The AMLS Provider Programme* is a two-day programme, which explores the most common medical complaints and offers a method of assessing and managing a patient in medical crisis.
The course emphasizes scene size-up, history, and physical exam to systematically rule-out, and rule-in possibilities and probabilities of their medical problem. This course offers the opportunity to be in an assessment-based approach and progress to a diagnostic-based approach to develop a specific treatment plan for a specific medical condition; resulting in a differential diagnosis.
Course participants encompass all levels of EMS professionals, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians. This diversity enhances the team approach to patient care.
The manual includes chapters on:
- Assessment and Initial Management of the Medical Patient
- Airway Management, Ventilation and Oxygen Therapy
- Dyspnea, Respiratory Distress or Respiratory Failure
- Venous Access and Medication Administration
- Putting It All together: Case Studies
- Headache, Nausea and Vomiting
- Seizures and Seizure Disorders
- Gastrointestinal Bleeding
- Acute Abdominal Pain
- Altered Mental Status
- Chest Pain
- At minimum a registered EMR with the ACP
- Naturopathic Doctors
- All levels of nursing and physicians
- Related Healthcare Disciplines
- Provider Tuition: $400.00 (incl. GST)
Provider Text: approx.$75.00 – $100.00 contact the University of Alberta Health Bookstore for details on the book.
Dates: 17 & 18 of December 2016 at our Edmonton Training Location. Email or call for details.