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ECP 295 - Field Experience: Clinical III


Credit(s): 8

Prerequisite(s): program director’s consent.
This course provides the opportunity to apply, in the field, the didactic knowledge and skills developed in the classroom and lab.  This course serves as the final field experience in assisting the student to become an employable EMS provider.  Cognitive, psychomotor, and affective evaluation skills addressed include patient assessment, history gathering, treatment prioritizing, diagnostic impression, protocol knowledge, radio communication, written documentation, airway management, fluid/drug management, cardiac management, trauma and medical emergencies management, attitude, professionalism, assertiveness, and team leader qualities. (Summer Semester)

Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to
  • Demonstrate the ability to function in the team leader role in various types of emergencies.
  • Perform patient assessments appropriately.
  • Perform advanced airway management.
  • Perform successful intravenous therapy and medication administration techniques.
  • Utilize critical thinking skills in patient assessment and treatment interventions in a wide variety of emergency settings.
  • Interact as a professional member of a health care team.
  • Apply skills necessary for stabilization of patients in emergency situations.



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