PEM163C: Integration Lab III

Paramedic Emergency Medicine
Credits 2 Lab/Practicum/Clinical Hours 4 Lecture Hours 0
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Summative, scenario-driven course designed to challenge team leadership skills and solidify clinical decision-making. Emphasis will be placed on paramedic assessment, diagnostic skills, and treatment aims/outcomes. Students will draw from the knowledge and interventions learned in PEM 201C.


Students are required to pass prerequisite courses with a grade of C or higher. Exceptions apply; please consult your department chair.

All first-year PEM courses 

Corequisite Courses
  • Demonstrate the assessment, formulation of field diagnosis, development of treatment plans, and the implementation of EMS-related procedures/interventions across the spectrum of special populations.
  • Demonstrate successful performance of the National Registry Oral Station relating to special populations.
  • Successfully obtain AHA Pediatric Advanced Life Support certification.
  • Demonstrate an appropriate affect when interacting with faculty, staff, peers, and simulated patients.
  • Demonstrate mastery of knowledge as required by the National EMS Educational Standards.