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2020 - 2022 CEU TRIENNIUM

Deadline for submission:

midnight December 31st, 2022

Email the Education Coordinator, Funmi, when all your documents are uploaded: gbadamosifunmi@yahoo.com

Pls do not use Funmi's work email address, thank you!

CHANGE TO CLAIMING PRECEPTORING HOURS: TECHS MUST TRACK HOURS AND SUBMIT AT THIS WEBSITE TO RECEIVE CERTIFICATE: 

>Preceptor Hours Certificate Form<

This change was not communicated to all work sites. Students may be able to provide preceptors with number of hours, or PTM's may verify preceptoring hours, for this triennium only. This info will also be emailed to all members.

Techs that successfully wrote the CSCT exam in 2020, 2021 or 2022:

Your study for the CSCT exam counts as 30 CEUs. Pls fill out the CEU submission form and upload into you member profile. Pls email Funmi when this is completed.

Be sure your submissions meet CSCT's criteria for CUEs at:

https://csct.ca/resources/Documents/CEU%20Standards.pdf




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The ACS Network has just launched the

Dial Don't Drive (DDD) Campaign.

The ACS Network has just launched their Dial Don't Drive (DDD) Campaign. This is in conjunction with Shared Health, St. Boniface Hospital Foundation and the Heart and Stroke Foundation, as our key partners. This initiative is a public awareness campaign aimed at increasing the use of  911 calls for people who are worried they might be having a heart attack. Of all Canadian provinces with a cardiac centre, Manitoba has the lowest rate for 911 use among STEMI patients.

As part of the campaign Shared Health has agreed to place DDD decals on every ambulance in the province! 

The links for the  first media piece in the Winnipeg Free Press and Facebook, Instagram and Twitter sites.


Important message

In Manitoba, there are more than 3,000 heart attacks every year – yet only 53% of Manitobans experiencing a life-threatening heart attack call 911. Every hour treatment for a heart attack is delayed, the risk of heart damage increases by 10%. The Manitoba Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) Network is a collection of healthcare professionals dedicated to improving the outcomes of those living with heart disease. Visit their website and follow them on Instagram to learn more about their new Dial Don’t Drive campaign on the importance of dialing 911 for heart attack symptoms. As a network of healthcare providers, the ACS Network is always educating, harmonizing, and improving. Join our regular communications to stay up-to-date and informed by subscribing to our newsletter. You can be added to our mailing list by visiting www.mbacsnetwork.ca


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