UTAH RESUSCITATION ACADEMY

"Improving survival from cardaic arrest, one Academy at a time"
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MEDICAL SCIENCE +

Utilizing the very latest in cardiac science, resuscitation methodology, pharmachology, psychomotor feedback devices, optomized systems and American Heart Association (AHA), your team knows it’s learning the best.

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EDUCATIONAL EXCELENCE +

Leveraging the best Subject Matter Experts (SME) in the country, in a universal formal, allows for asynchronous, clear learning – when and where your team is ready.

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LOCAL IMPLIMENTATION =

No two EMS systems are the same. Whatever your model is, there are ways to ensure your teams are minimizing inturruptions utilizing and effective team dynamic and have the support in policy.

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SURVIVAL

Our craft deals in the currency of human life. Combining the very best in MEDICAL SCIENCE, EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE and LOCAL IMPLIMENTATION – we can “improve survival, one Utah Resuscitation Academy at a time”

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CAN EVERYONE INCREASE SURVIVAL?

To optimize survival rates in your community, combine the BEST in:
  • AHA recomendations & best practices

  • The best in didactic and psychomotor learning

  • Policy, proceedure and practice

OUR TEAM

The UtahRA staff are experienced Medical Directors, Training Officers and Leaders in Public Safety:

PETER TAILLAC, MD, FACEP

Clinical Professor, Emergency Medicine
Peter is interested in teaching best practices in EMS, including trauma and cardiac resuscitation. He is a national expert on EMS systems …

CHRIS STRATFORD, RN, MS

University of Utah Center for Emergency Programs
Chris is an EMS educator and state CARES coordinator at the University of Utah. He has a background in emergency nursing and mass gathering and events medical services.

BRANDON HOWARD

Sr Firefighter/Paramedic, WVCFD
Brandon Howard has been in the fire service for 10 years and is currently a Senior Firefighter/Paramedic with West Valley City Fire Department in Utah. He is a paramedic preceptor, instructor and enjoys teaching and helping others. He loves to spend time with his wife and four kids.

Dr. Kim Rowland

Medical Director, UFA
Dr. Rowland was born near the middle of the mid-point of the 20th century. Following medical school he completed his emergency residency training and has been in active practice in Emergency Medicine for almost three decades.

Dr. Scott Youngquist

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Utah
Dr. Scott Youngquist is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Utah and Medical Director of the Salt Lake City Fire Dept. He has led efforts to improve survival from cardiac arrest where a doubling of survival has occurred over the last 5 years. He is active in cardiac arrest research and is author of over 50 peer-reviewed original papers

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