Learn & Master ACLS/PALS is all about making ACLS and PALS simple and giving you the confidence you need to not only pass certification but truly master advanced life support in a very short time.
Simple and Interactive
This site is designed for the interactive learner and will help you achieve ACLS and PALS mastery by repetition with practice tests, simulations, scenarios, and short videos. There also is reading material that supports all of the interactive content. The goal simple, interactive, and enjoyable so that you can learn and master ACLS and PALS in a low-stress, highly-focused, and entertaining environment.
My Name is Jeffery(Jeff) Jack, and I have been a nurse for 23 years. My brother Chris is also a contributor to the information provided on this site. He has been a nurse for 24 years. Between the two of us, we have over 45 years of ACLS and PALS experience, and we want to share this experience with you and help you LEARN and MASTER ACLS & PALS.
Jeff is an RN BSN. He graduated from Wichita State University, School of Nursing in 1995. In 1996, he joined the Navy and was a Navy Officer (nurse) for 7 years. During this time, he specialized in pediatrics, medical/surgical nursing, and ambulatory care. From 2001 to the present time, Jeff has been working as a Critical Care/ICU nurse.
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Chris, a Commander in the U.S. Navy, has a Masters of Science in Critical Care Nursing and is a Clinical Nurse Specialist currently stationed at US Naval Hospital Guam. as the Staff Education and Training Department Head. Other accomplishments include Adjunct Faculty at Azusa Pacific University, School of Nursing, Staff Education and Training Department Head at Naval Hospital San Diego, and trauma instructor at the Navy’s Trauma Training Center at Los Angeles County General Hospital. Specialties include Critical Care Education, ECG and Rhythm interpretation, and Trauma.
It is our desire that this site would help you learn and master ACLS.
We are dedicated to providing you with innovative methods of learning and up to date information concerning ACLS guidelines and best practice.
Jeff & Chris