2018 BLSO Provider Course Online Pre-work
Release date: March 28, 2018
1. Improve the management of normal deliveries, as well as obstetrical emergencies through teaching basic, standardized skills to first responders and various other healthcare workers.
2. Facilitate productive, collegial interactions among students interested in maternity care, first responders, and maternity care providers.
3. Assist in establishing and maintaining high standards of education and training for pre-hospital care providers; ED personnel; as well as medical, nursing, and physician assistant students.
4. Promote teamwork and patient safety to improve the quality of maternity care provided by pre-hospital care providers; ED personnel; and medical, nursing, and physician assistant students.
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Larry Leeman, MD, MPH
Professor, Univ of NM Sch of Medicine
Departments of Family and Community Medicine and OBGYN
Lee T. Dresang, MD
Professor, Univ of WI School of Medicine and Public Health
Department of Family Medicine
- 1.00 AAFP elective