1 – Day Procedural Cadaver Lab | Primary Care | March 15th
ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY | Learn the fundamentals of interpreting the most common plain film x-rays including: chest, fingers, hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, humerus, pelvis, femur, knee, and toes. Participants evaluate, order and interpret radiological images. Orthopedic faculty teach our participants hands-on application of appropriate splinting techniques for orthopedic injuries.
CADAVERIC SUTURING | In collaboration with Duke University’s School of Medicine and the Chairman of Plastic Surgery, learn from the world’s premiere plastic surgery residency program the basics of suturing. Enjoy a 30-minute tutorial followed by a full-day in our cadaver lab – practicing what you have learned. Many of our participants report this is by far the most comprehensive course in suturing for primary care providers. Many of our graduates suggest all post-graduate providers should participate in this course for world class competency skills training.
PRIMARY CARE PROCEDURES| Many post graduate professionals report feeling inadequately prepared the most basic bio-skills in both primary care and urgent care settings. Review our pre-course curricula videos followed by applications in our Bioskills labs utilizing cadaver tissue to practice the most common procedures in primary and urgent care. These procedures include toenail removal, foreign body removal, incision, and drainage to name a few.
This activity was planned in accordance with ANCC & AMA Accreditation Standards and Policies and is pending approval for 9.5 contact hours.
- Lectures 27
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 9.5 hours
- Skill level Nurse Practitioner | Physician Assistant | Primary Care Physician
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Self