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ASLS Blended Learning Course

The Advanced Stroke Life Support (ASLS®) Blended Learning Course is designed to help international in-hospital and prehospital healthcare professionals identify, evaluate and manage patients with stroke. This course was developed in partnership with The University of Miami Gordon Center for Simulation and Innovation in Medical Education.

This course is now available in International English (IVE). IVE training materials have been updated to reflect global stroke epidemiology, differences in the availability of treatment options, the wide variety of stroke systems of care, and international stroke care quality improvement programs, and now include metric units of measurement applicable to students outside of the United States.

*Disclaimer:
Currently, the new ASLS® Blended Learning Course is only available in India, Mexico and the Middle East region as we build out a new network of Faculty and Instructors for this discipline. If you are an AHA International Training Center or Quality Improvement hospital interested in learning when ASLS will be available in your country, complete the form.

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*If you are a United States (US)-based AHA Instructor or Training Center interested in learning more, visit the US ASLS Page to view additional resources and to complete the US form to receive updates about the course.

For International inquiries, please see below:

Audience

Designed for all healthcare professionals who are involved in the management of acute stroke patients, or who work at hospitals that meet the education requirements for Stroke Center Certification. This includes personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, neurology, intensive care, stroke care and critical care units such as physicians, nurses, and paramedics, and others who need an ASLS course completion card for job or other requirements.

Content and Modules

Prehospital Provider Course:

  • Highlights the principles of prehospital stroke management that make up the current standard of care, such as determining when to call a stroke alert and quickly transport the patient to the nearest appropriate facility
  • Explains how to communicate the patient’s symptoms, time of onset, and neurologic exam clearly and succinctly with hospital personnel

In-Hospital Provider Course:

  • Focuses on the importance of an organized approach to treating stroke patients for improved outcomes
  • Discusses the etiologic evaluation and secondary stroke prevention for stroke patients
  • Describes the management of goals for acute ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage, and subarachnoid hemorrhage
  • Outlines post-acute care management including supportive medical care, rehabilitation, and discharge planning for stroke patients

Prehospital & In-Hospital Provider Course:

  •  Combines all of the components of the Prehospital and In-Hospital courses, and is best suited for healthcare providers who work in both environments, as well as ASLS instructor candidates that will be conducting the in-person skills testing for learners from both audiences

Course Completion Card Type

American Heart Association ASLS course completion card, valid for 2 years.

Benefits of eLearning

The American Heart Association offers eLearning and blended learning courses to provide complete, flexible training solutions.

Students are able to complete online training at their own pace, while companies and healthcare organizations can overcome obstacles such as scheduling, reaching remote employees and diverse learning styles.

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