This category houses additional online training content that has been approved by MIEMSS for EMS Continuing Education Credit
EMT Administration of Draw-up Epinephrine

This course will enable EMTs to safely and appropriately administer epinephrine by optimizing clinician understanding of protocol changes, naming conventions, and FDA labeling.

  • Enrolled students: 233
The Little Old Lady from Pasadena

Seniors are more active than ever.  With this, there is an increase risk of injury which can have dramatic effects.  This session will review physiological changes and common, frequently hidden, injuries.

The course is approved by MIEMSS for 1 hour of continuing education credit (BLS Trauma // ALS Individual) under course #2127262

  • Enrolled students: 883
Drowsy Driving Webinar (V18)

This webinar discusses the problem of drowsy driving and how it affects emergency responders.  This program has been approved by MIEMSS for 0.5 hours of continuing education (ALS-Individual, BLS-Local Option).

  • Enrolled students: 829
Active Assailant (v18)

The course is a statewide overview of active assailant incidents.  Refer to your local jurisdiction for operational policies related to these incidents.

Continuing education credit or 1.5 hours Local Option (ALS and BLS) is approved for this course

  • Enrolled students: 2119
Break It To Me Gently (v18)

This course provides the viewer insight into dealing with friends and families of a deceased patient while on the scene of the emergency.

The course has been approved for 1 hr. of Local Option continuing education credit through MIEMSS.

  • Enrolled students: 1256
Who Is The Patient In EMS?

This course, presented by Dr. Jennifer Guyther, examines who exactly should be considered a patient by EMS Clinicians.

This course has been approved by MIEMSS for continuing education credit, 0.5 hours ALS Individual and BLS Local Option, by MIEMSS under course #2127374.

  • Enrolled students: 1950