|1.||Review the history and development of paramedicine and prehospital health service delivery as a discipline;|
|2.||Work collaboratively to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes related to non-technical skills in health care and patient encounters;|
|3.||Examine the social construction, production and distribution of health and illness, and discuss major theoretical perspectives in health sociology; and|
|4.||Examine and discuss approaches to emotional and death related work, and paramedic health and wellbeing;|
|Assignment||Virtual Simulated Patient Resource Modules||20%|
|Presentation||Group Presentation (10 minutes)||30%|
|Test||Test (90 minutes duration)||50%|
Communication: Core Interpersonal Skills for Health Professionals 3rd ed.
O'Toole, G. (2016)
Chatswood, NSW. Elsevier Australia
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