American CME delivers quality education to the pre-hospital emergency medical professional at no cost.
We offer all of our State mandated CMEs at no cost. With the demand to do more with less, American CME delivers quality education to the pre-hospital emergency medical professional at no cost.
We have designed American CME to be a long-term resource for organizations. Our no cost platform allows organizations and individuals to receive the finest online training available and incorporate American CME into their daily routine, without the worry of cost increases or grant availability. The best part is that it's 100% FREE!
American CME was created by emergency responders for emergency responders.
As health care professionals working in the field, we know how difficult it is to fit training into your busy schedule. American CME is here to make it easier for you to access the training you need to stay current with your states continuing education requirements.
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Sepsis is simply a systemic inflammatory response caused by an infection. Patients diagnosed as “septic” number in the hundreds of thousands annually. It is essential that pre hospital emergency medical professionals have a working knowledge of exactly what sepsis is and how to treat it aggressively, if necessary.
Emergency response professionals are expected to be alert and awake at a moments notice at all hours of the day or night. This is a reasonable expectation, but what does it cost the care provider to meet this expectation? What are the consequences of sleep disruptions associated with our profession and how do we combat them? During this CME we will explore the circadian rhythm, the stages of sleep, and some of the consequences associated with sleep disruptions.
EMS communication can take place face-to-face, via radio, and in the form of written or electronic patient care reports. This course will focus on radio communication between hospital and pre-hospital providers. The goal of this lesson is to foster a greater appreciation for the importance of effective communication between EMS providers and emergency department staff by modeling multiple examples from multiple perspectives.