Practice Your Skills Today...

A Child's Life May Depend On It Tomorrow!

Challenge Yourself With Real-Life Scenarios

But first you need to make sure you're using your color-coding and calculation tools correctly!

Kids are scary. Sick kids with their lives in your hands are terrifying! Most everyone has a color-coding system, whether it be Broselow-Luten, Handtevy, etc... but, if you don’t play with them, how will you know what to do in an emergency? Gain the confidence you need and children deserve by practicing with these tools and our life-sized "Mani-Kids." Any nurse, medic, or ER doctor that wants to be more fully prepared for pediatric emergencies should put themselves through the paces of these scenarios. The instructor, Scott DeBoer, has entertaining and helpful videos, real-life case studies, and quick tip "Peds Pearls" that are sure to help attendees save kids lives!


  • Scott DeBoer

    Scott DeBoer


    Scott DeBoer RN, MSN, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, CPEN, EMT-P, is an international pediatric seminar leader and nurse consultant with over 30 years of nursing experience who obtained his master's degree in critical care nursing from Purdue University. Scott retired in 2015 from flight nursing after 20 plus years at the University of Chicago Hospitals “UCAN flight team.” Scott is the primary seminar leader for Pedi-Ed-Trics Emergency Medical Solutions, LLC, a seminar company he founded and dedicated to saving the lives of children through education. Scott has authored four "Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse Review" books, the only step-by-step photo guide for removing body piercings in the ER, a neonatal emergencies handbook, "Peds Pearls: Tear-Out, Tips, Tricks & Treasures From the Trenches" Volumes 1 and 2, and recently produced the all-new color-coded 6th edition of the Pedi-Wheel. All of Scott’s books are written for nurses, paramedics, and respiratory professionals. For over 30 years, Scott has worked in neonatal/pediatric/adult flight nursing, as well as, staff nurse positions in intensive care and emergency/trauma nursing. He has also taught as a clinical nursing instructor at Purdue University and is a member of AACN, ENA, and ASTNA. In addition, Scott serves as a legal nurse consultant with various national law firms as an expert witness for nursing and EMS malpractice issues. Scott has written well over 100 pediatric and critical care articles for Neonatal Network, Critical Care Nurse, Journal of Emergency Nursing, AirMed, Emergency Medical Services, Air-Medical Journal, EMS World, and Nursing Spectrum. In recognition of his significant contributions in medical transport journalism, he was honored by the Air & Surface Transport Nurses Association to be a recipient of their Jordan Award. Scott is often heard on various podcasts discussing pediatric emergencies for medical professionals and has appeared on the series Trauma Center and several episodes of the television show E.R. as a flight nurse opposite Anthony Edwards and George Clooney. In 1994 Scott married Lisa Banter-DeBoer and they have two adult children. Scott and Lisa have owned and operated Pedi-Ed-Trics (formerly Peds-R-Us) together since the late 1990’s. Even with nearly 50 teaching engagements on neonatal, pediatric, & "big-people" emergency topics somewhere in the world every year, Scott still manages to find time to coordinate local outdoor movie nights, events at his church, and hold certifications in emergency, critical care, trauma, and flight nursing.

Course Curriculum

  • 1
    Lunch & Learn Video
    • Broselow Basics & Handling Handtevy
    • The New 2019 Broselow Tape