If you teach CPR in any of your classes, you may be aware that the American Heart Association's Basic Life Support course was updated in 2020.
To help you keep up with these changes, the CPR and Basic Life Support module has been updated according to the new AHA guidelines.
To align with the 2020 AHA BLS guidelines, the HealthCenter21 CPR and Basic Life Support module was updated to reflect:
Though the changes made to the CPR and Basic Life Support module are relatively small, they did affect a number of eLearning lessons and the accompanying resources. Below you'll learn which materials were updated to reflect the new AHA guidelines, as mentioned above:
In addition to the unit-specific changes, the module test has an updated question about caring for suspected opioid overdose.
This module has been automatically updated to reflect the new AHA guidelines. If you already have a class with the CPR and Basic Life Support module included, it has already been updated for you.
If you downloaded or printed any materials from the module prior to January 30, 2021 you may need to redownload them. This includes:
If you have additional questions about the updates to the module, head to the Help Center and send us a chat!