This free, open source program is aimed to provide just-in-time, evidence based, critical care knowledge and skills for any nurse fighting COVID-19.
The intended audience are nurses from non-critical care areas deployed to care for patients with COVID-19 who require critical care nursing; however, any health care provider is welcome to take this program.
This program is peer-reviewed by a team of nurse specialists. We recognize #FOAMed/#FOANed collective knowledge is the best peer-review possible, free of barriers and red-tape. This program welcomes and encourages you, the reader, to submit feedback on any of the site’s content.
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The EPICC National Team believes that we cannot fight COVID-19 alone. Rather, our strength as a community of healthcare providers is needed to overcome the global pandemic.
The Emergency Practice, Interventions and Care – Canada (EPICC) Program is Canada’s National Emergency Nursing course. It is based on the Core Competencies of the Emergency Nurse. The regular EPICC programs consist of three courses – Foundations, Trauma and Pediatrics.
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