CPD Lessons

CPD Lessons

Our CPD Lessons offer you CPD learning on the go on a range of pre-hospital subjects

Our CPD Lessons range looks at offering a ‘lesson’ structure to a chosen CPD subject. The world of pre-hospital medicine and trauma offers a huge range of subject matters to look into. We know this can be difficult to keep on top of everything. Our lessons structure looks to give you the important information on a subject, helping you understand the vital aspects. Our lessons consist of either a CPD video, articles, or mixture of both, followed by a an MCQ on the subject.

The lessons cover the important information surrounding the subject, whilst the MCQ helps identify and evidence your learning. On successful completion of the lesson content and MCQ, you will have a CPD Certificate evidencing your work. Between the content and the MCQ, there is up to 30 minutes of CPD to claim. Our mobile friendly platform also allows you to complete your CPD on the go. This means you can do it on standby, outside of hospital, and wherever else you might like to complete your CPD. Have a look at our range below and start building your CPD Portfolio.

Acute Behavioural Disturbance, or ABD can present a challenging situation for any Ambulance clinicians attending. ABD is a clinical emergency, and there is the potential that the patient may suffer …
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Prehospital care has developed rapidly over the past four decades, this development has seen paramedics and other prehospital clinicians adopt the patient management regimes developed, researched, and implemented from the …
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Addison’s Disease and Adrenal Insufficiency are very rare complications which affect the adrenal glands atop the kidneys. There can be a wide range of symptoms with the disease, and if …
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Within the Ambulance and Pre-hospital context, only clinicians Paramedic level and above will be able to provide ALS to cardiac arrest patients. ALS builds on the foundation of BLS by …
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Within specific cardiac arrest settings, there are special circumstances and actions which must be taken to try and generate the best possible outcome for the patient. Within these special circumstances, …
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Basic life support (BLS) and Advanced life support (ALS) are terms used to describe the management of cardiac arrest. Depending on your clinical level and grade will determine what treatment …
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Carbon Monoxide poisoning can be difficult to identify and can often go misdiagnosed as something less serious, potentially causing fatal consequences later on.
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Cardiac arrests can make up regular calls to Ambulance Services, with approximately 30,000 resuscitation attempts made each year by Ambulance Staff. Within the Ambulance and Emergency Pre-hospital clinicians’ role, cardiac …
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Within the United Kingdom (UK), Chemical, Biological, Radiological, or Nuclear (CBRN) attacks, Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) incidents, or Major Incidents pose significant challenges for Ambulance Services and staff. Although very rare …
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Welcome to the CBRN: Chemical Agent CPD Study Session. Here we will review some of the dangers that Chemical Agents can present within the Ambulance Service context. Review the instructions …
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Some of the first basics that a majority of healthcare professionals learn are the Anatomy and Physiology of Cells. Cells make up the entirety of the human body, with numerous …
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Within the body, clotting plays a vital role in maintaining balance and circulation. The clotting process is initiated whenever there is damage to vessels to stem any potential bleeding and …
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Welcome to the Crush Injury and Syndrome lesson. Crush Injury and Syndrome are rare presentations within the UK pre-hospital environment, more likely to be found in building collapse or war …
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Although the likelihood of attending a call where a crush injury or syndrome is present, a patient presenting with the injury will cause a significant challenge to the clinician on …
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Welcome to the Drowning theory and management lesson. Drowning scenarios can present difficult challenges for clinicians to manage, not just in the clinical aspects, but with the logistics and safety …
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Electrical Injuries in the UK may not be your typical 999 calls on a day-to-day basis, with approximately 1000 people being injured at work every year. However, an electrical incident …
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Welcome to our Lassa Fever CPD Lesson. Over the 10 minute presentation, we will cover several aspects of Lassa Fever, helping you build a greater understanding and awareness of the …
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A major incident can be an event or situation which can involve a significant number of casualties, risks, and/or special circumstances where additional resources, specialist support, and often multi-agency collaboration …
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Methoxyflurane is used as an inhaled analgesic by numerous Ambulance and Pre-hospital services across the world. Simple in its’ design, effect, and use, this analgesic option offers clinicians further a …
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Welcome to our Monkeypox CPD Lesson. Over the 10 minute presentation, we will cover several aspects of Monkeypox, helping you build a greater understanding and awareness of the disease. Currently, …
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Welcome to the Pelvic Trauma and Types CPD Study Session. Here we will review some of the pathophysiology and injury involved when dealing with traumatic pelvic injuries. Review the instructions …
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Breathing is the third clinical assessment and management pathway along the Primary survey. Breathing makes up an important aspect and requires thorough assessment and management if deficits present. If the …
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Each year around 234,000 patients in the UK develop sepsis, with up to 52,000 deaths associated with the condition. Ambulance staff and Pre-Hospital Clinicians can play a significant role in …
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Welcome to the Trauma Theory and Management Lesson. Trauma can present with different pathologies to medical, often requiring different treatment and management. How we deal with trauma over the years …
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Head injury through trauma can be a common presentation to the ambulance service. The severity can range from minor injury to life-threatening. When dealing with a head injury, numerous pathophysiological …
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