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Moderate Sedation Program (for DH staff only)

The Moderate Sedation program is for clinicians, providers and nurses, who are directly involved in procedures requiring moderate sedation. Training to be credentialed in moderate sedation is role specific.

If you are a proceduralist, meaning the person doing the procedure

Required training includes the following steps:

  • Sign up for the Moderate Sedation online modules
  • Click LifeSupport@hitchcock.org, and submit an email requesting only the online modules
  • The modules will be manually assigned to you in Halogen
  • Receive a confirmation email, from Halogen, when they are available for you to access
  • Complete the modules in their entirety
  • Successfully pass the final exam

Optional additional training includes:

  • Hands-on simulation training; follow the instructions below

If you are a sedationist, meaning the person providing moderate sedation for the procedure

Required Pre-requisites

  • Current ACLS or PALS certification

Required training includes the following steps:

  • Sign up for the Moderate Sedation online modules plus the hands-on simulation training
  • Click the Moderate Sedation Class Schedule hyperlink below to view open dates and times for the hands-on simulation training sessions
  • Submit your request, using the Register button, for the hands-on simulation (this will also request the online modules)
  • Receive an email confirming the hands-on simulation training date and time
  • Once your ACLS/PALS certification is verified, the modules will be manually assigned to you in Halogen
  • Receive a second confirmation email, from Halogen, when they are available for you to access
  • Complete the modules in their entirety
  • Successfully pass the final exam
  • Be present for the entire hands-on simulation training 

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