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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.
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CALS Certificate Extension---Response to COVID 19 Comprehensive Advanced Life Support (CALS) Program continues to monitor the effects of the COVID 19 pandemic and is modifying operations as necessary to accommodate the new and evolving demands being placed on...read more
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CALS and COVID-19
To meet the growing demand of CALS courses in the SW corridor of Minnesota, a new location has been added: SLAYTON, MN -- April 27-29, 2020 -- JOIN US!!
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By Chris Serres / Star Tribune One of Minnesota’s largest hospital systems is closing Twin Cities clinics that specialize in the care of older adults, disrupting care for hundreds of senior patients and exacerbating a statewide shortage of geriatric specialists....
BY SHAMANE MILLS | WISCONSIN PUBLIC RADIO Medical schools across the country have seen a sharp decline in rural students. This comes at a time when Wisconsin and other states are facing a physician shortage in sparsely populated communities. Medical school students...
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By Catharine Richert, MPR News Mayo Clinic recently announced it will close facilities in Springfield and Lamberton in southwestern Minnesota early next year, continuing a trend of closures and service cuts in rural areas. Mayo Clinic has closed or consolidated at...
By Eli Saslow, The Washington Post SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — A flashing red light summoned Dr. Brian Skow to his third emergency of the afternoon, and he hurried to a desk in a suburban office building. He sat in front of an oversize computer monitor, which showed a live...
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