The Certificate of Clinical Practice: Improving education for the Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

Samantha Sheridan, Ahmed Al Hajeri, Alan Batt, Brian Haskins, Fergal Cummins, Joseph Acker, James Domingo

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Abstract

Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are trained basic life support emergency care providers. A standard curriculum for EMT education includes patient assessment skills in addition to a variety of patient care and management skills. National Ambulance LLC provide EMT trained personnel for care and transportation of patients in various service areas.A variety of EMT curricula exist around the world, including the Irish Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council EMT Standard and the US National Highway Safety Transportation Authority EMT Standard. National Ambulance LLC sought to answer the question what is the “leading practice” design for an EMT education syllabus, and how can the standard syllabus be improved?
Original languageEnglish
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2015
EventParamedics Australasia International Conference - Adelaide, NSW, Australia, Australia
Duration: 02 Oct 201503 Oct 2015

Conference

ConferenceParamedics Australasia International Conference
CountryAustralia
Period02/10/1503/10/15

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    Sheridan, S., Al Hajeri, A., Batt, A., Haskins, B., Cummins, F., Acker, J., & Domingo, J. (2015). The Certificate of Clinical Practice: Improving education for the Emergency Medical Technician - Basic. Poster session presented at Paramedics Australasia International Conference, Australia. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.3710.6325