One of the biggest changes I have seen is that RECOVER training has allowed us to utilize all staff members. Assistants are taught to initiate CPR and participate in the code.
RECOVER helped identify knowledge gaps and future research needs, influencing both clinical researchers as well as laboratory animal researchers. Getting certified means researchers involved in resuscitation research can ensure their study protocols follow the current best evidence, which is typically required for IACUC approval.
Before RECOVER, codes could feel like chaos. With RECOVER, CPR has become systematic and predictable by taking the guesswork out of the equation and gives the entire (trained) team clearly defined roles and evidence-based steps to take. No more chaos, just CPR.
Engaging and thorough presentation and contents. Critical tools to have as a pet owner. Thank you.
CPR always makes me nervous despite extensive training in practice. The BLS and ALS have filled the gaps in my knowledge and giving me a thorough understanding of CPA and the CPR interventions and monitoring procedures in place. I loved the RECOVER course and highly recommend them to the entire veterinary profession.
I was so excited when I saw that a RECOVER course for non-medical staff was being offered! It was a great experience to learn some basic life support skills from some of our most seasoned and expert doctors. While I hope to never have to use these skills on my own pet or those of my friends and family, I have certainly developed a new sense of confidence that I can provide value in an emergency situation. This course was a great experience and I would recommend it to all of our non-medical staff. Thank you for offering this opportunity for us!
I learned a lot through the online and in person training I received through the RECOVER Pet Rescuer Certification course. The training was educational, engaging and easy to follow. Though I hope I will never have to use what I learned on my own pets, I now know what to do to help save their lives.