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Learn to master the first law of emergency airway


This space is all about mastering the first law of emergency airway: the ability to prioritize and oxygenate your patient by any means necessary. To do this well you need more than just skill with a laryngoscope. You need a set of concepts, skills and tools that will help you achieve your goal when it counts.

Map Your own Journey

We design education programs that merge digital and physical space for an enhanced learning experience. Move seamlessly between our online masterclasses and our immersive in person installations and follow your own path.

Instructions for use
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Getting started is as easy as scrolling down. Or use the links below to enter any of the theme based learning spaces here👇

Big Picture



Let’s start with the most important skill in airway training. The ability to successfully oxygenate any patient.

Core Concept


the first law

The laws of airway management are immutable. Ignore them at your peril. Here we teach you about the first and most important one.

Personal Story


why it matters

Some stories have a powerful impact. This is one of those.


How to call for help

Yes, asking for help is a skill. Learn how to do it well in this space


master your breathing

Breathe, just breathe in the air. We promise you’ll feel better. You really will.

Core Concept


a cognitive tool

When the stakes are high you need a cognitive tool that will lower the stress. This one can do just that in an airway emergency.

Core Concept


two important concepts

The twin concepts of OPTIMIZATION & BEST EFFORT are powerful tools to protect your patient in an airway emergency, and we will explore them here.

Tools & Techniques


your most important lifeline

Many people badly underestimate the need for good BVM skills when developing their airway management skills. Don’t be one of them.

Tools & Techniques


make this underappreciated device your friend

The supraglottic airway device (SAD) has lots of advantages. In this space we demonstrate all you need to know to use these important devices

Tools & Techniques


Tube delivery & the Laryngoscope

Placing an endotracheal tube requires skill with a laryngoscope. In this space we break it down into a step by step approach that can improve your success

What’s Next

Sure you could stop here, but why would you? Use the digital content in this space for guided self-practice in our pop-up installations, visit our expert coaches, or dive into any of the other immersive theme based learning spaces at PAC.

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