We know it happens – now what do you do? Maybe it was an eCard and you can’t find the email that was sent…..Or did you have a paper card issued? Click here for Helpful Tips from the American Heart Association for students with Lost AHA Completion Cards!
January 1, 2018 Per AHA Guidelines, Southeastern School of Health Sciences is transitioning to eCards only for all AHA classes. Technical support for eCards is provided by the American Heart Association, Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (CST) by calling 877-242-4277, choose Option 2.
Congratulations on completing your AHA course! One last step will make it official— claiming your eCard. As a reminder, only you can claim your eCard at this time; it cannot be claimed by someone on your behalf. Claim eCard [PDF] Please follow these instructions to claim your eCard: 1) You will receive an email from … Continue reading Updated – Steps to Claim eCard, January.2018
CLAIM your course completion eCard from AHA!The American Heart Association and Southeastern are transitioning to eCards. To receive your AHA course completion eCard, you must provide a valid email address then claim your eCard. You will have access to print your card as often as you need it at no charge. Replacement card fees … Continue reading Steps to Claim eCard from AHA
Update from the American Heart Association and Southeastern: The AHA is transitioning from physical cards to an electronic card (eCard) system. Southeastern School of Health Sciences (SSHS) would like to inform everyone that we are transitioning to eCards between August 1, 2017 and January 31, 2018. As of February 1, 2018, the AHA and SSHS … Continue reading AHA and Southeastern are transitioning to E-Cards
Man, it’s hot! The summer months are at the front door, and we need to be ready to greet high temps and thick humidity. Most folks are aware of the dangers of overexposure to hot conditions, and we do our best to stay hydrated and keep cool. However, it seems like every year we still … Continue reading Man, it’s hot! Can you identify heat stroke?
Why Become a CNA? A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) has one of the most important roles in the healthcare industry. CNAs help to create a bridge between medical staff and patients, providing hands-on assistance to both groups. It’s often an overlooked position when people are considering a career in the medical field, but there are … Continue reading Are you thinking about a career in Healthcare?
Exercise is good for your heart. But how much exercise do we need? Most studies indicate that your level of exercise should be greater than none, or expressed mathematically: Activity > 0 At least 30 minutes of moderate exercise at least 5 days per weekBut no kidding, how much exercise is enough to … Continue reading MOVE IT!
We Coffee! Americans drink a lot of coffee. Per capita, it’s fourth on the list of beverages consumed within a calendar year: 1. Soda – 45 gallons (per person, per year) 2. Bottled Water – 29 gallons 3. Beer – 21 gallons 4. Coffee – 20 gallons About two-thirds of U.S. adults will drink at … Continue reading Coffee!
In our last posting we discussed the Heimlich maneuver – the preferred technique for resolving a blocked airway in an adult or a child that is old enough to walk. Now we want to talk about what do for an infant that is choking. Infants are generally a hearty bunch, but they do present a … Continue reading Baby Steps…To A Clear Airway