–Airway World™ – The Airway Management Virtual Destination – Offers the Latest on Airway Management Procedures and Resources
/EINPresswire.com/ Campbell, CA – May 11, 2010 – 6Connex, the pioneer of virtual technology marketing solutions, announced that Airway Management Education Center (AMEC), a medical education company and recognized leader in airway management training for physicians, advanced practice nurses, physician assistants, and advanced emergency medical services (EMS) professionals, is leveraging the 6Connex Virtual Experience Platform to host Airway World™, a unique online medical education environment designed to put the tools and resources of airway management at the user’s fingertips.
Airway World is designed to close important gaps in airway management and resuscitation education by bringing together resources and information globally from an extensive range of sources to create a first-of-its-kind knowledge and collaboration center. It has dual goals of easy access and easy use, making it uniquely suited to meet the needs of the busy medical professional. In Airway World, visitors will find multiple learning opportunities and interactive experiences within the virtual environment such as a presentation from Dr. Michael Murphy performing a flexible fiberoptic tour of his own airway.
“We want to reach more airway management professionals than those who can attend The Difficult Airway Courses™ and we want to provide a means for our attendees to stay in touch with us as well as create stronger peer to peer relationships with one another,” said Dr. Michael Murphy. “Being able to extend globally via the 6Connex Virtual Experience Platform allows us to enhance the experience of those practitioners who have taken the airway management courses by offering virtual education opportunities that allow them to stay current in this dynamic field.”
“We are pleased to partner with Airway Management Education Center in delivering this distinctive virtual technology solution that extends their reach to more airway management professionals,” adds Brian Lane, vice president of healthcare and life sciences at 6Connex. “Offering a virtual knowledge and collaboration center, leveraging our Virtual Experience Platform, provides organizations such as AMEC the opportunities to cost effectively extend their educational reach worldwide.”
Access to Airway World™ is free and available online at http://www.airwayworld.com. It can also be accessed through the AMEC website at www.theairwaysite.com by clicking on the Airway World™ graphic.
6Connex, a wholly owned subsidiary of Design Reactor, is the pioneer of virtual experience technology marketing solutions. Our Virtual Experience Platform enables businesses and individuals to connect and engage virtually anytime and anywhere using a dimensional environment-like architecture for B2B or B2C social networking whether it’s as a tradeshow, event or conference, and beyond. 6Connex has developed award-winning, results-oriented virtual technology marketing solutions for industry leaders such as Cisco, DuPont, HP, Intel, Kaiser Permanente and Procter and Gamble. Visit http://www.6connex.com for more information.
Based in Farmington, Connecticut, Airway Management Education Center (AMEC) uses the “expert instructor” model of education to offer high quality courses for Emergency Physicians, Critical Care Physicians, Hospitalists, Anesthesiologists, Nurse Anesthetists, advanced EMS personnel and other medical professionals tasked with emergency, difficult or failed airway management. AMEC was founded in 1997, and Ron M. Walls, MD, Michael F. Murphy, MD, and Robert C. Luten, MD remain as the principals of the company. The Center’s expert faculty offer The Difficult Airway Course: Emergency™, an intensive two and ½ day course designed primarily for Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, and EMS providers; The Difficult Airway Course: Anesthesia™ for Anesthesiologists and Nurse Anesthetists, and The Difficult Airway Course: EMS™ for paramedics, critical care transport personnel and other advanced care EMS professionals. The quality of the education program, and the instruction and training it provides are crucial to safe airway management.
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