Program Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes
K1 Describe the roles and responsibilities within the EMS system and out-of- hospital environment.
K2Define the general concepts of assessment and management of emergency patients in pre- hospital settings.
K3Outline the pathophysiological principles of pharmacology and the field impression of its pharmacologic management plan in hospital & pre- hospital settings.
K4Describe pathophysiological, physiological, anatomical, psychological, and sociological changes of human development for all ages.
S1Participate in scientific research, community, and interprofessional activities related to emergency medical services.
S2Conduct life-saving tasks for medical and trauma patients as a paramedic within out-of- hospital environment.
S3Evaluate field impression, and treatment plan for the medical, pediatric, neonatal, and trauma patients in pre- hospital environment.
S4Evaluate the need for medications and diagnostic tools of the patient that requires immediate treatment and apply the appropriate intervention within out-of- hospital environment.
V1Demonstrate leadership and teamwork skills and ethical consideration for accomplishing common goals in pre- hospital settings.
V2Show confidence and self-sufficiency for further enhancement of knowledge and clinical skills training as paramedics to ensure patient’s safety in hospital or out- of- hospital settings.