FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS PARPF-CT Paramedicine - Primary Care Paramedicine

Courses and Descriptions

CLIN-1002Clinical Rotation

This course provides clinical experience for students in a hospital or health care environment. The rotation is designed to place students with a clinical preceptor for developmental mentoring and contact exposure in various health related environments. Students will have exposure to the hospital and Paramedicine work environment with the aim of exposing students to patients who have entered the health delivery system, as well as to gain an appreciation for the roles of the different health related professions providing care. Rotation areas include shifts in labor and delivery, post-anaethesia care, respiratory therapy, pathology (for autopsy observation), mental health, ECG, and adult and pediatric emergency. Students will be expected to perform effectively as a paramedic team member in a limited role and exhibit professional conduct in the clinical setting while involved with patients and other health professionals.
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