The Red Cross Resuscitation Suite is evidence-based and founded on ILCOR’s scientific guidelines making this program compliant with all U.S. guidelines for healthcare resuscitation programs. This program is also reviewed under the
guidance of the American Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council - a panel of nationally recognized experts from a wide range of scientific, medical, and academic disciplines. They ensure the information provided meets or exceeds local, state
and/or national standards.
Courses are specifically developed for healthcare professionals to gain extensive knowledge and experience in the following:
- Rapid Assessment and Visual Survey
Learn standard techniques in emergencies, such as performing a visual survey and checking for responsiveness.
- CPR/AED for Adults, Children and Infants
Learn to recognize and care for a wide range of first aid, breathing and cardiac emergencies.
- Obstructed Airways
Learn to recognize when a patient has obstructed airways and what to do to provide effective care.
- Opioid Overdoses
Learn how to check for the signs of an opioid overdose, and how to give the patient naloxone using different products.
- Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Communication and Teamwork
Working with a team in emergency scenarios is critical. Learn how to do so productively.
- The Emergency Medical Services System
Learn EMS-specific techniques, including performing primary assessments, CPR, AED use and more.
- Legal Considerations
Understand the legal rights as a healthcare professional, such as the duty to act, standard of care, confidentiality and more.
Gain insight into what to look out for and what can go wrong when performing care in life-threatening scenarios.