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Our training programs adhere to the most up-to-date medical and educational guidelines published by nationally recognized authorities and utilizes the following source authorities:
The process of medical knowledge is gained through research and the practice of medicine by licensed physicians, surgeons, paramedics, nurses and other healthcare professionals. Knowledge gained through medical practice and research is evaluated and debated in formal and informal education settings, peer-reviewed medical journals, consensus conferences, seminars, and through other similar processes. Knowledge is investigated both privately and publicly, with regard to effectiveness, safety, ethical character and cost-effectiveness. Knowledge and medical practices that survive the rigors of debate and consensus-building and are met with widespread agreement among experts eventually become generally accepted within the medical community. Those concepts achieving general medical acceptance are typically published in texts and journals to be relied upon by practicing healthcare professionals. Academic universities, vocational schools, and other teaming organizations like the National Health & Safety Association develop program content based upon published medical literature and tailor training materials to meet the needs of the target audience.
ILCOR and the ECC publish national consensus guidelines for CPR and First Aid that reputable educators like such as ourselves follow. However, no single organization regulates or authorizes CPR and First Aid training programs. Naming any single organization in statute or regulation often has the unintended consequence of discouraging enterprising approaches to first aid and CPR training, reducing the number of qualified first aid and CPR training programs available to serve the public. This practice also places government in the position of sanctioning particular programs thus discouraging or eliminating competition. Governments acting in this capacity are put at risk without any supporting public policy rationale.
Big Texas CPR LLC
9638 Creek Vista Lane, Willis, Texas 77378
Copyright © 2023 Big Texas CPR LLC - All Rights Reserved. The medical content in all Big Texas CPR courses are consistent with the latest CPR, AED and First Aid guidelines, to reflect the newest ILCOR Consensus Guidelines for CPR and ECC. All Big Texas CPR courses meet or exceed the medical objectives of similar training programs.
The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS, ACLS, and PALS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course material, do not represent income to the Association.