ProgramThe ECCU 2012 program is viewable by date or by topic area. Click on images below:
2012 Conference ProgramA pdf of the 2012 Conference Program is available to download here.
Continuing Education Accreditation
Below you will find instructions for retrieving your continuing education units. Please make sure to read the instructions below carefully to insure successful completion of your CEUs:
- Log onto www.healthcareeducation.org/2012/eccu
- Create a new account for yourself on the web site (box on the right)
- An email will be immediately sent to your email address.
- Read your email, and click on the web link it contains.
- Your account will be confirmed and you will be logged in.
- From now on you will only need to enter your personal username and password to log in
- To begin the post test select the first date you attended, then select the session.
- If you are prompted for an enrollment key before beginning the post test, enter: survive
- After submitting each individual post test you will be prompted to "Get your certificate," which you can save on your computer.
- You can proceed with other session by selecting the 'back' button on your browser, and then "Course menu" on the burgundy ribbon.
- Important: After competing post tests for all the sessions you attended you will need to retrieve the list of certificates to turn into your licensing agency for continuing education units. The list of certificates can be found under "View my Certificates" on the left of the course menu page.
**You will have 14 days to complete post tests for all sessions after your initial login. After the 14 day period your account will expire, and you will not have access to your post tests.
If you have any questions please contact: Amanda Arias at (951) 782-8200 or (888) 834-8700.
ECCU 2012 Conference Overall Learning Objectives
Presenters should link their learning objectives back to one or more of the overall learning objectives of the conference:
- List and describe one or more SURVIVOR/RESCUER stories that can be used to illustrate an effective chain of survival for cardiac arrest
- List and describe how to implement three NEW effective CPR training techniques in your hospital/EMS system or community
- Describe three effective community-wide implementation strategies that improve sudden cardiac arrest survival rates
- Describe three ways that MEDIA can improve the number of people trained in CPR and willing to act in an emergency
- Share and understand three best practices for innovative implementation of the 2010 AHA CPR and ECC Guidelines in your hospital/EMS system or community
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Statement on Special Needs:
ECCU is committed to making this CME activity accessible to all individuals. If you need auxiliary aid(s) or service(s) as identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act, or have a dietary restriction, please describe your needs in an
mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Most requests can be accommodated if notification is received by 8/1/2012.