RESUS4KIDS – Paediatric Life Support for Healthcare Rescuers offers paediatric life support training for healthcare rescuers who may be involved in the initial resuscitation of an infant or child in respiratory or cardiac arrest.
The program is used throughout Australia in both the public and the private sectors as well as within the universities.
RESUS4KIDS programs are delivered in an interdisciplinary context from an undergraduate level through to staff specialists and educators and is currently taught to doctors, nurses, paramedics, allied healthcare professionals and university students.
Individual agreements can be made for both programs. Agreements can also be made for organisations outside of Australia.
How to Get Access
RESUS4KIDS is FREE to all NSW Health Employees. For people not working for NSW Health, the program is available at a cost.
RESUS4KIDS is available free of charge to all NSW Health employees via My Health Learning.
You can find RESUS4KIDS on My Health Learning by searching the term ‘RESUS4KIDS’.
RESUS4KIDS is also available to non NSW Health healthcare workers via the alternative portal RESUS4KIDS Training Portal.
Your organisation will need to contact the RESUS4KIDS Program Manager Robyn Galway to arrange access and there may be a charge for this.
The program is delivered in two components: an e-learning module followed by a short practical course.
RESUS4KIDS is ARC 2016 compliant and includes optional e-learning modules on intraosseous access, the 4Hs and 4Ts, abnormal cardiac rhythm management, Paediatric Intubation, Neopuff and a train the trainer refresher module.