HFB3134 - Paramedic Clinical Practice 5
HFB3135 - Paramedic Clinical Science 5 (Special Populations)
HFB3130 - Paramedic Clinical Science 4 (Mental Health and Mental Illness)
Prerequisite is not applicable to HBPA students. Prerequisite HBPX is HFB 3134 Prerequisite HBPD is HFB3134, HFB3135, HFB3130
HFB3234 - Paramedic Clinical Practice 6 - Extended Practice
|1.||Analyse the principles of risk assessment and major incident planning, preparation, and coordination;|
|2.||Adapt and apply the main elements of the national major incident and disaster policy and the roles of the emergency services response to a major incident which includes police, fire, ambulance, health, state emergency service and other support agencies;|
|3.||Conceptually map medical service major incident planning, preparation, response and recovery in the context of a multi-disciplinary and multi-agency major incident response;|
|4.||Report on the principles of major incident management including principles of command and control, the Incident Command System (ICS) and triage of patients;|
|5.||Predict and formulate strategies for addressing prevalent major psychological and sociological effects following a major incident including survival, bereavement, and post-traumatic stress;|
|6.||Demonstrate practical applications of the prehospital emergency medicine response in simulated major incident scenarios.|
|Other||On campus students: Workbook (2000 words)||20%|
|Other||On campus students: Tutorial exercises||30%|
|Examination||On campus students: Final examination (2 hours duration plus 15 minutes reading time)||50%|
|Other||Online students (see below for assessment weighting): Tutorial exercises/online discussions||0%|
|Assignment||Online students:(see below for assessment weighting): Written (assignment 2000 words)||0%|
Major incident medical management and support 6th ed.
Hodgetts, T.J., & Mackway Jones, K. (2014)
London, BMJ Books
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