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EMS Care Chapter-105 | Illicit Drugs

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EMS Care Chapter 105 | Illicit Drugs

We begin EMS Care Chapter 105 | Illicit Drugs with an introduction to the subject. We subsequently explore in-depth:

  • Lesson 1:  The Drug Epidemic
  • Lesson 2:  Safety Precautions for EMTs
  • Lesson 3:  NIOSH Toolkit
  • Lesson 4: Handling Crimes Related to Illicit Drugs

The Core Concepts and takeaways from this chapter cover:

  • Operating in Crime Scenes
  • Toolkits available to EMTs
  • Protecting you and your Colleagues from Fentanyl

Important Notes:

  • If you only want to take the online course for CME credit, you can pay here.  The fee for online-only does NOT include a skills session nor (re)certification.  You will receive a certificate for CME credit after successful completion of the course.
  • This course is part of the EMT Recertification Day 3 curriculum and the New Initial EMT Course.  If you sign up for one of those courses, you will be automatically enrolled in this course. Click here for scheduled courses.
  • To get credit for this course, you must watch all the lessons in their entirety, the course review, and pass the quiz at the end with a score of 75% or better.
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Course Content

EMS Care Chapter 105 | Illicit Drugs

  • Lesson 0 – Chapter Introduction
    15:05
  • Lesson 1 – The Drug Epidemic
    06:19
  • Lesson 2 – Safety Precautions For EMTs
    08:41
  • Lesson 3 – NIOSH Toolkit
    13:16
  • Lesson 4 – Handling Crimes Related to Illicit Drugs
    08:42
  • Lesson 5 – Chapter Review
    03:23
  • Illicit Drugs

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MissionCIT provides EMS education, Fire-related training, assessment, and professional services for public safety, focusing on the Fire Service.

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