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A Novel Review Regarding First Aid Training

Added: Monday, April 17th 2017 at 4:53am by admintechhf5f
 
 
 
[paediatric first aid training]

Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. ChT April 6, 2017 | Updated 7:34 p.m. ChT April 6, 2017 In this file photo, solar panels are shown at NRG Renew's Dandan Solar Project in Inarajan. (Photo: PDN file photo) 11 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENTEMAILMORE For the third year, civil engineers and public works professionals will receive training on the latest in solar energy trends and construction. Nonprofit Solar Energy International offers a Renewable Energy Education Programthatfocuses on safety, best practices and new developments in solar energy. This years program is hosted by Guam Community College . The first course runsApril3-7 and will include trainees from Andersen Air Force Base's civilian engineering, the Commonwealth Utilities Corporationand the private sector. The second course runs from April 10 to 12 and will be for personnelfrom the Guam Power Authority, the Department of Public Works, Guam Community College and the private sector.

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The Omaha-based Davis Global Center will deploy various simulation platforms to help optimize medical training for clinicians, with an eye toward ultimately improving quality and safety, officials said. "Learners do best by having experience, whether its learning how to play a sport, a musical instrument or, in my case, do cardiac surgery," UNMC Chancellor Dr. Jeffrey Gold said in a statement. "The more experience, the more practice, the more hands-on opportunities we get, the better off we are to deliver high quality, safe, effective and patient-centered care. This center will achieve all of those goals and continue to bring Nebraska to the epicenter of the learning world." The Dr. Edwin Davis & Dorothy Balbach Davis Global Center for Advanced Interprofessional Learning is funded through a combination of private donations as well as grants from from the City of Omaha, State of Nebraska and U.S. Departmentof Health and Human Services. The 192,000-square-foot facility will house UNMCs Interprofessional Experiential Center for Enduring Learning, or iEXCEL program, which aims to help physicians and other healthcare professionals do clinical training exercises and develop surgical skills via advanced simulation technologies, virtual immersive reality, augmented reality and holographic technologies, officials say. The center's advancements will include the creation of 3D/virtual ?

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environment; laser-based "3D iSpace," a five-sided virtual immersive reality environment, and a 130-seat holographic auditorium. UNMC officials say the fire safety training Davis Global Center will form the hub of a statewide network of other simulation centers, enabling collaboration to provide new research and development opportunities. It's expected to create about 325 jobs and lead to $40 million in economic growth for the state.

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