Case Report for A-1002
The case report for Alcor founder Fred Chamberlain A-1002 has been completed and published to Alcor’s website at:http://alcor.org/Library/pdfs/
A training session for the Southern California response team is being planned for the month of June at the Critical Care Research facility in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. This will be a one day refresher for volunteers in that vicinity, many of whom may not have been on a case in a while. This training session is scheduled for Saturday, June 23, 2012. Please email Aaron Drake firstname.lastname@example.org to register and for detailed information.
As there has been a large turnover in employees at the Riverside Resort in Laughlin, Nevada over the past couple of years, their management has requested a training session so that there will be adequate coverage in the event of an emergency. This will be a full two-day event that includes all aspects of the stabilization process from cryonics theory to practical application to an in-house scenario that involves the entire hotel security team. This training session is for current Laughlin team members only.
Medical Response Director, Aaron Drake
As a part of the required paramedic refresher training, Aaron Drake will be certified as a CPR, AED, First Aid, and Blood Borne Pathogens instructor. This will lead to all staff members having the opportunity to renew their CPR certification and review use the in-house AED. This will be beneficial not only in the event of an employee medical emergency, but also for the general public and members who visit and/or tour the Alcor facility.