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All learning modules are accredited for use as continuing medical education in British Columbia by the Emergency Medical Assistants Licensing Board for EMR, PCP, and ACP. See the table below for each approved learning module's credit value:
|Cold Weather Illness and Injuries||2.5|
|Heat Illness and Injuries||2.5|
|Mental Health for First Responders||2|
|Opioid Safety for First Responders||2.5|
|Patients Under the Influence of Alcohol||2|
|Prehospital Tourniquet Application||2|
|The Lethal Trauma Triad||2.5|
All learning modules are eligible for submission under the Continuing Competency Program as Self-Learning Activities. Each hour of activity spent completing learning modules is valued at 1 point. An individual Paramedic, group or organization, must complete a self-assessment and determine whether a learning module meets the requirements of the Continuing Competency Program by completing a cross-reference exercise to document the competencies that the session maintains or enhances for the practitioner.
For a detailed list of National Occupational Competency Profile competencies covered in each learning module, check our NOCP Competencies Page.
All learning modules are accredited for use as continuing medical education in Saskatchewan by the Saskatchewan College of Paramedics. Each learning module is approved for 5 credit hours.
Learning modules are approved for all provider levels: EMR, PCP, ICP, ACP, and CCP
We are working hard to earn accreditation in other provinces.
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