HBM1001 - Anatomy and Physiology 1
HFB1003 - Paramedic Law, Ethics and Professionalism
HFB1001 - Cultural Safety
|1.||Discuss and demonstrate competence and safe practice of foundational paramedic clinical skills;|
|2.||Exemplify systematic clinical approaches, assessments, and decision making skills in the management and care of patients effected by minor physical traumatic injuries typical in the paramedic setting;|
|3.||Exemplify systematic clinical approaches, assessments, and decision making skills in the management and care of patients requiring resuscitation in the context of clinical paramedicine; and|
|4.||Describe and demonstrate formal mechanisms to ensure students are fit to practice safely, including the principles of safe manual handling.|
|Practicum||OSCE 1 (Resuscitation)||Pass/Fail|
|Practicum||OSCE 2 (other clinical presentation)||Pass/Fail|
Emergency and trauma care for nurses and paramedics 3rd ed.
Curtis, K., Ramsden, C., Shaban, R., Fry, M. & Considine, J. (2019)
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