HFB2117 - Clinical Practice 3
HFB2121 - Paramedic Clinical Science 1 (Medical Emergencies 1)
Ambulance Victoria requires students in clinical placement to not concurrently undertake other units of study.
|1.||Qualify and quantify fluid replacement therapy in the pre-hospital setting;|
|2.||Identify and assess patient conditions such as traumatic cardiac arrest, traumatic injuries and other emergency conditions;|
|3.||Demonstrate the practical application of appropriate pre-hospital management of patients with traumatic cardiac arrest, traumatic injuries and other emergency conditions;|
|4.||Reflect on strategies to identify opportunities for improvement in clinical reasoning and patient management.|
|Practicum||Clinical Scenario Examination||Pass/Fail|
|Test||Two (2) tests (40 minutes duration)||Pass/Fail|
|Practicum||Satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 hours of placement (clinical or equivalent) and completed logbook constitute a pass grade||Pass/Fail|
|Practicum||Clinical Skills assessment||Pass/Fail|
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