We’re rebuilding the UMC EMS Continuing Education Program to make major improvements in our education delivery and expand our outreach. When completed, you’ll find the site and courses to be a lot easier to use!
- If you attended our live “Acute Head Injury- An EPIC Solution” education on January 12, 2021, please view this post (Acute Head Injury – An EPIC Solution).
- If you attended our live “Burn Trauma” education in September 2020 and have not received your evaluation and certificate, please view this post (Live Burn Trauma Education)
- If you have registered for a new CE account or want to do so: Hang tight. We plan to have this site completed this week and will get your accounts set up on this new platform. We’ll email you your login information as soon as your account is ready.
- For those earning CE using our original platform, your Questbase account remains completely functional. Use the links below to download your education if you haven’t grabbed it already:
Download links for CE courses on the Questbase site:
A Crash Course in Ambulance Safetyhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/cs7b72cdryhyior/A%20Crash%20Course%20in%20Ambulance%20Safety%20CE.pdf?dl=0 Texas state: 0.5 hour for Clinically-Related Operations (all certifications) or for NREMT: All certification levels: 0.5 hour towards Operations: Ambulance Safety.
Controlling Chaos: Prehospital Care of the Seizure Patienthttps://www.dropbox.com/s/b8sam7q23fqvwk3/Controlling%20Chaos%20CE.pdf?dl=0 Texas state: 1 hour for Medical (all certifications) or for NREMT: 1 hour towards Medical: Neurological Emergencies – Seizures
Diabetic Emergencieshttps://www.dropbox.com/s/zbx6namaps6dzb7/Diabetic%20Emergencies%20CE%20STATE%20Version.pdf?dl=0 Texas state: 1 hour for Medical or for NREMT: 1 hour towards Endocrine Emergencies: Diabetes
Jurisprudence Exam for EMShttps://www.dropbox.com/s/qnoiyth86ot9vdp/Jurisprudence%20Examination%20for%20EMS.pdf?dl=0 Texas state: 1 hour for Preparatory (all certifications) plus you’ll meet your jurisprudence exam requirement for the current recertification cycle or for NREMT: 1 hour towards Local or Individual Continued Competency for Texas certifications.
Potent Poppies: Opioids in the Prehospital Settinghttps://www.dropbox.com/s/cti9o7v0ujro4f0/Potent%20Poppies%20CE.pdf?dl=0 Texas state: 1 hour for Preparatory or for NREMT: 1 hour towards Medical: Toxicological Emergencies – Opioids
Prehospital Care of the Patient with a Tracheostomyhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/p5fprlcjayg1ylv/PH%20Care%20of%20the%20Pt%20with%20a%20Tracheostomy%20CE%20STATE%20version.pdf?dl=0 Texas state: 1 hour for Special Considerations or for NREMT: 1 hour towards Medical: Special Healthcare Needs