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

Courses and Descriptions

PARA-1019Pharmacology Theory

This course is designed to introduce pharmacology as it applies to a Primary Care Paramedic. Students will be introduced to the topics of drug nomenclature and profiling, legal issues, pharmaco-kinetics, pharmaco-dynamics, medication administration, and dosage calculation. Specific focus will be on medications a PCP will be responsible for administering in the pre-hospital field of medicine. Time will also be devoted to commonly prescribed medications which patients may be using. This knowledge will assist students in the process of integrating pharmacological interventions with the patients' existing medication regime. Students will have a series of labs for skills instruction to complement the classroom theory.

Entrance Requirements

Please review the Full Time Paramedic Program Admissions Requirements to ensure you are eligible to enter the program. http://me.rrc.mb.ca/Catalogue/ProgramInfo.aspx?ProgCode=PARPF-CT&DescriptionType=13&RegionCode=WPG

Prerequisites

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