FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS PAPRF-DP Paramedicine - Primary Care Paramedicine

Courses and Descriptions

PARA-3010Multiorgan Emergency Management 2

In this course, students will explore theoretical concepts related to the interpretation of signs and symptoms that a patient would present as well as management of diseases, illness and injuries involving the eyes, ears, nose, and throat (EENT), the immune system and environmentally related conditions. Additionally, students will learn about the geriatric population and illness, diseases and management of conditions specific to them. Students will receive a brief review of related anatomy and physiology and then will examine how diseases within these areas manifest and the resulting functional changes. In addition, students will examine patient assessment, and prehospital management of various conditions relevant to a Primary Care Paramedic.


PARA-2007, PARA-2008, PARA-2009, PARA-2010 (minimum grade of C+ required) and PARA-2053
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