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Cervical Spine Injury Guided Practice

HANDS ON TRAINING THAT MEETS YOU WHERE YOU LIVE
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Self-guide practice tools are integrated seamlessly into our digital content and can be used in our pop-up training labs or live in person events to help guide your mastery of key procedures. Here’s how 👇

HANDS ON TRAINING THAT MEETS YOU WHERE YOU LIVE

  1. If you’re in one of our pop-up learning spaces use them for hands on learning with the equipment in front of you in a judgement free zone to work on your technique.
  2. If you’re at one of our PAC live events, then practice on your own and then visit one of our faculty coaching stations to up your game and get real time feedback.
  3. If you are exploring the digital content alone, don’t worry! Watch the video to review the technique anytime you want, or listen to the audio version for guided visualization. A proven method to improve your procedure skills.
Self-Guided VideoSelf-Guided Audio

Step up to the equipment nearby and practice your SALAD technique using this guided audio tool:

  1. Place your mobile device in holder
  2. Insert your headphones
  3. Begin your guided practice
Guided Audio

Sometimes video is distracting. We think procedural visualization, and seeing the steps in your “mind’s eye” is a valuable training tool. So use this audio to help you visualize the steps of FONA, and to guide your self-practice in one of our pop-up spaces that allow for hands on training. .

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