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EMS Online Refresher Courses

Our CAPCE accredited online EMS continuing education allows EMS providers of all levels all over the country to stay up to date with all the information they need to safely provide their services. The online courses we offer at CSUtest.com are designed to suppo  rt professional development and improve the overall training process. Our CAPCE accredited courses are accepted in all states and by the National Registry of EMTs. Whether you are a paramedic, advanced EMT, EMT or EMR we have courses you need for your re certification. CAPCE is formerly known as CECBEMS. Our CAPCE accreditation ID is RECSU103. To view our CAPCE accreditation certificate, click here.

Our CAPCE accredited EMS online continuing education portfolio includes programs across all course categories including trauma, triage, cardiology, pediatrics, geriatrics, operations and more. Our courses include individual subjects covering capnography, stroke, ventricular assist devices, congestive heart failure, opioid overdose, environmental emergencies, SIDS, autism, medical emergencies, patient assessment, triage, mass casualty incidents, terrorism response and many others. New CAPCE accredited EMS con ed courses are routinely added based on survey comments, new information, regional needs and provider requirements. CSUtest.com also provides courses for EMS instructors seeking continuing education credits.

Build-Your-Own EMS Refresher - All Provider Levels

Our course portfolio includes elements of the NCCP national curriculum which count at all levels. If you are looking to build a paramedic refresher, EMT refresher, AEMT refresher or EMR refresher, we provide courses to satisfy NREMT national curriculum mandates as well as plenty of other courses which can count towards your state and local content and to use as your electives. Check below for the current list of courses we offer. 

Here is a list of the CAPCE accredited Online EMS Con Ed

continuing education courses we provide including the National Registry of EMTs NCCP refresher national curriculum. Courses are routinely updated. New courses are added as they are completed and approved.

EMS CE in Ohio, Indiana and is provided by approved CE site 2462 ResQEd.com. EMS CE in other states is accredited by CAPCE, also known as the Commission on Accreditation for Prehospital Continuing Education and formally known as CECBEMS.

CAPCECAPCE Accredited Online EMS Continuing Education - Includes NREMT NCCPCEUs
Acute Coronary Syndrome - ACS
Recognition and Management
1
Allergic Reactions - Immunological Emergencies
Statistics, History, Recognition and Management
0.5
Ambulance Safety
A look at safe driving practices
0.75
At Risk Populations
Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking
1
Autism Awareness special needs
A look at potential behavior differences
1
Behavioral Emergency Considerations
Statistics, History, Recognition and Management
1
Bloodborne Pathogens
Review of infection control
1
Capnography
Discussion and case review
1.5
Carbon Monoxide - Pulse CO Oximetry
Masimo non invasive
1
Central Nervous System (CNS) Injury
Statistics, History, Recognition and Management
1
Common Medications
Common medications prescribed - assessment tool
0.5
Congestive Heart Failure CHF
Statistics, History, Recognition and Management
1
Crew Resource Management
How to effectively manage crews
1
Diabetic Emergencies - Endocrine System
Statistics, History, Recognition and Management
1
Documentation The PCR
Discussion on appropriate documentation
1
Drug Emergencies
Statistics, History, Recognition and Management
1.25
EMS Provider Hygiene, Safety and Vaccinations
A class on safety and infection control
.75
EMS Research
How research is used in EMS
1
Environmental Emergencies Hot & Cold
Recognition and Management
1
Ethics in EMS
Discuss some EMS ethical dilemma
1
Evidence Based Guidelines
Guidelines created through science
0.5
Fluid Resuscitation0.5
Geriatric Assessments and Falls
Some statistics and a look at intrinsic and extrinsic falls
0.5
Geriatrics 1
Unique assessment to the geriatric patient
1
Geriatrics 2
Unique assessment to the geriatric patient
1
Hemorrhage Control
Bleeding control techniques including mechanical and clotting agents
1
HIPAA
Patient privacy rights and EMS responsibility
1.25
Initial Assessment
Identify the steps of the initial patient assessment
1
iTClamp Bleeding Control Device
Bleeding control using an external clamp device
1
Mass Casualty Incident Overview
A look at the elements of MCIs
1.5
Medication Delivery
Review the different methods of medication delivery
1
Nerve Agent Incident
A look at nerve agents and related mass casualties
1
OB Emergencies
Review of emergencies in OB patients and delivery
1
Opioid Overdose Part 1
Managing an opioid overdose
1
Opioid Overdose Part 2 Fentanyl
Overdose dangers of fentanyl and the analogs of fentanyl
1
Oxygenation
Discussion on oxygenating the blood. Differentiate between oxygenation and ventilation
0.5
Pain Management
Managing pain in your patient
1
Pediatric Assessment
Assessing the pediatric patient
1
Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies
Discuss some common respiratory emergencies seen in pediatric patients
1
Pediatric Transport
Some recognized guidelines for transporting pediatric patients and thier family members
0.5
Pediatric Trauma
Doctor's lecture involving trauma and the pediatric patient
1.25
Pediatrics Croup
A look a the pediatric patient and Croup
1
Poisonings
Review of toxins and poisons and patient care
1
Post Resuscitation Care
Caring for the full arrest patient after ROSC
0.5
Pre Hospital Stroke Care
Recognizing and treating the stroke patient and sounding the alarm
1
Pre Hospital Stroke Care 2
The MEND exam and other stroke diagnostics and care
0.5
Provider Assisted Epi
A look at alergic reaction, anaphylaxis and the use of an epi pen
0.5
Seizures
Managing the seizure patient
0.5
See Something? Say Something!
Domestic Preparedness and precautions
1
Shock
An in depth look at the types of and treatment for shock
1
Special Healthcare Needs1
START Triage, JUMP START Triage
A look at Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment triage models for adult and pediatric patient
0.75
STEMI Care1
Strategy for a National EMS Culture of Safety
Learn about initiatives to improve safety in EMS
0.5
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome SIDS1
Taser and Agitated Delirium1
Trauma - Assessment and Management1
Trauma - Blast Injuries1
Trauma Triage CDC Guidelines
The CDC has guidelines on the triage of trauma patients. We look at those guidelines
1
Ventilation1
Ventilation, Airway, Oxygen Delivery1
Ventricular Assist Devices1
Specific NREMT NCCP National Curriculum required courses all levelsCEUs
Acute Coronary Syndrome - ACS1
Allergic Reactions - Immunological Emergencies.5
Ambulance Safety0.75
At Risk Populations1
Autism Awareness special needs1
Behavioral Emergency Considerations1
Bloodborne Pathogens1
Capnography1.5
Central Nervous System (CNS) Injury1
Congestive Heart Failure CHF1
Crew Resource Management1
Diabetic Emergencies - Endocrine System1
EMS Provider Hygiene, Safety and Vaccinations.75
EMS Research1
Evidence Based Guidelines0.5
Fluid Resuscitation0.5
Hemorrhage Control1
Mass Casualty Incident Overview1.5
Medication Delivery1
OB Emergencies1
Opioid Overdose Part 11
Opioid Overdose Part 2 Fentanyl1
Oxygenation0.5
Pain Management1
Pediatric Transport0.5
Post Resuscitation Care0.5
Pre Hospital Stroke Care1
Pre Hospital Stroke Care 20.5
Provider Assisted Epi Pen0.5
Seizures0.5
Special Healthcare Needs1
Strategy for a National EMS Culture of Safety0.5
Trauma Triage CDC Guidelines
The CDC has guidelines for the triage of trauma patients. This course reviews those guidelines
1
Ventilation1
Ventilation, Airway, Oxygen Delivery1
Ventricular Assist Devices
LVAD, RVAD, BiVAD
1
CAPCE Accredited Online EMS Con Ed Courses in Process
Status
3 year CAPCE revisions always ongoing

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