Registration is now open for the 5th CALS Conference on Rural Emergency Care! 

Featuring Key Note Session with Katy Backes Kozhimannil, PhD, MPA, Director, Research Center, University of Minnesota. 

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Uniquely suited for resource-constrained environments

Hands-on Training | Team Training | Interactive Discussions

Rural health care providers face inadequate resources in the emergency department to deal with the wide range of clinical problems they were seeing.

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Comprehensive Advanced Life Support

Rural health care providers face inadequate resources in the emergency department to deal with the wide range of clinical problems they were seeing. In response, a group of concerned doctors and nurses developed a comprehensive advanced life support curriculum that has today evolved into the CALS Program.

Learn more about the courses we offer.

Provider Course

This course provides CALS core curriculum and serves as the foundation for all of its learning opportunities.

Trauma Module

Designed to provide medical teams the opportunity to learn and practice infrequently used life-saving skills.

OB/Newborn

Designed for nurses and other health care personnel that provide care for the obstetrical and neonatal patient.

CALS Essential

A customized, team-based educational course uniquely suited for resource-constrained environments outside of the United States.

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