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A NEXTGEN LEARNING SPACE DESIGNED TO ELEVATE YOUR AIRWAY PRACTICE

Learn to master the first law of emergency airway

Welcome. We merge digital and physical space in new ways to bring you this next generation learning style. Learning spaces at PAC are nextgen flipped classrooms that integrate our uniquely immersive, interactive and self-directed in person learning installations with our online masterclasses to create more resilient, more accessible airway training that will help you meet the challenges of today’s learning environment.

introduction

This space is 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.

What’s in this space

  • Critical concepts for emergency airway management
  • Cognitive tools to that work at the bedside
  • Personal stories & expert insights
  • Masterclass spaces, with self-practice learning 🤔
  • Integrated Hands on & in-person opportunities ✋
  • Curated FOAMed learning & network builders 📱
  • Much much more

approximate time required: 90min
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Introduction

Learn how to prioritize oxygenation in any patient

Learn how to make this first law the foundation of all your training

Why it matters

  • Face Mask Ventilation
  • Supraglottic Airway Device
  • Endotracheal Intubation

These are your three upper airway lifelines. They all deliver lifesaving oxygen, but they can be even more powerful if you know how to use them together

The twin concepts of optimization and best effort will help you succeed at achieving the first law. Learn how

Many people badly underestimate the need for good BVM skills. Don’t be one of them

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

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

the fourth lifeline

The surgical airway, front of neck access, a cric. Whatever you call it you need to be able to do it when your upper lifelines fail you.

COMING SOON

JOIN OUR LIVE EVENTS

We want to connect you with the faculty for training sessions online, for remote presentations, discussions, and Q&A. Each session will help to fill in any gaps in knowledge and to give you insight into the mind of the experts. Connect below to sign up for times when the faculty and other learners meet in the virtual classroom

Virtual

In Person

More to come. Watch this space

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