April 5th, 2017 to April 6th, 2017All Day
Massachusetts Bay Community College in Framingham, Massachusetts
The Poor Man’s Guide to Moulage (8 CE credits)
This eight-hour workshop is designed to aid the instructor in creating realistic moulage and scenes without costing a fortune.
Objectives: After this session, the participant will be able to:
Credits: 8 Credits in Instructional Techniques
|8:00-8:10||Introduction: Instructors, Participants, Objectives|
|8:10-8:40||Principles of Moulage: What is it?, Do’s & Don’ts, Principles.|
|8:40-9||Sources of Moulage: Commercial, Home-made.|
|9:10-9:50||Props: Types, Sources, Costs|
|Lunch||Question and Answers|
|1:00-4||Practical Excercise Continued|
Portfolio Update and Implementation (4 CE credits)
This four-hour session has been developed to aid the program director and faculty of a paramedic program in understanding the Portfolio requirement developed by the National Registry and aid with implementing this portion of their program.
Credits: 2 Credits in Instructional Techniques, 1 Credit in Measurement Evaluation, 1 Credit in Educational Administration.
The Patient is Loaded for Transport. Now What? (4 CE credits)
This four-hour workshop is designed to help participants prepare their students for what to do, say, and act after providing care at the scene and loading the patient for transportation. We will look at hard skills such as reassessment, and soft skills such as therapeutic communications. The class format will be a combination of lecture, discussion, and role playing. Useful handouts will also be provided.
Credits: 4 Credits in Instructional Techniques.