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Important Notice from the HPCSA regarding the CPG Update

The Professional Board for Emergency Care (PBEC) adopted the Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) in August 2018. Click on the link below to see what the PBEC wishes to communicate in relation to the Government Gazette No. 44019...

COVID-19 Risk Assessment & PPE Training

COVID-19 Risk Assessment & PPE Training

Professional Emergency Care have a few training options to help meet your company’s or school’s COVID-19 infection control. We have been training hospital staff in the correct PPE use for the last two months and are currently doing risk assessments in the wards to...

Participate in Medical Research with TASK

TASK is performing clinical trials in which the BCG vaccine is tested to see if it reduces the impact of the COVID19 virus. Click here to be redirected to the TASK website to find out more about this trial.

What the HPCSA says about CPD training

What the HPCSA says about CPD training

We received this from the HPCSA regarding CPD Points and training, see point three. HPCSA Protecting the public and guiding the professions   The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to new and increased demands for the treatment and care of South Africans infected...

2020 AHA Interim Covid 19 Guidelines

2020 AHA Interim Covid 19 Guidelines

Existing American Heart Association (AHA) cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) guidelines do not address the challenges of providing resuscitation in the setting of the COVID-19 global pandemic, wherein rescuers must continuously balance the immediate needs of the...

PEC is now SACE Accredited

PEC is now SACE Accredited

Our Emergency Care Level 1 course has been accredited by the South African Council of Educators. Educators will now earn 15 CPD points for doing our course. The Emergency Care Level 1 course runs over two days. It covers a range of trauma and medical emergencies....

Bacterial contamination of cell phones

Bacterial contamination of cell phones

Our cellphones carry a lot more germs than we think they do. Here's an interesting read that sheds some light on the presence and spectrum of bacteria on cellphones of people working in healthcare. Contact UsCall Us Anytime: +27 21 705 6459

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