Education and Resources

Do you have an upcoming community event? Need help announcing your training courses? Feel free to send in your informational flyer or post to the TSE Program staff tse@dhw.idaho.gov to be posted here.
Upcoming Events

St. Luke's Children's Pediatric Emergency Conference - SAVE THE DATE...September 2nd - 3rd, 2021 at the Shore Lodge in McCall, ID. This will be a hybrid conference, both in-person and virtual options. Limited registration at 50 people for in-person attendance. Registration cost for in-person $150 and virtual $50. Registration will be coming soon! 

Pediatric Resuscitation Training - Increase your pediatric resuscitation readiness by completing a 1-hour online training course provided by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital. Any healthcare professional (physicians, nurses, techs, paramedics) is welcome to take this course. Click here to begin.

Ongoing Training - Traffic Incident Management (TIM) is FHWA-approved training aimed at reducing the amount of first responders injured or killed while responding to incidents on the roadway. This is free training. For more information, please visit www.itd.idaho.gov/itd and click on the "Traffic Incident Mgmt" tab.

Educational resources for providers

STEMI
Idaho TSE Registry STEMI Dataset Free CPR Training
TSE Recognize STEMI Pamphlet American Heart Association - Online Training Courses

 

Idaho TSE STEMI Education Module:
The Idaho TSE STEMI Education for EMS module is available on the TRAIN Idaho website for EMS providers to earn one hour of continuing education credit. Select the link below and type in the search field "Idaho TSE STEMI Education for EMS." Then select the launch button to load the course. Once completed, print your certificate. Contact TSE Program Specialist Maegan Kautz at (208) 334-4904 or email: maegan.kautz@dhw.idaho.gov, if assistance is needed.

Other websites

Click the link below to view the current data dictionary for trauma, stroke, and STEMI. Find these documents and other helpful information on the Idaho TSE Registry website.
Click the link below to learn how you can STOP THE BLEED and/or become a certified course instructor, print off materials, or purchase a bleeding kit.
Although recovering from a stroke can be challenging for both the survivor and caregiver, resources are available to help during the recovery period and improve your overall health. Recovery and rehabilitation are among the most important aspects of stroke treatment.