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This Dental CPR training course is specifically designed to meet the needs of Dentists and other Dental Practice staff. It covers the following material:
Dental CPR Training for Dentists and Dental Practices – Course Content
- using the ABCDE approach to assess acutely sick patients
- care of the unconscious casualty (recovery position)
- basic CPR hands-on practise
- discussion / demonstration of use of an AED device
- scenario-based exercises to simulate emergencies in your workplace
- working as a team, carrying out simultaneous first aid activities
The training usually takes place in your reception area, and can be timed to be convenient to you (including over a lunchtime break, to minimise the impact on patient care).
Dental CPR training – Contributing towards your CPD
As part of this course, each candidate will receive the following to assist in meeting your annual CPD requirements:
- A training summary sheet, containing aims, objectives and outcomes, with a section for your feedback and reflections
- A certificate confirming 2 hours of focused Dental CPR training, which contributes towards a verifiable CPD requirement.
In addition, your Practice will receive a Dental CPR certificate to display on your wall, showing that your Practice has undertaken the course.
Dental CPR Training Course
Book this Dental CPR training course on your premises. Contact us for a quote.
Many of our clients combine this course with Medical Emergencies training to make this a 4 hour course with 4 hours verifiable CPD.
This combined CPR and Dental Medical Emergencies course adds training in recognition and treatment of medical conditions such as:
- Heart attack
- Acute Asthma
It also covers a review of your emergency drugs and equipment.
For more information regarding this comprehensive training course, please see our CPR and Dental Medical Emergencies course page.
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