Continuing Education Center

Marine Life Injuries

This course is worth 0.75 CEU credits. After viewing the video take the test at the link below the video at the bottom of this page. Video must be viewed prior to taking the test.

Sean Hardy, MD, UHM

Attending Emergency Physician, Louisiana State University Health Science Center
Attending Hyperbaric Physician, LSU HSC Emergency Medicine
Hazard Materials and Disaster Services Director, LSU HSC
New Orleans, LA

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