|1.||Define and apply medical terminology appropriately;|
|2.||Discuss ethical concepts pertaining to the delivery of competent and ethical health care;|
|3.||Locate and discuss the governance and medico-legal frameworks that relate to paramedic practice;|
|4.||Exemplify the professional skills and attributes required of a paramedic including communication, teamwork, leadership, situational awareness and decision making; and|
|5.||Apply an ethical decision-making framework to navigate an out-of-hospital ethical dilemma.|
|Test||3 x MCQ Quizzes (10 mins each)||20%|
|Other||Virtual Simulated Patient Resource Modules (7 x online simulation exercises)||10%|
|Assignment||Group assignment – Ethical dilemma (problem solving exercise, peer review and feedback, and group reflection)||40%|
|Case Study||Case Based Theory Assessment (45 minutes)||30%|
Applied paramedic law, ethics and professionalism: Australia and New Zealand 2nd ed.
Townsend, R., & Luck, M. (2020)
Chatswood, NSW Elsevier Australia
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