Programs & Courses
Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition, and Stabilization (PEARS)
The PEARS teaches the fundamentals to help providers for pediatric patients, including how to assess/recognize/react to emergencies or . Active case-based lessons will be used to teach students how to provide within the first minutes after response until the is transferred to an .
The Heart and Stroke Foundation’s PEARS Certification offers:
- Life-saving science to provide a boost in patient outcomes
- Realistic simulations, high-quality animations, and simulated
- Immersive learning experience so you will never forget what you have seen
The Heart & Stroke Pediatric , Recognition, and Stabilization (PEARS) is designed for healthcare professionals who do not come into contact with or infants on a regular basis. This can include, but is not limited to, personnel working in intensive , emergency medicine and critical units such as physicians, , , , and paramedic. It is designed to build on of ( and ) to ensure that learners can get, practice & demonstrate proficiency through respiratory and .
The goal of the PEARS is to improve the outcomes for (s) by preparing healthcare providers in assessment, early recognition, prompt communication and proper initial intervention in cases of , shock and . The is primarily focused on hands-on learning techniques used in a simulation environment, with video demonstrations and group discussions being other modalities.
is designed to help healthcare professionals respond to with emphasis on for .
Method of Delivery:
- In-classroom courses means you are with a Heart & Stroke Instructor for their entire learning experience.
- The PEARS Instructor-led teaches the using video presentations and
- Instructor’s observe the students, providing guidance and feedback to facilitate their learning experience in a fun and friendly environment.
Upon completion of this the participant will be able to:
- Performing and cardiopulmonary (CPR)
- Using oxygen delivery and airway management equipment
- Using shock management equipment and a method for giving rapid fluid boluses
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- Medical management:
- 4 types of acute
- 2 types of acute circulatory problems
- 2 types of
Please ensure you order the following required student materials:
- Manual- RE7110E (print) or RE7110ED (eBook)
- 2015 Handbook of ECC for Healthcare Providers – RE0120E (print) or RE0120ED (eBook)
It is advised that you read the textbook, in its entirety, prior to the .
- PEARS takes approximately 8 hours to complete, including practice and testing
*Online training time will vary depending on the learner.
- A current Heart and Stroke Foundation BLS completion card
- BLS renewal can be done prior to the start of the
Completion Card or
Upon successful completion of , participants receive a completion card that is valid for 2 years. PEARS educational are eligible for continuing medical education (CME) credits.
- PEARS Provider