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Clinical Decision Making for Paramedics | PS602Y | Level 6 | Credits 30 | 2019/20
03/09/2019 | Intake Closed
03/09/2019, 10/09/2019, 18/09/2019, 25/09/2019, 01/10/2019, 08/10/2019, 05/11/2019 (Exam)
** Applications will ordinarily close 21 days before start date of a course.


This module aims to further develop your understanding of the knowledge base, skills and factors that all contribute towards effective clinical decision making.

The module is designed to allow students to explore the theories that underpin effective decision making in the clinical setting. A patient centred approach will be used to explore the knowledge base and factors that can influence decision making in paramedic practice.


Who is this module for?

Students should be registered paramedics with experience of working in the emergency, out of hospital care setting.


Poster presentation with oral defence and online learning portfolio.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Critically apply models and frameworks of decision making to clinical practice
  2. Discuss the legal, professional and ethical dimension of decision making in paramedic practice
  3. Evaluate the evidence base that supports clinical decision making in paramedic practice
  4. Critically discuss factors that impact upon paramedics making decisions
  5. Critically reflect upon their own practice to enhance their decision making ability.
  6. Communicate an evidence based proposal to enhance paramedic practice




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Course Leader
Name: Matt Thomas

Self Funding: £1690.00

*Trust Commissioning and Trust Non-contract funding same price as above

Mode of Delivery
Classrooms and blended learning
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