Pediatric First Five Minutes
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UC Davis Medical Center Davis Tower, 7125
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Course # 07013
The Pediatric First Five Minutes course is designed primarily for non-critical care pediatric nurses to develop confidence, technical and critical thinking skills needed to recognize and respond to an unstable pediatric patient. The main focus is prevention. Utilizing case scenarios and incorporation of a simulation-based methodology, students can see and hear critically ill children, developing skills in recognizing pediatric distress signs and symptoms and thus begin patient stabilization prior to arrest. An important secondary goal of this course is to develop teamwork and communication skills.
C.E. contact hours
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP 26, for 6.75 contact hours.
Attendees will not receive C.E. credit if they are more than 20 minutes late; no partial credit can be awarded.
Please select a class date above and complete the registration form. If using a credit card, submit the registration form and phone in your credit card number to (916) 734-9790. If paying by check, please print the registration form, attach your check made payable to UC Regents dated for the date of the class, and mail to:
Center for Professional Practice of Nursing
4900 Broadway, Suite 1630
Sacramento, CA 95820
Registrations are confirmed only if deposit or fee is provided with registration form.
UC Davis employees
$25 registration deposit. Registration deposit is returned upon completion of class. Cancellation must be requested five days prior to class date to receive deposit refund.
This class is for UC Davis Health System employees only.
Persons with disabilities
Individuals needing special accommodations may call the Center for Professional Practice of Nursing at (916) 734-9790.
Parking is available in parking lots 14 and 17 on 2nd avenue. Park with a UC Davis parking permit, or purchase a daily permit for $6 in lot 14.
Elizabeth Radsliff, M.S.N., P.N.P.-BC
Pediatric Nurse Educator