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Fall 2011 EMT Lectures

Fall 2011 EMT Lectures

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Emergency Care 
,Twelfth EditionLimmer• O’Keefe • Dickinson
Introduction to EmergencyIntroduction to EmergencyMedical CareMedical Care11
 
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Emergency Care 
,Twelfth EditionLimmer• O’Keefe • Dickinson
OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES
1.1
Define key terms introduced in this chapter. Slides16-18,26–27,42–44
1.2
Give an overview of the historical events leading tothe development of modern emergency medicalservices (EMS). Slides10–13,19
1.3
Describe the importance of each of the NationalHighway Traffic SafetyAdministration standards forassessing EMS systems. Slides14–18
1.4
Describe the components of an EMS system thatmust be in place for a patient to receive emergencymedical care. Slides21–27
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OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES
1.5
Compare and contrast the training andresponsibilities of EMRs, EMTs,AEMTs, andParamedics. Slides28–33
1.6
Explain each of the specific areas of responsibility forthe EMT. Slides28–29,31–33
1.7
Give examples of the physical and personality traitsthat are desirable for EMTs. Slides34–39
1.8
Describe various job settings that may be available toEMTs. Slide40
1.9
Describe the purpose of the National Registry ofEmergency Medical Technicians. Slide41
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Emergency Care 
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OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES
1.10
Explain the purpose of quality improvementprograms in EMS programs. Slides42–43
1.11
Explain EMTs’ role in the quality improvementprocess. Slides42–43
1.12
Explain medical direction as it relates to EMSsystems. Slide44
1.13
List ways in which research may influence EMTpractice. Slide45
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Emergency Care 
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OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES
1.14
Give examples of how EMS providers can play arole in public health. Slide46
1.15
Given scenarios, decide how an EMT maydemonstrate professional behavior. Slides29,32–  33,47
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Emergency Care 
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MULTIMEDIA
Slide 19 The Long and WindingRoad ofAmbulanceService VideoSlide 48 Emergency Medical Services for ChildrenVideo
 
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Emergency Care 
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The chain of human resources that formsthe EMS systemHow the public activates the EMS systemYour roles and responsibilities as an EMTThe process of EMS quality improvement(QI)
CORE CONCEPTS
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Emergency Care 
,Twelfth EditionLimmer• O’Keefe • Dickinson
TopicsTopics
The Emergency Medical Services SystemComponents of the EMS System
 
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Emergency Care 
,Twelfth EditionLimmer• O’Keefe • Dickinson
The Emergency MedicalThe Emergency MedicalServices SystemServices System