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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!
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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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Burn Basics
Burn Basics
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Managing patients with serious burns are among one of the greatest challenges faced by healthcare providers. As EMS professionals we are responsible for making critical decisions at each step of patient care. The goal of this course is to establish a basic understanding of the different types of burns, how they affect the patient and appropriate treatments and transport considerations.
  • Mi Mandated Reporting Laws - EMS Response to Child Abuse and Neglect
    Mi Mandated Reporting Laws - EMS Response to Child Abuse and Neglect

    THIS COURSE IS ACCEPTED IN MICHIGAN ONLY. Children are suffering from a hidden epidemic of child abuse and neglect. The United States has one of the worst records among industrialized nations – losing on average between four and seven children every day to child abuse and neglect. This course seeks to empower Michigan EMS providers to more effectively respond in situations where they suspect child abuse or neglect, and, more importantly, understand the associated laws they are held to. Contact American CME by email at AmericanCME@AmericanCME.com for information on how we can produce a child abuse and neglect mandated reporting program based on your state laws and local jurisdiction.

  • Stroke: Recognize and Respond – Part 2
    Stroke: Recognize and Respond – Part 2

    Following the onset of stroke it has been estimated that with every passing minute, prior to reperfusion therapy, a mind boggling 14 billion synapses and 1.9 million brain cells are lost. As EMS professionals we must strive to make quality emergency decisions. When it comes to a patient having a stroke your ability to quickly recognize, and respond with the appropriate treatment and transport decision, plays a critical role in determining the patient’s overall outcome. This lesson is designed to empower EMS professionals to make quality emergency transport decisions on behalf of stroke patients, by identifying the capabilities and limitations of various destination options.

  • The Pains of Patient Lifting and Handling
    The Pains of Patient Lifting and Handling

    EMS personnel are up to 8 times more likely to experience an on-the-job injury than private sector workers. Most common of all are back injuries. The nature of our work predisposes us to the possibility of an accident at any point in our shift. The reality of aging, and the aches and pains that come with it, are familiar to most of us. Yet, most of these aches and pains can be attributed to preventable injuries. This lesson is designed to re-familiarize us with injury prevention and proper lifting practices and an introduction to new tools and technology that are designed to ease the heavy burden imposed by the patients we work with.



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