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EMS 2895 - Paramedic Capstone

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The capstone is the culmination of the didactic and lab portion of the course. The candidate is required to obtain 50 successful team leads in a live environment with a preceptor evaluating their performance in the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective realm. The candidate will be pursuing team leads and exposure to different types of calls and skills required to become a successful entry-level paramedic. They must also participate in a classroom-driven National Registry (NREMT) preparation, including further didactic reviews to prepare the candidate for testing. Paramedic students will accomplish prescribed clinical hours in keeping with the highest national standard. Paramedic Capstone students will be expected to attend 32 hours of lecture and 238 hours of clinical experience.

Prerequisite: Grade of “B-” or higher in EMS 2800  
(32 hrs lec, 238 hrs cln)



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