BLS For Non-Healthcare Provider

3 May 2024

The atmosphere during the basic life supports training for non-healthcare providers. This course was part of the elderly care program at Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University (under royal patronage), designed to support the ” Aged Society”. The focus was on producing caregivers who are ready to provide quality care for the elderly, ensuring their good health and quality of life. Emphasis was also placed on basic life support, with instructors certified by the AHA BLS Instructor course delivering the training. This ensured that caregivers could confidently provide appropriate and safe assistance to the elderly during emergencies. After the training, participants expressed high satisfaction levels and gained valuable experience in basic life support, boosting their confidence in elderly care. This, in turn, enhanced their overall competency as trainees.

 

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