BPM and the fee for the CPR course will be included in your initial EMT course fee. If you do not take one these CPR classes through BPM, you are responsible for obtaining your AHA CPR certification elsewhere, or paying the fee to attend the next available BPM public class.

AHA CPR certification is the ONLY CPR certification that BPM will accept for the EMT program.

Course and StudyCommitment:

It is estimated that you will spend over 120 hours in the
classroom and an additional 10 hours in the Emergency Room for patient observation. To say the least, this course is INTENSE and moves very quickly! It requires MATURITY, DEDICATION and plenty of extra STUDY time.

We suggest that for every classroom hour you attend, you must
commit to an additional hour of outside study. If you are an MSU student with a heavy course load, we do NOT recommend taking the course. In the past, MSU students who carried heavy academic course loads had a very hard time completing this course.

Attendance is required. You may not miss more than two excused classes and must pass all exams with a minimum score of 70%.If you fail two or more exams- including retests – you will be dropped from this course.

Course registration :

Cost:
$950.00

There is a $300.00 Non-Refundable deposit required to hold your seat.

The remaining $650.00 is due before the first day of class.

Alternately you may mail checks to:

Best Practice Medicine
601 Haggerty Lane, Suite A
Bozeman MT 59715

This pricedoes notinclude the following:

1. EMT textbook - you may purchaseon your own, or you may also purchase through BPM.

2. Immunization costs (if you are not current, and need to get them).

3. Liability Insurance -https://landing.hpso.com

Note:

Once you graduate from this course, there areinvestment costs associated with licensing

exams and applications.

-National Registry exam fee:$80

-State Licensing application fee:$50

-National Practitioner Database Self-Query: $4

-Montana State Licensing Skills ExamFee:$190

Required Textbook

We are passionatelycommitted to providing you with the
most professional, high-quality, andup-to-date training possible. We want you to succeed, to save lives, and be trulyready. To that end, we always recommend the latest edition of the training text book, so that you have the most recent editions of knowledge and practice in your training andat your fingertips.

The Text Book:

Emergency Care, 13th Editionby Daniel J. Limmer EMT-P

and Michael F. O'Keefe

Publisher: Pearson 13 edition (February 21, 2015)
ISBN-10:0-13-402455-9
ISBN-13:978-0-13-402455-4

You may purchase the book on your own, new or used, at Amazon.comorTextbooks.com, for example.Or you can order through Best Practice Medicine.

The companion workbook is not required. However, you may use it
to supplement your learning.

****A requirement of this course is to have access to a stable
internet connection, as there is regular online content in addition to online course exams.

Recertificationrequirements:

Complete a state approved refresher course verytwo years

Complete 48-hours of continuing education everytwo years

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Starts Starts: 3/23/2020 6:00 PM
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Status Status: 15 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 18 seats
ATLS APP (NP and PA) Great Falls 2020
 

Advanced Trauma Life Support® (ATLS®) Student Course presents a concise approach to assessing and managing multiply injured patients. The course presents doctors with knowledge and techniques that are comprehensive and easily adapted to fit their needs. The skills described in the manual represent one safe way to perform each technique, and the American College of Surgeons (ACS) recognizes that there are other acceptable approaches. However, the knowledge and skills taught in the course are easily adapted to all venues for the care of patients.

The ACS and its Committee on Trauma (COT) have developed the ATLS program for doctors. This program provides systemic and concise training for the early care of trauma patients. The ATLS program provides participants with a safe, reliable method for immediate management of the injured patient and the basic knowledge necessary to:

  1. Assess the patient’s condition rapidly and accurately
  2. Resuscitate and stabilize the patient according to priority
  3. Determine if the patient’s needs exceed a facility’s capacity
  4. Arrange appropriately for the patient’s inter-hospital transfer (who, what, when, and how)
  5. Assure that optimum care is provided and that the level of care does not deteriorate at any point during the evaluation, resuscitation, or transfer process

For doctors who infrequently treat trauma, the ATLS course provides an easy-to-remember method for evaluating and treating the victim of a traumatic event. For doctors who treat traumatic disease on a frequent basis, the ATLS course provides a scaffold for evaluation, treatment, education, and quality assurance. In short, ATLS is a measurable, reproducible, and comprehensive system of trauma care.

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Starts Starts: 3/27/2020 7:00 AM
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Class Size Class size: 8 seats
Closed Enrollment
HIIN SEPSIS FOR MRMC
 
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.


  1. Criteria for successful completion



    1. Complete the one-hour online learning module prior to simulation event

    2. Attend, participate and return demonstrate during 3 hour simulation event

    3. Complete online evaluation quiz with score of 75% or greater correct



  2. Absence of conflicts of Interest:

There is no conflict of interest for anyone in a position to control content of this activity.



  1. Expiration date:

This educational material will expire on November 27th, 2020.


Access to the online pre-learning material can be found here:https://bestpracticemedicine.com/classes/hiin-sepsis
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PALS HeartCode®, Hands-On Portion - Flathead Campus
 

Students must first complete the online
portion of the PALS HeartCode? available
here. Upon successful completion of the
online portion, including the course exam, students receive a certificate of
completion, which they must present for entry into this Instructor-led hands-on
session. This Instructor-led session focuses on meaningful skills practice,
debriefing, team scenarios, skills testing and megacode testing. This session
takes approximately 1.5 to 5 hours depending on student number and experience.


Supplement your textbook with this online study
companion! ACLS-Algorithms is a subscription service that offers testing, the
most up-to-date information on AHA guidelines, as well as the algorithms to aid
in your success on PALS testing. Use the coupon code BPMMT to receive 20% off
your subscription! 
LINK:



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Starts Starts: 4/11/2020 8:30 AM
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Status Status: 6 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 6 seats
MSUN Sepsis simulation
 
MSUN nursing student simulation of Sepsis Thankyou for enrolling in the HIIN Sepsis Simulation! Before you begin, there are a few things to know: 1. You will need to complete the online learning portion (LINK FOUND HERE) required for this simulation to complete the hands on learning simulation. You will not be allowed to complete the simulation without having presented the online course certificate! 2. You will need to speak to your supervisor to choose which 3-hour time block (e.g 08:00-11:00) you would like to be in This. Is. A. Must! If you are not scheduled for a time block, you will not be allowed to complete the simulation. Please also note the following disclosures regarding this MNA approved learning activity for nurse contact hours. Approval statement for awarding contact hours This continuing nursing education activity was approved by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Criteria for successful completion Complete the one-hour online learning module prior to simulation event Attend, participate and return demonstrate during 3 hour simulation event Complete online evaluation quiz with score of 75% or greater correct Absence of conflicts of Interest There is no conflict of interest for anyone in a position to control content of this activity. Expiration date This educational material will expire on November 27th, 2020. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 406.602.4202 or help@bestpracticemedicine.com . Access to the online pre-learning material can be also found here:https://bestpracticemedicine.com/classes/hiin-sepsis More
Starts Starts: 4/14/2020 8:00 AM
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Status Status: 21 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 22 seats
PALS HeartCode®, Hands-On Portion
 

Students must first complete the online portion of the PALS HeartCode® available HERE

Upon successful completion of the online portion, including the course exam, students receive a certificate of completion, which they must present for entry into this Instructor-led hands-on session.  This Instructor-led session focuses on meaningful skills practice, debriefing, team scenarios, skills testing and megacode testing.  This session takes approximately 1.5 to 5 hours depending on student number and experience. 

Supplement your textbook with this online study companion! ACLS-Algorithms is a subscription service that offers testing, the most up-to-date information on AHA guidelines, as well as the algorithms to aid in your success on PALS testing. Use the coupon code BPMMT to receive 20% off your subscription!  LINK:










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Starts Starts: 4/15/2020 8:30 AM
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Simulation In Rural Healthcare SIRH
 
Simulation in Rural Healthcare SIRH

A national simulation conference for educators in rural healthcare in America. Simulation opportunities continue to grow in rural healthcare as do the challenges of providing meaningful, effective, accessible and affordable training. Join national thought leaders and pioneers in this growing an exciting field of clinical education for a one of a kind conference purpose-built for rural and remote educators.
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Starts Starts: 4/22/2020 8:00 AM
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ATLS APP (NP and PA) Helena 2020
 

Advanced Trauma Life Support® (ATLS®) Student Course presents a concise approach to assessing and managing multiply injured patients. The course presents doctors with knowledge and techniques that are comprehensive and easily adapted to fit their needs. The skills described in the manual represent one safe way to perform each technique, and the American College of Surgeons (ACS) recognizes that there are other acceptable approaches. However, the knowledge and skills taught in the course are easily adapted to all venues for the care of patients.

The ACS and its Committee on Trauma (COT) have developed the ATLS program for doctors. This program provides systemic and concise training for the early care of trauma patients. The ATLS program provides participants with a safe, reliable method for immediate management of the injured patient and the basic knowledge necessary to:

  1. Assess the patient’s condition rapidly and accurately
  2. Resuscitate and stabilize the patient according to priority
  3. Determine if the patient’s needs exceed a facility’s capacity
  4. Arrange appropriately for the patient’s inter-hospital transfer (who, what, when, and how)
  5. Assure that optimum care is provided and that the level of care does not deteriorate at any point during the evaluation, resuscitation, or transfer process

For doctors who infrequently treat trauma, the ATLS course provides an easy-to-remember method for evaluating and treating the victim of a traumatic event. For doctors who treat traumatic disease on a frequent basis, the ATLS course provides a scaffold for evaluation, treatment, education, and quality assurance. In short, ATLS is a measurable, reproducible, and comprehensive system of trauma care.

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Starts Starts: 4/24/2020 7:00 AM
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