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Training

Previously Conducted Training

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2014 EMS Innovations Hospital Anteroom Training

The EMS Innovations Hospital Anteroom is a transition space between common areas and patient areas. It is an important part of any patient isolation solution because it provides separation between a potentially contaminated area and the “clean” area. It can be negatively or positively pressurized to control the direction of airflow to protect hospital personnel, other patients and visitors. This training video demonstrates the correct procedure for assembling and using the system. Although the hospital featured is not located in Alabama, this is the same product that participating hospitals received from the Alabama Department of Public Health.

If you have questions after viewing this training video, please email or call EMS Innovations at 1-888-236-1267.

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2014 EMS Innovations Patient Isolation and Containment System (PICS) Training

The PICS transports individual victims from an incident scene, facility or other location to more advanced medical treatment, while minimizing risk of contamination to the health care provider. It is designed to create a negative air pressure environment when connected to the HEPA Air Filtration System, reduce risk of cross-contamination, and protect health care providers. The flow of air provided by the filtration system also helps cool and relax the patient.

This training video demonstrates the correct procedure for assembling and using the system. Participating hospitals received this product from the Alabama Department of Public Health. 

If you have questions after viewing this training video, please email or call EMS Innovations at 1-888-236-1267.

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2013 Volunteer Symposium: Treating Those Who Are Suffering from Trauma and Stress Brought About by Acts of Terrorism

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2012 AmbuBus Stretcher Conversion Kit Training

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2012 ADPH Volunteer Symposium: Recovery, Resilience, and Hope after Disaster

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2011 Volunteer Symposium: Responders and Disaster Affected Individuals: Bridging Gaps of Understanding and Misunderstanding

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2010 Volunteer Symposium: The Role of an ADPH Volunteer in a Disaster

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2009 Hospital Planning Regional Conferences

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2009 ADPH Volunteer Symposium: Responding to Those with Special Needs

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Archived Emergency Preparedness Satellite Conferences and Webcasts

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