Utilizing an evidence-based approach to teach emergency airway management. This course is instrumental in any care provider's success.
The Foundation of Airway Management course utilizes an evidence-based approach to teach emergency airway management for four individual groups of patients (neonate, pediatric, adult, and the elderly). Developed by a leading group of experts, this course ensures participants acquire foundational knowledge in airway management followed by a series of hands-on sessions using both skills trainers and human patient simulators. The students will be a participant in a series of simulation experiences to help reinforce the knowledge they obtain each day. The program emphasizes small group learning sessions to ensure that an intimate learning environment allows for adequate practice time with a wide variety of airway devices and techniques.
The class will begin each day at 8:30 am with registration and breakfast starting at 7:00 am. The class will end by 4:30 pm each day. Please book your travel accordingly.
Course Textbook(s) and other supplies utilized for the program.
The student will not be expected to pay for anything additional except their travel and lodging.
This conference is targeted at any level of healthcare providers that manage simple or complex airways. A strong interdisciplinary focus is an important component of managing these patients. Therefore physicians, transport nurses, respiratory therapists, advanced practice providers, critical care paramedics, and other allied health professionals are strongly encouraged to attend.
A full refund is provided to those that cancel their registration within 7 days of the course start date. A full refund will only be processed if the participant returns the course textbook to the course sponsor. If the participant wishes to keep the textbook, they will be charged $90.00. The course textbook fee will be deducted from the total refund amount. The refund will be processed via the original method of payment. If the participant paid by check, a check will be sent to the mailing address listed on the registration form.
A partial refund will be provided to those that cancel their registration between 4-7 days of the course start date. A partial refund is 50% of the total cost of the course registration category the participant paid. The refund will be processed onto the original method of payment. If the participant paid by check, a check will be sent to the mailing address listed on the registration form.
NO refunds will be provided to those that cancel their registration between 4 days of the course start date. A no-show is considered any individual that cancels 24 hours prior to the course start or fails to show up to class without notifying CAE Healthcare.
Please contact the course sponsor at +1 941 377-5562 or firstname.lastname@example.org if we can answer any questions.
Continuing Education Hours
Nursing (CNE Credit): 16 hours
Continuing education will be awarded. CAE Healthcare is an approved provider of continuing nursing education through CE Broker, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Course Approval #: 20-731058
Respiratory (CEU): 16 hours
Continuing education will be awarded. CAE Healthcare is an approved provider of continuing respiratory education through CE Broker, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Course Approval #: 20-731058
EMS (CE): 16 hours
An application for accreditation has been submitted to the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital for Continuing Education.
Jacksonville International Airport (JAX).
Courtyard by Marriott Jacksonville I-295/East Beltway, 9815 Lantern St, Jacksonville, FL 32225
There is no scheduled transportation between the hotel and Jacksonville University. If you are using an Uber or Lyft, please have them drop you off at the STAR Center.
If you are driving a vehicle, please follow the parking instructions outlined below.
Parking is free.
Completion of the program does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform any airway management procedures. Each hospital is responsible for determining the level of competence and qualifications required for someone to assume clinical responsibility.