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

Courses and Descriptions

PRAT-1003Practicum Rotation

This course provides field practicum experience for students. The rotation is designed to place students with qualified Paramedic preceptors in the pre-hospital workplace for developmental mentoring, assessment of skills, and integration of knowledge at the entry to practice level of competency. Students will have exposure to the Paramedicine work environment and provide supervised care to obtain the confidence and skills integration essential to paramedic practice. The Primary Care Paramedic in their practicum rotation will be able to gather patient information, assess patients' conditions, and initiate necessary medical interventions in a fluid, integrated, and timely manner. They will be expected to perform effectively as a Paramedic team member and exhibit professional conduct at the work place and while involved with patients and other health professionals.
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