The REMSA Training center offers full PEARS classes, recertification, and instructor classes. Flexible scheduling options are available to accommodate professional commitments. If the scheduled classes do not meet your groups needs please call to schedule a class.
This course addresses a gap in the
number of healthcare providers who see
pediatric patients, and do not require the
advanced skills of PALS.
The main focus of PEARS is prevention, and specifically, the assessment, recognition and stabilization of pediatric victims at risk of severe cardiopulmonary distress. Through unique learning tools, such as video-based simulation, providers can see and hear critically ill children with whom they do not typically come in contact, equipping them to recognize the symptoms of pediatric victims, and thus begin stabilization prior to arrest.
The course is video-based with instructorled discussion and simulation. Students participate in, practice and complete various skills and learning stations.
For any healthcare provider who
might encounter pediatric
patients in their profession.
Course is not intended for those
staff credentialed for advanced
pediatric skills that routinely
provide pediatric care.
Course description provided by American Heart Association®