Advanced Disaster Preparedness & Response (ADPR) lectures educate and enable clinicians to participate in disaster responses to provide state-of-the-art care for disaster victims. ADPR tabletop exercises provide challenging triage decisions in disasters scenarios.
The Advanced Hazmat Life Support (AHLS) Instructor Course teaches emergency healthcare providers the history of AHLS, the policies and procedures of AHLS, and provides adult education concepts so that these providers can conduct training sessions to other this course to other healthcare providers in their facilities.
This course trains healthcare professionals how to identify what a person has been exposed to and how to treat patients exposed to hazardous materials including chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear incidents.
AHLS for Chemical Burns & Toxic Products of Combustion teaches healthcare professionals how to recognize what a person has been exposed to and how to treat patients exposed to hazardous materials that cause burns of the airway and/or skin, as well as how to treat patients poisoned with toxic products of combustion.
Advanced Hazmat Life Support (AHLS) for Radiological Incidents and Terrorism course trains health care professionals how to identify when persons have been exposed to radiological materials and how to treat those patients.
The Advanced Hazmat Life Support Provider Course trains healthcare professionals throughout the world how to identify what hazardous materials a person has been exposed to in emergency situations, as well as how to treat patients exposed to hazardous materials.
Canyon Ranch introduces to the doctor the principles and practices of preventive medicine focusing on healthy lifestyle choices in medical health, nutrition (including weight management), fitness, stress management, cognitive vitality and interpersonal relationships. Doctors are taught strategies to introduce healthy choices and performance to their patients in his/her medical practice.
This activity consists of an intensive, individually tailored medical Spanish and cultural competency workshop composed of medical vocabulary, medical dialogues, culturally appropriate role-plays, chief complaint(s), quanitfying and qualifying pain, taking a simple medical history, prescribing medication, and the ability to hold a basic patient interview. These workshops highlight the most important linguistic and a myriad of cultural concepts while stressing only the language aspects that are pertinent. For further information, visit: www.medspanish.org