Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Blood Borne Pathogen Training 4/16
Anyone that administers vaccines is required to keep CPR training current. This will cover both adult and pediatric CPR. Blood Borne Pathogen training is included in this course as required by OSHA.
The room is Wet Lab 116- enter through the glass doors of the Steinberg Wellness Center.
This activity begins at 9:30 am .
Please make sure you are on time. We will not be able to allow anyone in who is late so please plan accordingly.
Credit will be earned after completing the live activity and returning to pharmce.liu.edu to complete the evaluation & quiz.
All those needing CPR training
At the conclusion of this activity, the attendee will be able to:
Apply your knowledge to properly administer CPR and under what conditions for adults and pediatrics
Interpret the various signs with a patient in distress and apply remedies including defibrillation
Identify which bodily fluids are potentially infectious to the healthcare provider
Describe concept of universal precautions
Describe proper procedures for handling needles & syringes and how to avoid needle sticks
Describe proper handling of contaminated materials
Identify the most common blood borne pathogens
Adam DiGregorio., BA, EMT-P, NRP
Owner – LI Emergency Care Training, LLC
P.O. Box 1033 Sayville, NY 11782
No conflicts of interest exist with this presenter.
- 4.00 ACPEThe Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
Steps needed to complete the activity. Log back in to pharmce.liu.edu and enter your user name and password. Go to pending activities and select this one. .Following the grid on the left of the page, you will see that in order to claim credit you must complete the quiz successfully and do the evaluation.
Once these steps are completed, you may print claim credit and print your statement of completion (optional). Within 72 hours of course completion,. this credit will be posted to your CPE monitor account. You may see the progress in your profile.