Students will be required to demonstrate medical and physical fitness capability to meet the professional industry requirements of clinical placement. Students will be required to demonstrate vaccination requirements to meet the professional industry requirements of clinical placement.
HFB1112 - Paramedic Clinical Practice 1
HBM1202 - Anatomy and Physiology 2
HFB1207 - Principles of Drug Actions for Health Professionals
|1.||Demonstrate and articulate the safe administration of community-based emergency medication administration.|
|2.||Describe and demonstrate competency in managing patients with medical and trauma emergencies.|
|3.||Demonstrate and justify the criteria for shockable or non-shockable ECG rhythms.|
|4.||Differentiate between adult and paediatric assessments.|
|5.||Reflect and discuss the concepts underpinning decision making, critical thinking and evidence based practice.|
|Other||Simulated Patient Scenario Assessment||Pass/Fail|
|Practicum||Placements and completed Logbook||Pass/Fail|
|Other||Self-directed Learning (minimum of 12 hrs)||Pass/Fail|
|Other||Pre-placements medical and physical, Vaccinations.||Pass/Fail|
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