Two-Day Provider Course

This course provides CALS core curriculum and serves as the foundation for all of its learning opportunities. This two-day course is presented on-site in rural or remote hospitals. It consists of interactive sessions in cardiac, traumatic, pediatric, obstetrical, neonatal and medical advanced life support. Course materials establish the CALS Universal Approach to critically ill or injured patients, which defines the manner by which care providers evaluate and treat emergency patients.

Providers are encouraged to attend in teams, and courses are limited to 24 participants per session. Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to problem solve in a variety of clinical situations
  • Identify key threats and demonstrate therapeutic interventions
  • Discuss the roles of each team member involved in patient evaluation and treatment
  • Perform skills consistent with the provider’s role on the advanced life support team

Pre-requisites: It is recommended that participants have attended at least one other advanced life support course, be knowledgeable of cardiac rhythm recognition and have adequate clinical experience in critical situations.

Accreditation: The Provider Course has been reviewed by the AAFP (American Academy of Family Physicians) CME Accreditation Department and the Commision on Continuing Professional Development and and is acceptable for up to 16.50 prescribed credit hours. AAFP prescribed credit is accepted by the AMA (American Medical Association) as equivalent to AMA PRA (Physician’s Recognition Award) Category 1. (When applying for the AMA PRA, Prescribed hours earned must be reported as Prescribed hours, not as Category 1).

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Course Content

An outline of the curriculum covered in the CALS Provider Course

Sample Agenda

Sample of course agenda, Days 1 and 2

Participant Comments

A brief video featuring participants in the Provider Course

Pricing: Provider Course

Courses held in Minnesota – Minnesota provider fees

RN/EMT-P/Residents: $365          CRNA/PA/NP/DO/MD: $625

 

Courses held in Minnesota – Non-Minnesota provider fees

RN/EMT-P/Residents: $490          CRNA/PA/NP/DO/MD: $935

Courses held in other states – CALL

Call the CALS Program at 612-624-7123

Participants often register for both the Provider Course and the Trauma Module. See Trauma Module details and pricing.