The purpose of this exercise is to look at social media posts from the perspective of the writer and the reader. You will also have the opportunity to discuss depression and suicide in EMS providers at the end of the exercise.
Dynamic Learning Exercises
Tried and true active learning exercises spanning the entire EMT curriculum. Whether you want your students to learn A&P, truly understand assessment, or apply their knowledge to medical and trauma emergencies, these exercises are for you.
This exercise is designed to help your students make decisions about how and when to administer oxygen. Everyone wants a set “rule” but the AHA guidelines are combined with clinical judgment on a patient-by-patient basis.
Review important pathophysiological terms, descriptions and causes of the types of shock, and pathophysiological reasons for shock symptoms.
Review key points of the scene survey and primary assessment. Know where to focus with patient history and physical examination.
The purpose of this exercise is to help students understand the patient refusal process better as well as learning some of the affective concepts of dealing with patients.
In this exercise students use the START Triage system to classify a variety of patients.
Introduces the student to the EMS system and the role of the EMT in that system.
Help students think logically about radio reports. Two radio reports are presented in segments for the students to reassemble.
Helps students read, interpret and correctly answer an NREMT question.
Reinforce the students’ knowledge of four common respiratory conditions and their signs and symptoms. Conditions included are COPD, asthma, heart failure, and pneumonia.