Chuck B. Bauer

Adjunct Faculty

Allied Health

Classes Taught

Spring 2024

EMT104 Emergency Medical Technology 10 Credits

Designed as the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) lecture to prepare students for scope of practice and standard of care with comprehensive assessment, diagnostic technology, patient advocacy, ethical and professional behaviors, critical thinking, decision-making, and patient management of medical and trauma emergencies and non-emergencies.

Prerequisites: EMT101, or currnt validation in BLS HCP/PR) and (Accuplacer: 74/+, or Next Gen Accuplacer 249/+, or Asset 42/+, or Compass 83/+, or EDReady Critcl Readng & Thinkng 90/+, OR HS GPA 3.0/+, or Associate├é┬Žs Degree/hghr). Corequisites: EMT104AB.

Course Notes: Registration Information

1. Students must take the Reading Placement test and pass with a 10th grade reading score

2. The EMT program is offered as a cohort. Students must register for the following EMT101, EMT104, EMT104LL and EMT104AB classes, by adding each section to your Student Center Shopping Cart at the same time, prior to completing the registration process.

Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
26836
Downtown Center

Centennial Way Rm 420

In Person
Lecture
01/16/2024 - 05/10/2024
TuWe
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Class Started

Notes: Concurrent registration required in EMT101 28252, EMT104 26836 EMT104LL 28716 and EMT104AB 26838. For enrollment: complete the registration form linked here https://forms.gle/8vwD7nJWPN9qrty6A.

PME240 Pharmacology in Paramedicine 3 Credits

Designed to provide an overview of the pathophysiologic principles of pharmacology, pharmacologic agents in the Paramedic scope of practice, and the practice of medication administration. Develops psychomotor skills in the paramedic scope of practice through sequenced lab simulations. Prepares students to integrate comprehensive knowledge of the pathophysiologic principles of pharmacology and pharmacologic agents to formulate a differential diagnosis and to implement a management plan for medical emergencies and trauma.

Prerequisites: Admission into the Paramedic Education Program.

Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
28705
Downtown Center

DTC/Centennial Way

Hybrid
Lecture/Lab
01/16/2024 - 05/21/2024

Class Started

PME281 Paramedicine Clinical Practicum: Comprehensive 2 Credits

Designed as the precepted Paramedicine clinical practicum in which the student synthesizes standard of care and scope of practice with comprehensive assessment and diagnostic technology, patient advocacy, ethical and professional behaviors, critical thinking, decision-making, and patient management of medical emergencies and trauma in a clinical setting.

Prerequisites: Admission into the Paramedic Education Program.

Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
32605
Downtown Center

TBA

In Person
Lecture/Lab
01/18/2024 - 05/23/2024

Class Started

Notes: Closed Cohort: Students will be enrolled by faculty for these courses.

28703
Downtown Center

DTC/Centennial Way

Hybrid
Lecture/Lab
01/17/2024 - 05/17/2024

Class Started

Spring Flex Start 2024

EMT101 Basic Life Support/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Health Care Providers 0.5 Credits

Designed to provide the allied healthcare provider with the knowledge and skills to perform Basic Life Support (BLS) according to current guidelines for emergency cardiovascular care (ECC). Prerequisites: None.

Course Notes: Certification through American Heart Association (AHA). This is a Healthcare Provider level CPR course.

Previous certification or experience not required.

Registration Information

1. Students must take the Reading Placement test and pass with a 10th grade reading score

2. The EMT program is offered as a cohort. Students must register for the following EMT101, EMT104, EMT104LL and EMT104AB classes, by adding each section to your Student Center Shopping Cart at the same time, prior to completing the registration process.

Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
28252
Downtown Center

Centennial Way Rm 420

In Person
Lecture/Lab
02/05/2024 - 02/05/2024
Mo

Class Ended

Notes: Concurrent registration required in EMT101 28252, EMT104 26836 EMT104LL 28716 and EMT104AB 26838. For enrollment: complete the registration form linked here https://forms.gle/8vwD7nJWPN9qrty6A.

Class 28252 CPR will be delivered on 2/5/2024 as part of EMT 104LL 28716 and this class will be extended one hour.

EMT104AB Applied Practical Studies for Emergency Medical Technology 0.5 Credits

Simulation of actual emergency responses, with practical application of techniques and skills covered in EMT curricula. Scenario based learning applied to the techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and state curriculum. Practical application of anatomy, physiology, patient assessment, and treatment of medically or traumatically compromised patients, special hazards and medical operations. Also includes patient-assisted medication administration, semi-automatic external defibrillator and blood glucose monitoring. Students operate in outside, scenario based environments.

Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: EMT104.

Course Notes: Registration Information

1. Students must take the Reading Placement test and pass with a 10th grade reading score

2. The EMT program is offered as a cohort. Students must register for the following EMT101, EMT104, EMT104LL and EMT104AB classes, by adding each section to your Student Center Shopping Cart at the same time, prior to completing the registration process.

Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
26838
Downtown Center

Centennial Way Rm 420

In Person
Lab
04/19/2024 - 04/19/2024
Fr
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Open

6 of 24
Seats Available

Notes: Concurrent registration required in EMT101 28252, EMT104 26836 EMT104LL 28716 and EMT104AB 26838. For enrollment: complete the registration form linked here https://forms.gle/8vwD7nJWPN9qrty6A.

EMT104LL Emergency Medical Technology Practicum 2 Credits

Designed as the simulated Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) practicum in which the student synthesizes standard of care and scope of practice with comprehensive assessment and diagnostic technology, patient advocacy, ethical and professional behaviors, critical thinking, decision-making, and patient management of medical and trauma emergencies. Provides scenario based learning applied to the techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and state curriculum.

Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in EMT104 or permission of Instructor or Corequisites: EMT104.

Course Notes: Registration Information

1. Students must take the Reading Placement test and pass with a 10th grade reading score

2. The EMT program is offered as a cohort. Students must register for the following EMT101, EMT104, EMT104LL and EMT104AB classes, by adding each section to your Student Center Shopping Cart at the same time, prior to completing the registration process.

Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
28716
Downtown Center

Centennial Way Rm 420

In Person
Lab
01/22/2024 - 05/10/2024
Mo
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Class Started

Notes: Concurrent registration required in EMT101 28252, EMT104 26836 EMT104LL 28716 and EMT104AB 26838. For enrollment: complete the registration form linked here https://forms.gle/8vwD7nJWPN9qrty6A.

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