The Baromedical Nurses Association Certification Board have created an updated version of their CHRN Hyperbaric Service Log. The initial version was a little “wanting”; we had received several requests to produce a more intuitive version. This has since occurred and accompanied by helpful instructions on how to complete and submit it.
We found it necessary to cancel the annual DMT refresher-training course for the first time since introduced back in 2012. There were insufficient registrants to warrant the costs of hosting it in New Orleans. Several medics expressed disappointment as they badly needed invasive skills updating, among other things. To accommodate their request we decided to run a two-day refresher here in Columbia, March 6/7. Registration is free and 16 have signed up thus far. If this interests you, contact Board headquarters ASAP. The course outline viewable here.
Dick Clarke, President
National Board of Diving & Hyperbaric Medical Technology
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Updated February 12, 2020