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American Heart Association Heartsaver Course

Wendy Greenspan

American Heart Association Heartsaver Course

Wendy Greenspan, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNE, Assistant Professor, Nursing, 845-574-4313

Intended Audience: Those over the age of 13 interested in learning CPR

Abstract: The Heartsaver AED courses are for the lay person with a duty to respond. The student learns how to treat the adult/child/infant patient in cardiac arrest using BLS/CPR, proper techniques of using an automated external defibrillator (AED), and choking emergencies. Participants practice skills using the Practice While Watch video concept and perform a practical skills evaluation. There is no written test for the Heartsaver course. Participants will be issued a course completion card valid for two years.

About the Speaker: Wendy Greenspan, Assistant Professor of Nursing, has been teaching at RCC since 2003. Prior to coming to the College, she was a nursing staff development instructor at Nyack Hospital, and a registered staff nurse at Nyack Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, and New York Presbyterian Hospital. She earned an AS in Nursing from Rockland Community College; BSN from Dominican College, Orangeburg, NY; and an MSN in Nursing Education from Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

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