EMS Just Culture Training

The EMS Jucode-3-jc-classst Culture training courses are structured toward the providers of emergency medical services and focus on the challenges of the pre-hospital environment. Attendees learn the five skills of Just Culture, the unique differences between Human Error, At Risk Behavior and Reckless Behavior, and the duties owed by each of us to one another. Creating an open and learning culture applies to risk mitigation and error prevention. This course is a must have for those interested in creating a safer environment for our patients, our staff and the citizens in the communities we serve.

Ameristar Casino Resort Spa
One Ameristar Blvd.
St. Charles, MO 63301

For registration information visit – http://emed.wustl.edu/code3co

CODE3 Conference

code3The CODE3 Conference will help you learn the newest developments and research concerning out-of-hospital medicine delivered in a rapid-fire, 20 minute presentation format.
If you are an out-of-hospital provider, regardless of licensure level, you should not miss this conference. It will introduce you to the latest advances in out-of-hospital medicine providing approximately 14 hours of continuing education credits provided in conjunction with our partners at Air Evac Lifeteam. You can obtain a broad award of credits in the following categories: operations, cardiovascular, stroke, trauma, critical care, and pediatrics.

Local and nationally known speakers have volunteered to come and introduce attendees to the evolving science of Emergency Medical Services.

The CODE3 Conference will be held October 13-14, 2016 at the Ameristar Casino Resort Spa.  Lunch is included in the cost of registration for the main conference. Parking is free.

Who Should Attend & Why?

If you are an EMT, a paramedic, or a nurse who is interested in the latest updates in out-of-hospital medicine, then this is the conference that you should attend!

The CODE3 Conference provides the greatest amount of information in the most efficient period of time. The newest developments and research in out of hospital medicine will be presented in a rapid-fire, 20 minute presentation format. This gives attendees what they need to know without bogging them down in scientific details.

We know that there are plenty of conferences out there that are simple refresher courses. This is not going to be that kind of conference. You won’t be able to get this information by re-reading your old textbook at home. Local and nationally known speakers have volunteered to come and introduce attendees to the evolving science of Emergency Medical Services in an engaging format.

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