Courses and Descriptions

PRAC-3030Community Paramedicine Practicum Rotation

In this course, students will apply the concepts of Community Paramedicine to clinical practice in a variety of community-based patient care facilities. With direct supervision from an approved clinical preceptor, students will further develop interprofessional collaborative skills to manage continuity of care and resource allocation for patients with complex conditions. Students will have the opportunity to conduct assessments, create care plans, and facilitate care for patients in the community including vulnerable persons, mental health patients, substance abuse patients and geriatric patients. Students will be expected to perform effectively as a community paramedic team member in a limited role and exhibit professional conduct in the clinical setting while being involved with patients and other healthcare professionals.


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