b'EMS 1525 - Practicum IIEMS 2314 - MedicalCredit(s): 2 Emergencies of the Credit(s): 5Secondary AssessmentKnowledge of operational roles and responsibilities to ensure safe patient, A continuation of EMS 1514.Usingpublic, and personnel safety. (2, 2, 0) Credit(s): 4 supervised rotations in a definitive care setting, the students will continueEMS 2934 - Paramedic This course will integrate patient to develop assessment and treatmentassessment and assessment findingsCapstone skills.The student will transition towith principles of epidemiology and field experience upon achievingpathophysiology across the lifespan. Credit(s): 4 competencies in the definitive careAt the conclusion of this course, the setting.Prerequisite: EMS 1514(5, 9student will be able to formulate aThis course serves as a capstone clinical, 6 field) .field impression and implement aexperience course at the end of the comprehensive treatment/dispositionParamedic Program.This course will EMS 1713 - Concepts ofplan for a patient with a medicalinclude the following topics: special Neurological Medicinecomplaint.(4, 3, 2)needs patient populations, EMS research, principles of public health, Credit(s): 3EMS 2566 - Practicum IIIintegration of leadership, and emerging roles in EMS.It will also This course consists of the theory,serve as a comprehensive review of Credit(s): 6the program.This course will provide anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, and treatmentsthe student with a final opportunity to Under the supervision of an approvedincorporate their cognitive knowledge associated with conditions of theprogram preceptor, the student will nervous system.This includesand psychomotor skills through continue to apply the conceptscumulative practical skill evaluations conditions related to structure anddeveloped in the didactic, laboratory, those associated with organic andand a comprehensive Final and clinical settings to the care ofExamination.(4, 2, 4) non- organic brain disease.Changespatients in the environment of EMS.in the lifespan will be included.It isPrerequiste:EMS 1525 (6, 9 clinical, also a laboratory experience designed9 field)EMT 1117 - Emergency to give psychomotor experience to theMedical Technician (EMT) theoretical concepts developed in theEMS 2715 - Concepts of lecture. (3, 2, 2)Credit(s): 7 Traumatic MedicineEMS 1913 - Concepts ofThis course includes responsibilities Reproductive MedicineCredit(s): 5of the EMT during each phase of an ambulance run, patient assessment, This course will develop the basis foremergency medical conditions, Credit(s): 3the pathophysiology, identification, appropriate emergency care, and and treatment of traumaticappropriate procedures form This course consists of the theory,emergencies including coverage of anatomy, physiology,transporting patient. (7,4,3) concepts related to trauma systems pathophysiology, and treatmentsand shock management.These associated with conditions of theconcepts will be examined in patientsEnglish (ENG) reproductive system.The courseacross the life span.It also includes includes care of the newborn as partthe trauma laboratory experience isENG 0111 - English and of the concepts in reproductivedesigned to give psychomotor medicine.Changes in the lifespanReading Lab 1 experience to the theoretical concepts will be included.It is also adeveloped in the lecture.(5, 3, 4) laboratory experience designed toCredit(s): 1 give psychomotor experience to theEMS 2912 - Concepts of theoretical concepts developed in theOpportunity to provide supplemental lecture.(3, 2, 2)EMS Operationsinstruction/practice/support in a structures lab environment. (1,0,2) 299'