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Paramedic Science Roadshow 2010

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  • 1. St George’s Student Mentors
  • 2. Here’s a definition: “ Paramedicine is the delivery of medical care to patients in emergency situations outside of a medical facility“ So how do paramedics get to an emergency?
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • Ability to react quickly
    • Independent decision making
    • Problem solving skills
    • Team work skills
    • Communication skills
    • Physical fitness
    • Ability to stay calm under pressure
    • Driving license
  • 5. What are the following items called and what do paramedics use them for? LARYNGOSCOPE
  • 6. SPINAL BOARD
  • 7. DEFIBRILATOR
  • 8.
    • Station 1: Basic Life Support
    • Station 2: Wound Care and Bandaging
    • Station 3: Observations
    Experience some of the challenges of being a paramedic and learn the skills to help!
  • 9. You’ll be working in a people-focused profession You will be saving lives on a regular basis Paramedics earn between £19,000 - £40,000 Every day is different You can work in any ambulance service within the UK Work as part of a team
  • 10. 5 GCSEs at grades A*-C including English and Maths OR
    • Higher Education Course in Paramedic Science
    • Need further study to get in
    • 2 year foundation degree
    • Can earn whilst you study
    • Become a student paramedic
    • You’ll need a driving license
    • Full time job
    • Qualify in 3 years
    • Assessments as you train
  • 11. 200 UCAS points A-levels : Must be in science subjects, at least 1 full science A-level, grades A-C BTEC : Healthcare subjects will be considered Driving License Manual license at start of course, C1 classification during/before Work Experience Will help your application and inform your choices For more information contact us on: Tel: 020 8725 2333 Email: enquiries@sgul.ac.uk