HFB2002 - Medical Emergencies 1 and
HFB2003 - Medical Emergencies 2
|1.||Evaluate the pathophysiological concepts, processes, progression and complications associated with a range of complex medical aetiologies, to inform person-centred care;|
|2.||Review and apply the appropriate assessment and management of patients presenting with a range of complex medical aetiologies;|
|3.||Apply and further develop foundational knowledge relevant to cardiology, integrating the pathophysiological processes, progression and complications to enhance understanding of the associated paramedic care;|
|4.||Demonstrate an understanding of the mechanism of action and safe and appropriate use of pharmacological agents, related to the management of selected medical conditions; and|
|5.||Articulate critical thinking and clinical reasoning related to evidence-based practice in the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient management in acute and chronic conditions.|
|Project||Part 1:Group Assessment: Proposal and Contract Complex medical aetiology (500 words)||5%|
|Project||Part 2:Group Assessment: Podcast/vodcast (15minutes)||35%|
|Journal||Online Written Discussion Forum- (1500 words)||40%|
|Test||Scenario based MCQ Assessment (1 hour)||20%|
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