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Provider/Instructor

West Valley City, UT Sep 2024

When

8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sept. 11 to 12, 2024
8 a.m. to noon, Sept. 13, 2024

AHLS Provider

Participants learn to medically manage patients exposed to hazardous materials by recognizing the signs and symptoms. Healthcare professionals receive a four-year verification status upon successful completion of the course.

This course covers hazardous materials including insecticides, corrosives, irritant gases, asphyxiants, hydrocarbons and substituted hydrocarbons and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear agents. Specific antidotes and their indications, contraindications, dosing and route are also included.

Continuing Education credit is offered for this course. Details can be found on the AHLS Provider Course page

AHLS Instructor

AHLS Instructor is designed to prepare AHLS Providers to host and instruct AHLS courses in their regions. After completing the course, a new AHLS Instructor is required to have their first-time teaching experience monitored by an experienced AHLS Instructor and/or AHLS Regional Director to become a qualified AHLS Instructor. Qualified AHLS Instructors can then offer AHLS courses in their area.

Medical professionals such as paramedics (EMT-P and AEMT), nurses, physicians, physician assistants, and pharmacists may become AHLS Instructors. The professions EMT-B and Respiratory Therapist are not eligible to become AHLS Instructors. Any requests for an exception must be approved by the AHLS Administrative Policy Committee before attending an AHLS Instructor course. 

Continuing Education credit is offered for this course. Details can be found on the AHLS Instructor Course page

 

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Co-Presented by:

 

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Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center logo

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American Academy of Clinical Toxicology Logo

 

 

Hosted by:

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Mountain Plains RDHRS

 

 

 

 

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