​ALS (Advanced Life Support) is a 2-day course in advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The training follows the newest international guidelines for resuscitation of adults.

Learning objectives​

Learning objectives for ALS-course offering teaching and training for primarily doctors, nurses and paramedics:​​​

  • ​A systematic approach to critically ill patients.
  • Treating cardiac arrest and conditions with potential cardiac arrest as part of a team.

Form and content

The training is interactive focusing on a high degree of participant involvement, with participants working in smaller groups. 

Training includes practical skills in basic and advanced life support; discussion and integration of best evidence based guidelines scenarios, and teamwork in trained in full scale scenarios. The course ends with a theoretical and practical exam assessing the participants. 

The courses are organised by Danish Resuscitation Council (DRG). 

The administration for the ALS courses is located at CAMES. 

Read more about the courses at (in Danish). 

Target group

The course is aimed at doctors, nurses and paramedics.​


CAMES – Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation
Herlev Hospital, Herlev Ringvej 75, 25. floor
2730 Herlev, Denmark

Palle Juul-Jensens Boulevard 82
8200 Aarhus N​, Denmark


5000 DKK.​


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Anne Lippert
Phone: +45 38682217

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Phone: +45 38685328


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