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New Spinal Protocol Training

Effective Sept 1, 2014 Saskatchewan college of Paramedics has released the new Spinal Protocol.   The college has allowed 6 months for all SCOP practitioners to obtain the required training.  With these new changes being quite different from our regular way of practice, KPS has developed an interactive module that will assist practitioners in understanding the new way of Spinal Immobilization.  All ITLS programs offered with KPS Medic will include the new training with a certificate issued for submission to SCOP.  KPS Medic will also offer various dates for individual spinal protocol training as the need arises for those not requiring an ITLS program this year.  Contact Karyn for more details.
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