By Course Code:ACCT AINV ALLH AQUA ARTH ARTS AUDV AVAT BIOH BIOL BIOT BLAR BLCN BLOC BLSV BMED BMSC BOTN BUSN CHEM CHIR CNSL COIS COIT COMM COMT CQUN CREA CULT DGTL DNCE DRMA ECOM ECON EDCU EDEC EDED EDEL EDFE EDHE EDSE EDVT ENAC ENAE ENAG ENAM ENAR ENCO ENEA ENEC ENEE ENEG ENEM ENEP ENEV ENIM ENMG ENML ENMM ENPG ENPO ENRG ENSD ENSE ENTA ENTC ENTE ENTG ENTI ENTM ENTZ ENVH ENVR ESSC EVST FAHE FARM FILM FINC FSEH GENE GEOG GEOH GOVP HIST HLPB HLTH HLTP HMGT HMSC HRMT HUMT IEXC INDG JALC JAPN JAZZ JOUR LAWS LITR LNGC LNGE LOTE MARN MATH MBIO MDWF MEDI MEDS MGMT MMST MNTR MQPR MRKT MUSC NHLT NHPE NURS NUTR OCCT OCHS OLTC ORAL PERF PHRM PHYG PHYS PMSC PODI PPMP PROP PSIO PSYC RAIL RELG SAFE SCIE SKIL SOCL SOWK SPCH SREC STAT SWHS THTR TOUR VART WELF WRIT ZOOL
PMSC12003 Special Populations in Paramedic Practice
Students will develop an understanding of the need to adapt paramedic practice for special populations. At the completion of this course the student will be able to effectively integrate pathophysiological principles and assessment findings to manage the treatment of the obstetric patient, neonate, paediatric, mental health and elderly patients. Knowledge and skills will be developed through a series of coursework and practical exercises. Distance education (FLEX) students will be required to have access to a computer to make frequent use of internet resources.
Course at a glance
|Requisites:||Pre requisite: PMSC12001 Procedures and Skills in Paramedic Care|
|Student Contribution Band:||2|
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