Welcome to our Paediatric and Neonatal courses. We offer PALS, PEARS, and NRP
Paediatric Advances Life Support (PALS):Terms & Conditions
1. IMPORTANT: Do not proceed to registration and check out unless you have a current, non-expired Heart & Stroke BLS or that you will have a current HSF BLS by the course date.
2. IMPORTANT: On checking out, please write your HSF BLS # in the Additional Comment Section
3. If you are doing PALS for the first time, you must attend the 5 hour PALS Day 1 session. There is a separate PALS Day 1 tab for you to register. If you are doing a PALS renewal and would like to attend the PALS Day 1 session to strengthen your knowledge, please register and attend at no extra cost.
4. You are required to complete the On-line PALS Pre-Test prior to the PALS course. Instructions on how to access this test will be emailed to you upon Registration in our Welcome Letter.
5. You are required to study from the Heart and Stroke 2015 PALS Provider Manual, available at resuscitation.heartandstroke.ca.
6. Please allow yourself adequate preparation time as you are expected to demonstrate knowledge of the material you will be tested on.
By Proceeding to Registration and Check Out, you acknowledge that you have read and agreed to the above SIX Terms & Conditions.
If you would like to do some additional reading, please visit out QRS Tips and Products section of our website. To receive one of our PALS flyers, please contact our QRS Administrator, Diana Curphey, at email@example.com.
Paediatric Emergency Assessment Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS):
The PEARS Provider Course prepares healthcare providers caring for paediatric patients with foundational skills to assess, recognize, and participate in the initial management of respiratory and/or cardiovascular emergencies and cardiopulmonary arrest. Active case-based instruction will be used to teach students to provide appropriate lifesaving interventions within the initial minutes after response until the child is transferred to an advanced life support provider.
The goal of the PEARS Provider Course is to improve outcomes for the paediatric patient by preparing healthcare providers in assessment, early recognition, prompt communication, and initial intervention in patients with respiratory emergencies, shock, and cardiopulmonary arrest by using high-performance team dynamics.
PEARS is for healthcare professionals who might encounter paediatric emergency situations during their work, including Physicians and Nurses not specializing in pediatrics or outside critical-care areas, Nurse Practitioners, Physician assistants, EMS, Respiratory Therapists, and Outpatient clinic staff. If you work in a remote, rural, sub-urban or urban emergency department or clinic with unstable paediatric patients and want to develop more confidence in caring for these patients, this course is for you.
Due to the nature of the hands-on stations, this course is restricted to number of registrants per class.
For a detailed agenda, please contact Diana Curphey at Diana@qrsadmin.com for the PEARS e-flyer.
PALS and PEARS Course size are limited: please register early.
PALS and PEARS Cancellation, Refund & Transfer policy: Cancellation greater than three weeks prior to the course: full refund, less $30 Administration Fee. Cancellation between one to three weeks prior to the course: Refund, less $150, as your spot will not likely be filled by another registrant. For cancellation within 7 days prior or for “no shows”: NO REFUND. Transfer fee to another course: $75.00 (if done 3 weeks prior to course), for first request. Subsequent transfer or for transfers done between one to three weeks prior to the course: $150.00. NO TRANSFERS ALLOWED WITHIN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO THE COURSE
Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP):
We are pleased to announce that in conjunction with the Michael Garron Hospital (previously Toronto East General Hospital), we are now offering our clients the Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP). This 4-hour renewal course is run by our PALS/PEARS/NRP Instructor Tanya Levit. NRP deals with neonates from newly born to 1 month. This course is ideal if you work in obstetrics, NICU, or the Emergency Department. NRP is an educational program that introduces the concepts and skills of neonatal resuscitation. In Canada, NRP is administered by the Canadian Paediatric Society and is designed to teach individuals and teams that may be required to resuscitate newborn babies.
If you see a date that you would like to attend, please email our administrator, Diana Curphey at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.