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- Identify the causes and promote the prevention of cardiopulmonary arrest
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Immediate life support (ILS) courses
To teach the essentials skills to either manage a cardiac arrest as part of the medical emergency team or to manage the arrest prior to the arrival of the medical emergency team or paramedics.
Who is this course suitable for?
The course is suitable for doctors, medical students, nurses, nursing students, midwives, healthcare providers such as physiotherapists, dentist and ambulance technicians. It may also be suitable for fire service technicians, police personnel and prison officers.
You'll gain the knowledge and skills to:
The course is run over one day and consists of lectures, skill stations and cardiac arrest simulations. A course manual is sent out approximately two weeks prior to the course and pre-course learning is expected.
The course is delivered at 350 Euston Road (2minutes walk from Great Portland Street Station)
The cost is £175 per person.