Modules covered throughout the three years provide an introduction to the basic theories underpinning the health sciences, and specialist teaching in subjects related to paramedic science.
The curriculum follows College of paramedics, HCPC, PEEP report recommendations and has taken influence from Keogh report. Practice placements form an integral part of the course and are completed in a range of clinical settings across the hospital and out of hospital arena
Practice placements form an integral part of the course and are completed in a range of ambulance and hospital clinical settings.
Once enrolled on the course, you can apply for student membership of the British Paramedic Association, the UK's paramedic professional body. This can be upgraded to full membership following graduation and registration with the Health Professions Council.
|Taught||Science for Paramedics|
|Taught||Introduction to Paramedic Clinical Care|
|Taught||Applied Clinical Care for Paramedics|
|Taught||Paramedic Practice 1|
|Taught||Applied Science for Paramedics|
|Taught||Paramedic Management of Acute and Critical Illness|
|Taught||Professional Practice 2|
|Taught||Assessment and Evaluation of Mental Health in the Pre-Hospital Setting|
|Taught||Paramedic Approach and Management of Hospital Avoidance|
|Taught||Transition to Paramedic Practice|
|Taught||Evidenced Based Practice for Paramedics|
|Taught||Paramedic Management of Minor Health Problems|
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