HBM1202 - Anatomy and Physiology 2
HFB1207 - Principles of Drug Actions for Health Professionals
HFB1213 - Paramedic Clinical Practice 2
HBM1202 and HFB1207 not applicable for HLT51015 - Diploma of Paramedical Science students.
|1.||Articulate knowledge of and describe the appropriate pre-hospital assessment and management of patients presenting with selected respiratory and cardiovascular disorders;|
|2.||Articulate knowledge of and describe the appropriate pre-hospital assessment and management of patients presenting with selected endocrine, neurological, microbiological disorders;|
|3.||Justify the use of and discuss the mechanism of action and correct administration of the various pharmacological agents related to the management of selected medical conditions; and|
|4.||Demonstrate reflective and analytical strategies to identify opportunities for improvement in clinical reasoning and patient management.|
|Case Study||Part 1 Team Diagnosis||15%|
|Case Study||Part 2 Group research paper (1400 words)||35%|
|Test||Online tests x 2 (10% each)||20%|
|Case Study||Individual case study analysis (2)||30%|
Pathophysiology: The biologic basis for disease in adults and children 8th ed.
McCance, K.L., Huether, S.E., Brashers, V.L., & Rote, N.S. (2018)
St Lois MO: Mosby
Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine 4th ed.
Cameron, P., Jelinek., G., Kelly, A., Murray, L. and Heyworth, J. (2014)
Sydney: Churchill Livingstone.
Pharmacology for health professionals 5th ed.
Bryant, B. Knights, K., Darroch, S., & Rowland, A. (2018)
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