FST3046 - EMS COMMUNICATIONS & IT
3 credit hours
Graduates will be able to apply and demonstrate the principles of EMS Communication requirements and constraints following an open-ended decision process involving tradeoffs and completing a synthesis and evaluation of the complexity of EMS Communications. Students will understand how the future of EMS Communication and IT will evolve into a seamless approach from the field to the emergency department.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Organize a final organizational matrix that is representative on the anatomy of Emergency Medical Communication.
- Demonstrate the communication role of Emergency Medical Service from field application to the emergency department.
- Identify the common terminology use by Emergency Medical Service technicians and paramedic's during emergency field operations.
- Evaluate the primary modes of Emergency Medical of EMS communications through various communications medians.
- Describe the role of call talker dispatcher as it applies to pre-hospital emergency medical care and formulating the constraints of data collection and the transfer electronic medical surveillance from the field to Physician in the Pre-Hospital environment.
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