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EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN - ( EMT )

C.C.R.I. COURSE CURRICULUM

SPRING 2016
FIRE 1130-102 TEXTBOOKS : Emergency Care Textbook 12th Ed. Revised, Brady
MON/WED/ 10 - FRI / 6:00 PM 10:00 PM
LECTURES - ROOM # 6062 Emergency Care Workbook 12th Ed., Brady
LABS - NURSING ROOM # 6560 BLS for Healthcare Providers ( A. H. A. )
1 TUESDAY; 1 SATURDAY
WARWICK CAMPUS

MINIMUM OF 10 HOURS OF RESCUE OBSERVATION TIME PLUS MINIMUM OF 5 PT. CONTACTS

Medical Director Department Chairperson of Nursing & Fire Science


Herbert J. Brennan, D.O. Jeanne S. McColl, MS, RN, CNE
RIEMS Licensed Instructor Coordinator Program Director - Fire Science
Ronald K. Gagne, Sr., B.S.B.A., A.A.S., NREMT-P Russell G. McGillivray, Jr.,MPA,LPN,MS,EMS,I/C

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LAB INSTRUCTORS
DONNAMARIE E. BAILEY R. N.
CHARLES CAMARA EMT-C
SCOTT D. CARON EMT-C, I/C
GABRIEL K. COTE EMT-C
JOY A. DELISLE R. N., NREMT-P
JOSEPH DeANGELIS NREMT-P
ALEXANDER R. GALINELLI EMT-C
SCOTT P. LESIUK EMT-C
RAYMOND M. MEDEIROS EMT-C, I/C
JAMES McLEROY NREMT-P
GREGG NOURY EMT-C
JOSEPH E. SIMAS EMT-C, I/C
WILLIAM A. SINGLETON EMT-C
CARRIE F. R. WEBSTER R. N.
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Preparatorv
Date: January 25, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 1, 2; Protocols iv
Lesson 1 (4 hours)

EMT Course Overview / Introduction to Emergency Medical Care / The Well-Being of the EMT:
EMT-Basic Course Orientation to include General Course Information, a review of the required RIEMS
Policies and Protocols, a review of the specific course policies and procedures as well as a course
overview. This session should also include an Introduction to Emergency Medical Care.
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Date: January 27, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapter 3, 4; Comfort One Protocol; Protocols
Lesson 2 (4 hours)

Medical, Legal, and Ethical Issues / Lifting and Moving Patients:


Explores the scope of practice, ethical responsibilities, advanced directives, consent, refusal,
abandonment, negligence, duty to act, confidentiality, and crime scenes. Additional information
regarding the Introduction to Emergency Medical Care should be provided during this session, Comfort
One Protocol and lifting and moving patients will be included.
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Date: February 1, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 5, 6, 7, 12
Lesson 3 (4 hours) QUIZ # 1 Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4

Anatomy & Physiology Terminology, Principles of Pathophysiology-Life Span Development:


A brief overview of the human body systems, anatomy, physiology and topographic anatomy. Include
medical terminology specific to the body systems covered in this lesson. It is expected that specific body
systems will be reviewed throughout the lectures of this training program. Life Span development.
Introduction to Vital signs.
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Airway / Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Date: February 3, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 8, 9; Protocols
Lesson 4 (4 hours)

Airway Management Lecture / Respiration and Artificial Ventilation:


Emphasis on airway anatomy and physiology, how to maintain an open airway, pulmonary resuscitation,
and the variations for infants and children. The use of airways, suction equipment, oxygen equipment to
include the use of EOA, King Airway, and nebulizers and delivery systems as well as resuscitation
devices will be discussed.
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Patient Assessment
Date: February 5, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 10, 11, 12
Lesson 5 (4 hours)

Scene Size-Up, Primary Assessment, Vital Signs & Monitoring Devices:


Emphasizes scene size up, primary assessment of the patient, and obtaining and maintaining vital signs as
well as the use of monitoring devices. Discussions pertaining to base line vital signs and a sample history
taking are to be included in this session.
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NOTE: February 7, 2016 NO REFUNDS OF TUITION OR FEES AFTER THIS DATE.
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Date: February 8, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
Lesson 6 (4 hours)

Assessment of the Trauma & Medical Pt., Reassessment, Critical Thinking & Decision Making,
Communication and Documentation:
Emphasizes the knowledge and skills to perform the initial assessment, discuss the priorities of patient
care, a detailed physical examination versus a formal physical examination and the ongoing assessment of
trauma and medical patients.
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Date: February 10, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 7 (4 hours)
QUIZ # 2 Chapters 8 & 9 S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C
J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
G. Cote, EMT-C
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P
R. Medeiros, EMT-C, I/C
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C

Airway Management, Respiration & Artificial Ventilation Practical Skills - LAB:


Provides supervised practice for students to develop psychomotor skills of airway management. Emphasis
will be placed on the principles and use of airways, suction equipment, and oxygen equipment to include
Ambu Bag, Pocket Mask, E.O.A., King airway, and Nebulizer and delivery systems as well as
resuscitation devices will be included in this session. These skills are expected to be reinforced
throughout the training program.
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Mecical Emergencies & Trauma


Date: February 12, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 18, 19, 20 ; Protocols
Lesson 8 (4 hours)

Medical Emergencies Part I - General Pharmacology, Respiratory and Cardiac Emergencies :


Review of the respiratory anatomy and physiology to include assessment of respiratory difficulty and
emergency medical care of respiratory emergencies. Includes instruction in RIEMS protocols and
medications. A review of the cardiovascular system, to include assessment of cardiovascular diseases.
Includes the emergency medical care of cardiovascular emergencies, RIEMS protocols and medication
administration with an emphasis on Aspirin, Nitroglycerin. Review of the nervous system and cerebral
vascular accidents to include assessment of stroke, emergency medical care for stroke patients, and
RIEMS protocols and medication administration.
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Date: February 15, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 21, 22, 23; Protocols
Lesson 9 (4 hours)

Medical Emergencies Part II - Diabetic & Altered Mental Status, Allergic Reactions, Poisoning
& Overdose Emergencies:
Review of the respiratory anatomy and physiology to include assessment of respiratory difficulty and
emergency medical care of respiratory emergencies. Includes instruction in RIEMS protocols and
medications. A review of the cardiovascular system, to include assessment of cardiovascular diseases.
Includes the emergency medical care of cardiovascular emergencies, RIEMS protocols and medication
administration with an emphasis on Aspirin, Nitroglycerin. Review of the nervous system and cerebral
vascular accidents to include assessment of stroke, emergency medical care for stroke patients, and
RIEMS protocols and medication administration.
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Date: February 17, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 10 (4 hours)
QUIZ # 3 Chapters 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 G. Cote, EMT-C
J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P
G. Noury, EMT-C
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C

Patient Assessment Practical Skills - LAB:


Re-emphasizes the knowledge and skills learned thus far to assure that the student has the
knowledge and the skills of assessment necessary to continue with the management of all
patients with specific medical conditions and traumatic injuries.
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Date: February 19 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT )

SNOW MAKE UP DATE OR FOR A CANCELLED CLASS DATE

ONLY IF NEEDED
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Date: February 22, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P

MANDATORY CLASS
AHA-BLS for Healthcare Providers; Student CD in back of CPR Book; Protocols
Lesson 11 (4 hours)

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation & Automated External Defibrillation (AED) - Manikin Practice:


Knowledge and skill development lecture - demonstration to include one-man CPR - 2-man CPR, infant
and child resuscitation, obstructed airway for adult, child and infant - risk factors - warning signs of heart
attack, stroke, and use of the Automated External Defibrillator.
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Date: February 24, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 12 (4 hours) G. Cote, EMT-C
MANDATORY CLASS J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
G. Noury, EMT-C
C.P.R. PRACTICAL AND WRITTEN EXAM R. Medeiros, EMT-C, I/C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation & Automated External Defibrillation (A.E.D.) - LAB


Manikin Practice. One-man CPR (adult, child, and infant), 2-person CPR (adult and child), obstructed
airway (adult, child, and infant) and Automated External Defibrillation (AED). These skills need to be
reinforced throughout the training program, with a written and psychomotor skills evaluation, and
successfully completed prior to the end of the training program.
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Date: February 26, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 24, 26, 29; Protocols
Lesson 13 (4 hours)

Chest & Abdominal Trauma, and Genitalia / Hematologic and Renal Emergencies:
Review the anatomy and physiology of the chest, abdomen, digestive system, and genitourinary system
including the mechanism of injury, signs and symptoms of injury, and assessment; to include dressing and
bandaging of the chest and abdomen.
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Date: February 29, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 14 (4 hours)
QUIZ # 4 Chapters 17, 18, 19
J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
R. Medeiros, EMT-C, I/C
G. Noury, EMT-C
G. Cote, EMT-C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P

Trauma Practical Skills - LAB I:


All skills learned thus far with an emphasis on the knowledge required and the skills needed to perform a
Trauma & Medical Patient Assessment, CPR, and Airway Management. RI EMS Protocols, and the
appropriate medications i.e. Ana-Kit, Epi-pen, Subcutaneous Injections, Inter Muscular Injections, and
Intra Nasal.
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Date: March 2, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 15 ( 4 hours) R. Medeiros, EMT-C, I/C
QUIZ # 5 Chapters 20, 21, 22, 23 J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P

Head and Spine - LAB:


Review anatomy of the nervous system and the skeletal system. Injuries to the spine and head will include
mechanism-of-injury, signs and symptoms of injury, and assessment. Emergency medical care, including
the use of cervical immobilization devices, KED, long boards, helmet removal, and infant and child
immobilizations will also be demonstrated.
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Date: March 4, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapter 30, 31; Protocol
Lesson 16 (4 hours)

Musculoskeletal Trauma / Trauma to the Head, Neck, and Spine:


Reviews the musculoskeletal system to include definitions of types of fractures and dislocations, signs
and symptoms of fractures, dislocations and sprains, principles and techniques of immobilizing injuries of
the upper extremities using splints, sling and swart. Emergency medical care, including the use of
cervical immobilization devices, KED, short and long boards, helmet removal, and infant and child
considerations will also be discussed.
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Date: March 7, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 17 (4 hours) G. Cote, EMT-C
J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C

Musculoskeletal Care Part I - LAB:


Discusses the signs and symptoms of fractures and dislocations of the pelvis, hips, and lower extremities,
and also the principles and techniques of immobilizing injuries of the pelvis, hips, and lower extremities
including the use of the Traction Splint
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Date: March 9, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 18 (4 hours) J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P
R. Medeiros, EMT-C, I/C
G. Noury, EMT-C
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C

Evaluation - LAB:
Can be used as practice or to evaluate the psychomotor skill development of a student. This includes an
emphasis on the knowledge and skills required of all practical skill stations covered to date.
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Date: March 11, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 25, 33; Protocol
Lesson 19 (4 hours)

Behavioral Emergency Care / Environmental Emergencies:


Covers the emotional aspects of emergency care, stress management, introduction to Critical Incident
Stress Management (CISM). Consideration when dealing with special patients; elderly, handicapped,
psychologically distressed patients displaying abnormal behavior, and substance abuse patients. Explores
dealing with death and dying and the emotional aspects of SIDS patients. Emphasizes the assessment and
emergency medical care of heat and cold exposure. Information on aquatic emergencies and bites and
stings will be included.
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Date: March 14, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 27, 28; Protocols
Lesson 20 (4 hours) QUIZ # 6 Chapters 24, 25, 26

Bleeding and Shock, Soft Tissue Trauma / Burns:

Review the cardiovascular system, describe the care of a patient with either internal and/or external
bleeding, the signs and symptoms of shock are to include the recognition of the signs and symptoms and
the emergency care for an allergic reaction, and the emergency medical care for shock. Students are
introduced to the Pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment (P.A.S.G.). RI EMS Protocols. Reviewing the anatomy
and physiology of the skin and the management of soft tissues injuries and burns. Techniques of dressing
and bandaging are to be taught in this lesson.
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Date: March 16, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 21 (4 hours) J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
QUIZ # 7 Chapters 27, 28, 29 G. Cote, EMT-C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C

Traumatic Practical Skills LAB II:


Emphasizes the principles of immobilization, the knowledge to conduct an assessment and manage
patients with traumatic injuries to include bandaging, splinting, use of traction splint, wire splint, padded
board and pneumatic air splints.
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YOU CAN START YOUR RESCUE OBSERVATION
RIDE AND/OR HOSPITAL OBSERVATION TIME NOW
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Infants & Children & Geriatric Patients


Date: March 18, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald K. Gagne, Sr.NREMT-P
Chapters 35, 36, 37; Protocols
Lesson 22 (4 hours)
MIDTERM REVIEW
Pediatric Emergencies, Geriatric Emergencies, Patients with Special Challenges:
Presents information concerning the development and anatomical differences in infants and children,
discuss common medical and trauma situations. Discuss special needs of Geriatric patients. Also discuss
patients with special challenges.
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MARCH 19 25, 2016 - SPRING VACATION


NO CLASSES
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MARCH 26 27, 2016 - EASTER RECESS


NO CLASSES
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Evaluations I
Date: March 28, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Midterm I Lesson 23 (4 hours)
Midterm Written Exam: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Midterm Practical I: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

MIDTERM EXAMINATION PART I


On Chapters 1-29 Name & Level of Instructors:
G. Cote, EMT-C
J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P

Midterm Written and Practical Exam I:


This is to evaluate the knowledge and psychomotor skill development of the students. This includes an
emphasis on the knowledge and skill of all practical skill stations covered to date.
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Date: March 30, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Midterm II Lesson 24 (4 hours)
Midterm Practical II: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

MIDTERM EXAMINATION PART II


Name & Level of Instructors:
J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
G. Cote, EMT-C
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P

Midterm Exam II:


A continuation of the psychomotor skills from Midterm I testing. This is to evaluate the psychomotor
skill development of students. This includes an emphasis on the knowledge and skill of all practical skill
stations covered to date.
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Date: April 1, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 38, 39
Lesson 25 (4 hours)

EMS Operations, Hazard Materials, Multiple Casualty Incidents, Incident Management:


Overview of the knowledge needed to function in the pre-hospital environment to include responding to a
call, emergency vehicle operations, transferring patients, and the phases of an ambulance call.
Documentation of RIEMS Ambulance Rescue Run Report Form, and the components of a
communication system, radio communication, communications with medical direction, verbal
communication, interpersonal communication, and quality improvement will be discussed. Also discussed
are mass casualty incidents and Incident Management.
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Date: April 4, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapter 41; RI Protocol Appendix I
Lesson 26 (4 hours)
MANDATORY CLASS
EMS Response to Terrorism: Introduces the major WMD agents and describes situation/scenarios
where these agents could be encountered. Introduce the RI Major Incident Protocol. Discuss
management of major incident scenes and the EMTs role in patient triage, evacuation, decontamination,
care, and transportation. Discuss medical management of patients exposed to various types of WMD
agents. Introduce BLS Major Incident medications, including administration of the Duo-Dote antidote
auto injector with atropine and Pam 2.
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Date: April 6, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapter 41; RI Protocol Appendix I
Lesson 27 (4 hours)
MANDATORY CLASS
Name & Level of Instructors:
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C
J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
G. Cote, EMT-C
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P
R. Medeiros, EMT-C, I/C

EMS Response to Terrorism Practical Skills Lab, PPE and Auto-Injectors: Demonstrate
appropriate donning and doffing Level C PPE, including use of Positive Air-Purifying Respirator
(PARR), Class III Bio-hazard suit. Cover limitations of Level C PPE. Practice in the practical skills of
administration of the Duo-Dote antidote auto injector with atropine and Pam 2.
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NOTE: April 7, 2016

LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW FROM A CLASS TO RECEIVE A GRADE OF W.


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Date: April 8, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT )

SNOW MAKE UP DATE OR FOR A CANCELLED CLASS DATE

ONLY IF NEEDED
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Date: April 11, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Lesson 28 (4 hours)
MANDATORY CLASS
STATE PROTOCOLS CPR QUIZ

Trauma Score Training / Patient Assessment / Situation Review:


Discusses the Revised Trauma Score and allow for student practice. Review Mass casualty and Triage
criteria to include the use of the triage tag systems. Emphasis on knowledge and skills required to perform
Patient Assessment, CPR, Airway management, or any other skills identified by the instructor as needing
re-emphasis.
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Date: April 13, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 29 (4 hours) S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C
J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C
G. Noury, EMT-C
G. Cote, EMT-C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P

Trauma Practical Skills LAB II:


Practice of all skills learned to date with emphasis on the knowledge required and the skills to perform:
KED, Long board, CPR, Airway Management, Traction Splint, Pneumatic Anti Shock Garment
(P.A.S.G.), and both Medical and Trauma Patient Assessments.
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Date: April 15, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapter 34; Protocol
Lesson 30 (4 hours)

Obstetrics & Gynecology Emergencies:


Review the anatomy and physiological changes that occur during pregnancy differentiate between normal
and abnormal deliveries, care of the neonate, review signs and symptoms of common gynecological
emergencies. SIDS
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Extrication / Gaining Access / Multi System Trauma /
Highway Safety
Date: April 18, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Chapters 32, 40
Lesson 31 (4 hours) MANDATORY CLASS QUIZ # 9B on Chapter 34

Multi-System Trauma / Highway Safety & Vehicle Extrication:


Provides the EMT-Basic student with an overview of rescue operations to include the roles and
responsibilities at a crash scene, equipment, gaining access, and removing the patient. Reinforces
information on hazardous materials, incident management systems, mass casualty, and basic triage.
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Date: April 20, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 32 (4 hours) J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
QUIZ # 9 Chapters 34, 35, 36, 37 G. Cote, EMT-C
G. Noury, EMT-C
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P

Lifting and Moving Patients Practical Skills - LAB:


Emphasis on the knowledge of body mechanics, lifting and carrying techniques, principles of moving
patients, and an overview of equipment. Practical skills of lifting and moving are required during this
session.
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Date: April 22, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT )

SNOW MAKE UP DATE OR FOR A CANCELLED CLASS DATE

ONLY IF NEEDED
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Date: April 23, 2016 ( SATURDAY ) Name & Level of Instructors:


Lesson 33 (4 hours) MANDATORY CLASS G. Noury, EMT-C
AFTERNOON SESSION - 12:00 NOON - 4:00 PM J. Deangelis, NREMT-P
R. Medeiros, EMT-C, I/C
GLOVES AND EYE PROTECTION RECOMENDED
NO OPEN TOE FOOTWEAR ALLOWED
Extrication Practical Skills Auto Extrication - LAB:
Emphasizes the knowledge and skills required to perform Patient Assessment, CPR, Airway
Management, Pneumatic Anti Shock Garment (P.A.S.G.), Traction Splint, spinal immobilization (KED
and Long board), bandaging and splinting. Can be used as situation review or practical lab session(s).
Students should be given the opportunity to perform these skills, including the actual removal of patients
from vehicles.
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Date: April 25, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 34 (4 hours) G. Cote, EMT-C
QUIZ # 8 Chapters 30, 31, 32, 33 G. Noury, EMT-C
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C
J. Deangelis, NREMT-P
Musculoskeletal Care Part II - LAB: J. McLeroy, NREMT-P
Completion of the overview of the human body systems, anatomy physiology, and topographic
anatomy. Include medical terminology specific to the body systems covered in this lesson. As
previously stated, it is expected that specific body systems will be reviewed throughout the
lectures of this training program.
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Date: April 27, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 35 (4 hours) G. Cote, EMT-C
QUIZ # 10 Chapters 38, 39, 40, 41 J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C
J. Deangelis, NREMT-P
G. Noury, EMT-C
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P

Medical Emergencies Part II - LAB:


Review the assessment of altered level of consciousness, emergency medical care of a patient with altered
mental status, diabetes, RIEMS protocols and medication administration for altered mental status, and
diabetes with an emphasis on Glucagon. Recognition of the signs and symptoms of poisoning and
overdose. Emergency medical care for poison or overdose to include RIEMS protocols and medication
administration with an emphasis on activated charcoal.
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Date: April 29, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 36 (4 hours) G. Cote, EMT-C
R. Medeiros, EMT-C, I/C

Open LAB:
This class includes all materials discussed to date.
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Date: May 2, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 37 (4 hours) J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P

Evaluation LAB:
Can be used as practice or to evaluate the psychomotor skill development of a student. This includes an
emphasis on the knowledge and skills required of all practical skill stations covered to date.
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Date: May 4, 2016 WEDNESDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 38 (4 hours) J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. McLeroy, NREMT-P
S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C

Evaluation LAB:
Can be used as practice or to evaluate the psychomotor skill development of a student. This includes an
emphasis on the knowledge and skills required of all practical skill stations covered to date.
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YOUR 10 HOURS OF RESCUE OBSERVATION RIDE TIME
YOUR MEDICAL FORMS
YOUR I.C.S. 100.b, 200.b & 700.a
YOUR BLUE SHEETS
MUST BE COMPLETED AND TURNED IN
BEFORE YOU CAN TAKE YOUR FINAL PRACTICALS
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Date: May 6, 2016 ( FRIDAY NIGHT ) Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 39 (4 hours)
MAKE UP NIGHT R. Medeiros, EMT-C, I/C
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C

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Evaluation II
Date: May 9, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructors:
Lesson 40 (4 hours) G. Cote, EMT-C
J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C
G. Noury, EMT-C
J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P

Course Review - LAB:


Review the course contents by either group discussion or situation review.
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Date: May 10, 2016 ( TUESDAY ) Name & Level of Instructors:


Lesson 41 (4 hours)
10 G. Cote, EMT-C
10 G. Noury, EMT-C
10 J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P
10 J. Simas, EMT-C, I/C

Date: May 11, 2016 ( WEDNESDAY ) 11 J. DeAngelis, NREMT-P


Lesson 42 (4 hours) 11 G. Cote, EMT-C
11 G. Noury, EMT-C
11 S. Caron, EMT-C, I/C

FINAL PRACTICAL SKILLS EXAMINATION


A comprehensive examination to include all aspects of the practical skills required too function as an EMT.
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Date: May 16, 2016 MONDAY Name & Level of Instructor: Ronald Gagne, NREMT-P
Lesson 43 (4 hours)

START TIME 5:00 PM

FINAL WRITTEN EXAMINATION


A comprehensive written examination to include all the aspects of the National EMT Curriculum.
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