HFB2002 - Medical Emergencies 1 and
HFB2003 - Medical Emergencies 2
|1.||Articulate knowledge of the pathophysiology of pain, haemorrhagic, neurological, envenomation, soft tissue, burns, exposure and musculoskeletal related trauma;|
|2.||Apply the correct paramedic non-pharmacological and pharmacological management and interventions to patients presenting with trauma;|
|3.||Apply the appropriate principles and prehospital management, including an understanding of clinical skills and time criticality required to manage patients presenting with various related trauma;|
|4.||Appraise and recommend trauma scales used in the pre-hospital setting; and|
|5.||Demonstrate the effective use of interpersonal skills, reflective and analytical strategies in clinical reasoning and patient management.|
|Test||MCQ Assessment (45mins)||10%|
|Annotated Bibliography||Part 1 Group Project/Trauma based care (2000 words)||40%|
|Assignment||Part 2 Group Project / Clinical Practice Guideline development from Annotated Bibliography (700 words equiv.)||25%|
|Test||Scenario based MCQ and SAQ Assessment (60minutes)||25%|
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