Training

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EMS LECTURE SCHEDULE 

2nd Wednesday of the month at 6 PM

Zoom or Surf City Fire Department

 

March 10 (Zoom)  - Crush Injuries

May 12 (Zoom) - Submersion Injuries

June 9 - Spinal Immobilization

August 11 - Burns

October 13 - Psych

December 8 - Acute MLS

Joint Training Class With Surf City EMS

New Jersey Department of Health & Senior Services
Office of Emergency Medical Services

PO Box 360
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0360
609.633.7777
www.state.nj.us

 

New Jersey Emergency Medical Technicians Basics can now complete ALL their elective CEUs online! Current New Jersey volunteers with squads qualifying for the NJ Training Fund may obtain credits for FREE.
 

The following website links are approved for NJ EMT-B CEU’s:

As other websites meet the requirements set forth by OEMS, they will be listed on this page as eligible sites for NJ EMT-B CEU’s. Again, only the websites listed above may be utilized for NJ EMT-B CEU’s. Courses that are completed on websites that are not listed on this page will not be counted towards NJ EMT-B recertification.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Eligibility certificates must be signed by the BHFAS Captain or Training Officer prior to enrolling or attending any of the above classes.  Proof of successful completion of all CEU classes must be provided to the BHFAS Captain for up-to-date maintenance and verification of the status of all members' certifications.

CONTINUING EDUCATION LINKS

www.ems-ce.com  Promises to match or beat any price for comparable offerings.Students can earn 2 free CEUs by taking a no-cost "test drive."

www.continuingeducation.com/emt  CE courses are offered for a wide spectrum of health professionals;  add the /emt for selections for EMTs and paramedics.

www.cecbems.org  The home page of the organization that reviews and accredits online continuing-ed offerings for EMS has ample listings of accredited courses.

www.emtb.com   The online home of AAOS' "Orange Book" series, from EMS publishes Jones & Bartlett, this site also includes CE materials for the EMT-Basic.

www.emcert.com  Offers a large library of courses, including a free course (concerning a shotgun wound to the chest) for interested students to try.

www.emszone.com  From medical publisher Jones & Bartlett, this site offers a number of online courses in CPR, AEDs, etc.

www.leopub.com   For additional CEUs, visit this site and take the Gold Cross electronic tests;  free to NJ volunteer EMTs.  Subscriptions to this publication are also free to NJ volunteer EMTs.

MISC. LINKS

www.emsmagazine.com  The journal of emergency care, rescue and transportation.  CEU credits are available to those who pass the review featured in each issue.

www.bt.cdc.gov/training/index.asp   The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a PDF bioterrorism overview, as well as specific instruction on such topics as anthras, smallpox, etc. via a variety of methods.

www.hipaa.org  The site provides a large collection of resources to assist users' compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.  Links to the CMS' HIPAA site, corrections, updates, enforcement guidance and more are included.

www.ncptsd.org/publications/disaster/   The National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder offers its entire "Disaster Mental Health Services:  A Guidebook for Clinicians and Administrators" online.

www.emsresource.net  A career-development site for EMS providers, EMSresource offers information and links on training/education, scene safety, grants/funding, field references and more.

www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/injury/ems/patient_safetyems/research.htm   The results of a round-table discussion on patient safety, including issues of policy/administration, research and technology, are presented here by NHTSA.