Emergency Neurological Life Support (ENLS) is a series of protocols suggesting important steps to take in the first hour of a neurological emergency. ENLS is designed to help healthcare professionals improve patient care and outcomes during the most crucial time - the critical first hours of the patient’s neurological emergency. ENLS demonstrates a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach and provides a consistent set of protocols, practical checklists, decision points, and suggested communication to use during patient management. These emergencies include Ischemic Stroke, Intracerebral Hemorrhage, Status Epilepticus, Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, Meningitis and Encephalitis, Airway Management including intubating a patient with high intracranial pressure, Traumatic Brain Injury, Traumatic Spine injury and Spinal Cord Compression. All of these protocols are available at no charge online at ENLS Protocols.
• Advanced knowledge
• Improved patient care and outcomes
• Ability to be up to date/current on advancements in treatment
• A select set of topics that are directly relevant to neurocritical care
MDs, critical care nurses and other professionals who treat neurological emergencies benefit from ENLS’ in-depth presentations of 13 critical topics. CME credit is offered for the course. (See details in link below). This activity is divided into an introduction, 1 module each for each ENLS protocol (13 total) and a certification module. It will take approximately 1 hour to complete each module.
Participants that are interested in taking the ENLS Course, please click here to create your account with the Neurocritical Care Society and gain acces to the course. If there are technical questions about the site, please contact the Neurocritical Care Society. Feedback about content of the site please direct to Wade Smith, MD, PhD and/or Scott Weingart, MD RDMS.
For questions about CME of this course please contact:
UCSF Office of Continuing Medical Education
3333 California Street, Room 450
San Francisco, CA 94118
Registration Fax: 415-502-1795
For technical questions of this course please contact:
Neurocritical Care Society
Phone: (952) 646-2034