MSC COURSES

MSC's online and virtual simulation courses allow busy healthcare professionals, including physicians, nurses, mid-level providers, and staff, to increase their competence and confidence in key clinical quality areas anywhere, anytime. Select from the menu of courses below for more information and to purchase individually. Volume discounts available.
 
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CLABSI Prevention
Course Description

This course is designed to educate healthcare providers on guidelines surrounding prophylaxis and early recognition of central line-associated blood stream infections (CLABSI). Participants may include physicians, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and technologists.

0 CE available
$12.00 per/person
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Central Line Insertion Video Tutorial
Course Description

This 18-minute video demonstrates best practices in patient and equipment preparation, procedural steps and post-procedure steps for ultrasound-guided central venous catheter placement in the internal jugular vein.

0 CE available
$12.00 per/person
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Coronary Anatomy
Course Description

This course is a comprehensive review of coronary anatomy, focusing on identifying coronary arteries by name, locating specific coronary arteries in real-time angiograms, selecting best views and camera angles to visualize specific coronaries and recognizing diseased coronaries.

0 CE available
$12.00 per/person
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Decompensated Heart Failure
Course Description

This course focuses on the management of patients experiencing acute decompensated heart failure. This course is designed for physicians, nurses, and technologists working in the ED, medical/surgical units, and critical care.

0 CE available
$75.00 per/person
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ECG Fundamentals
Course Description

This course is an introduction to ECG recognition of cardiac arrhythmias. Upon completion, participants should also be able to understand and identify characteristics of atrial and ventricular arrhythmias, junctional arrhythmias, and heart blocks; and recognize the potential causes of these arrhythmias.

0 CE available
$22.50 per/person
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Frontline Sepsis Management
Course Description

Medical Simulation Corporation’s Frontline Sepsis Management online course is designed to educate frontline healthcare providers on evidence-based guidelines surrounding the care of patients who develop sepsis. This course focuses on early identification (screening and risk stratification) and the protocolized initial treatment of sepsis/septic shock, and is aligned with Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines for Management of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock 2012 (including April 2015 revisions) and the CMS SEP-1 Core Measure. This course is suitable for all healthcare providers who are responsible for the early identification and protocolized treatment of patients with sepsis. It will take approximately 1-1.5 hours to complete.

1.5 CE available
$50.00 per/person
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Hemodynamics
Course Description

This course focuses on improving the healthcare provider’s knowledge base regarding arterial, central venous, and pulmonary pressure lines.

0 CE available
$12.00 per/person
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Intra-aortic Balloon Counterpulsation (IABP)
Course Description

This course reviews the concepts of IABP therapy and increases the healthcare provider’s competence and confidence in the management and monitoring of IABP devices.

0 CE available
$12.00 per/person
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Live Online Virtual Simulation: Sepsis Identification & Management
Course Description

MSC's Live Online Virtual Simulation is a one-hour, highly-interactive virtual simulation course, facilitated via live web conference by an MSC simulation education specialist. The goal of the session is to increase and reinforce the competence and confidence of any healthcare team member in the application of the 2012 Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC) Guidelines to improve early recognition and treatment of sepsis patients. Up to 25 participants per site may participate in this dynamic virtual learning experience. This online course is directed by participant polling questions to help guide treatment and interventions made to the simulated patient. Participants will be asked to guide treatment based on history, physical and diagnostic tests in a dynamic environment. Debriefing is a key component of the scenario and is facilitated by the MSC simulation education specialist.

1 CE available
$25.00 per/person
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Moderate Sedation
Course Description

This course is designed to increase and reinforce the healthcare provider's knowledge of responsibilities and guidelines associated with the care of individuals receiving moderate sedation during inpatient or outpatient procedures.

3 CE available
$75.00 per/person
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Pediatric Sepsis
Course Description

This course is designed to educate participants on evidence-based guidelines surrounding the care of children who develop sepsis. This course focuses on early identification and treatment of pediatric sepsis, and includes recommendations from the American College of Critical Care Medicine-Pediatric Life Support (ACCM-PALS) guidelines for the management of septic shock and the Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines for Management of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock 2012 Special Considerations in Pediatrics.

2.5 CE available
$65.00 per/person
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Peripheral Artery Disease
Course Description

This course is a comprehensive review of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) within the superficial femoral artery (SFA), focusing on the causes, signs and symptoms of PAD, patient identification, diagnosis techniques and equipment, treatment options and complications associated with SFA intervention.

0 CE available
$12.00 per/person
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Sepsis - Evaluation and Management
Course Description

This course is designed to educate healthcare providers on evidence-based guidelines surrounding the care of patients who develop sepsis. This course focuses on early identification (screening and risk stratification) and the protocolized treatment of sepsis/septic shock. Strategies for invasive and non-invasive management of the septic patient are emphasized, with recommendations from the Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines for Management of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock 2016 and the CMS SEP-1 Core Measure.

3.25 CE available
$100.00 per/person
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Sepsis Patient Scenario
Course Description

This course is designed to reinforce participant learning on evidence-based guidelines surrounding the care of patients who develop sepsis. The focus is on early identification and treatment and progression prevention strategies related to sepsis.

0 CE available
$12.00 per/person
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Sepsis Continuum: SIRS
Course Description

This module focuses on the underlying pathophysiology of sepsis and the signs and symptoms of SIRS. This module also includes a hand-washing video to support the HAI preventative measure initiative.

0 CE available
$15.00 per/person
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Sepsis Continuum: Sepsis
Course Description

This module focuses on the identification of patients at risk for sepsis. This module also includes a hand-washing video to support HAI preventative measure initiative.

0 CE available
$15.00 per/person
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Sepsis Continuum: Severe Sepsis
Course Description

This module focuses on the differentiation of severe sepsis from the other three stages of sepsis. Tissue oxygenation and oxygen dissociation are discussed in detail. It is recommended that participants have knowledge of SIRS and sepsis, or have completed the SIRS and Sepsis modules prior to taking this module.

0 CE available
$22.50 per/person
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Sepsis Continuum: Septic Shock
Course Description

This module focuses on the differentiation of septic shock from the preceding three stages of sepsis. Tissue oxygenation is reviewed and compensatory mechanisms are discussed. It is recommended that participants have knowledge of SIRS, sepsis and severe sepsis, or have completed the SIRS, Sepsis, and Severe Sepsis modules prior to taking this module.

0 CE available
$15.00 per/person
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Surviving Sepsis: Resuscitation
Course Description

This module focuses on the evidence-based guidelines presented in the Surviving Sepsis Campaign’s three-hour bundle. This module also includes a hand-washing video to support the HAI preventative measure initiative.

0 CE available
$22.50 per/person
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Surviving Sepsis: Management
Course Description

This module focuses on the evidence-based recommendations for management of sepsis patients presented in the “Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines Management of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock 2012.” This module also includes a hand-washing video to support the HAI preventative measure initiative.

0 CE available
$22.50 per/person
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Surviving Sepsis: Interpreting Acid-Base Imbalance
Course Description

This module focuses on the identification of patients presenting with metabolic acidosis, the primary acid-base imbalance affecting patients in sepsis and severe sepsis. This module may also be used for general understanding of ABG interpretation.

0 CE available
$15.00 per/person
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Stroke
Course Description

The online course, Stroke Early Recognition and Initial Treatment, educates participants on the research-based guidelines for the identification of symptoms associated with stroke and the initial care of stroke patients. This course is suitable for physicians, nurses, and technologists who care for patients in critical and noncritical care units.

1.5 CE available
$50.00 per/person
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Venous Thromboembolism (DVT and PE)
Course Description

This course focuses on the CHEST guidelines for VTE prophylaxis, early recognition of signs and symptoms, and initial treatment recommendations. General information on fibrinolysis, as well as inferior vena cava (IVC) filters are also included. This course is suitable for physicians, nurses, and other allied healthcare providers who care for medical and surgical patients.

0 CE available
$50.00 per/person
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Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia
Course Description

This course focuses on the evidenced-based guidelines surrounding the prevention and early identification of VAP. This course is designed for novice to advanced physicians, nurses, and respiratory therapists working in critical care areas of the hospital. This course also includes a hand-washing video to support the HAI preventative measure initiative.

0 CE available
$22.50 per/person
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