What You'll Learn
► Why rural healthcare is so hard
► The promises and pitfalls of training
► How life-support courses differ
► Four elements that make it work
► The value of developing teams
► And more
Focus on Rural Issues
This eBook focuses on the unique needs of emergency care in rural or remote communities. Learn how to plan for interactive training in cardiac, traumatic, pediatric, obstetrical, neonatal and medical advanced life support.
Build a Better Plan
To build a better plan for rural emergency healthcare in your community you need ideas, resources and clear next steps. This eBook delivers.
Why You Should Read This eBook
This plan is for rural hospital CEOs, administrators, emergency medicine directors and other decision makers. Although the challenges faced in rural settings are many, the desire to develop world-class emergency medical teams is unwavering. This book provides a plan for an affordable and sensible approach to emergency medical education, team-building and continuing development.
The CALS Rural Emergency Education Program provides an exclusive curriculum for professionals working in rural, remote or global emergency departments. CALS was founded in Minnesota in 1996, teaches courses across the mid-western US and Canada, and is the exclusive provider of emergency training to US embassy medical personnel around the world.
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FREE 23-page eBook
"You don't need fancy equipment to do what we do. You just need a well-thought-out plan."
Darrell Carter, MD
Founder & Board Chair, CALS Program
Rural Emergency Care: A Plan for Education and Team Development
How to build world-class emergency medical teams in a rural or remote setting