Hospital and Field Placements/Outreach require Health & Safety, WHMIS and OWHSA training, and approved Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI) training prior to placements. There are additional costs associated with training that should be anticipated by students which are not covered by tuition fees. To be eligible for placement, you must submit proof of Standard First Aid certification, CPR level C, PRCSVS, and complete immunizations (if required by the placement agency) through ParaMed and pay associated costs. ParaMed services are the third party provider who collects all field placement documentation for the School of Health and Community Studies.
Many advanced users stack several compounds in order to get maximum results from their cycle. Normally when your stacking these types of products its best to use single compounds instead of premixed stacks. The problem with using a premixed stack is you may get more of one compound than you want. Most of these products have sweet spots. Lets use h-drol for an example according to many of the forums out there 75mg is the sweet spot for this compound. Now lets say you have a halodrol product that is mixed with 10mg of Methylstenbolone. In order to get the proper amount of hdrol you will get more than the recommended dose of M-sten.