Our Editorial Process

We know trust is earned, so we’re happy to share more about how ACLS Medical Training creates content that’s accurate, straightforward, and relevant.

In order to elevate the level of medical education across disciplines, you need to take a multidisciplinary approach. That is why we have a diverse team of medical professionals at ACLS Medical Training. Our vision is to improve outcomes by empowering individual paramedics, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and physicians. We’re creating a straightforward and accessible learning experience that helps to enhance the systems of care that save lives.

Our content creation process

ACLS Medical Training’s content is created, fact-checked, and reviewed by qualified medical professionals and subject matter experts. Each course undergoes a rigorous peer-review process to bring you the highest quality, most accurate content possible.

Our team of experts

We have combined decades of experience teaching, publishing research, and working with sick patients to create accurate, straightforward online education. From interventional cardiologists and paramedics to registered nurses and physician assistants, our team strives to create comprehensive, unbiased, and accurate medical education.

Our references, sources, and citations

We have strict sourcing guidelines and rely on academic research institutions, government agencies, medical associations, and peer-reviewed medical literature in the field of resuscitation and emergency medical care. Our curriculum conforms to the most recent ILCOR Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC.

Target audience

Our courses have been designed to meet the educational needs of medical professionals involved in the care of patients with acute life-threatening situations.

Educational objectives

After completing this course, the participant should be better able to:

  • Recognize the specific needs of a patient in an acutely life-threatening situation (e.g. cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest)
  • Respond with the appropriate life support algorithm
  • Provide appropriate care in response to rapidly changing patient needs
  • Identify normal and abnormal electrocardiograms
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of the types and dosages of medications used in ACLS and PALS
  • Apply skills related to working as part of an interdisciplinary team

Your feedback is welcome

We’re committed to providing you with the very best learning experience possible and would love to hear from you if we could be doing it better.

If you have any questions or feedback about our content or overall learning experience, you can easily let us know through our contact us page.