The third in a series of half-day diver medic refresher training sessions during this current year is scheduled for October 28. While primary directed at the DMT, the planned material holds considerable relevance for the CHT and the CHRN. Accordingly, the Board has awarded 3 Category A and 1 Category B credits, and the South Carolina Nursing Board has awarded 4 CEUs. The full program and topic time frames can be found in the link below, as can the registration form.
Management of pneumothorax occurring within the hyperbaric chamber will represent the most extensive review and updating of this critical issue on record.
Diver Medic Refresher Training: Session Three 2021
(Virtual, per Zoom; October 28, 2021)
Dick Clarke, President
National Board of Diving & Hyperbaric Medical Technology
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Updated October 5, 2021