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CPD Study Sessions

Our CPD Study Sessions offer an opportunity for Ambulance clinicians to look over videos and content before taking a quiz at the end. This is a great way to cover knowledge and gain a CPD Certificate.

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CPD Study Sessions

CPD Study Sessions looks at providing study and a recap on a number of subjects within the pre-hospital field. Read through the different sections of the Session to gather knowledge on the subject. Complete the sections then move on to the quiz at the end. Through completing the study session, you will be provided a CPD certificate. The final quiz at the end will require a 70% pass level, meaning that you will have to complete the study thoroughly in order to get the pass and certificate:

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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