Education

Free continuing education to our customers.

At Avel eCare, we have an education team that is working to support your use of ecare services through education. The education is available to your team at no additional cost! Education is intended to meet your needs as a partner in caring for your patients.

This may include but is not limited to the following:

  • Access to CEUs online 24/7 from work or home.
  • Access to LIVE educational webinars
  • Assistance with LIVE simulated education
  • A resource for “just in time” education

Please submit all questions to [email protected]

Continuing Education

Avel eCare CE Portal provides on-demand learning, events and live courses that allow staff to acquire CME/CNE credit from a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Find out more about available courses and events.
Upcoming Courses

Upcoming Courses

The Difficult Airway Course: Custom Program™
Who: RN, EMT, RT, Paramedics, Physicians, NP and PA
When: May 5th, 2022 4-8pm and May 6th,2022 8-5pm
***Note: This course is now a 2-day course***
Where: Helmsley Education Center: Avel eCare, 4500 N Lewis Ave. Sioux Falls, SD 57104

Resources

The Avel eCare Education team also produces, curates, and updates a set of helpful resources for customers based on the latest quality requirements.

Updated TJC Resuscitation Standards

Despite improvements in resuscitation outcomes nationally over the past two decades, survival after in-hospital cardiac arrest still varies widely across different hospitals. The revised JTC standards on resuscitation care address several factors that been cited as critical to performance, including the quality of personnel training, adherence to protocols, collection of data, and implementing internal quality control mechanisms. Avel recognizes the importance of these new JTC requirements and the impact they will have on your facility. 

TJC Workplace Violence Standards

Effective January 1, 2022, new and revised workplace violence prevention standards now apply to all Joint Commission-accredited hospitals and critical access hospitals. The high incidence of workplace violence prompted the creation of new accreditation requirements. The new and revised Joint Commission standards provide a framework to guide hospitals in developing effective workplace violence prevention systems, including leadership oversight, policies and procedures, reporting systems, data collection and analysis, post-incident strategies, training, and education to decrease workplace violence.

Covid-19

Find telemedicine resources for Covid-19.