EMT Intermediate Course
1999 DOT Curriculum
Refer to http://www.out-of-hospital.com/EMTintermediate/Index.htm for curriculum overview and clinical requirements.
Jim Upchurch MD, MA, CCEMTP
Refer to http://www.out-of-hospital.com/EMTintermediate/Index.htm for the tentative schedule.
809 N. Custer
v You will have weekly assignments via the Internet.
v You must have access to a computer that can handle multimedia training content.
v Your Internet Service Provider (ISP), especially the free email services, may limit the size of the email you can receive or send. If this becomes a problem, you will need to change to a commercial ISP for the duration of the course.
v The textbook (ISBN 0131136070) and workbook (ISNB 0131136399) for the Intermediate course is from Brady.
v You also need the AMLS textbook (ISBN 0131723405)
v Bring all books to class.
v Your precourse assignment between now and the first day of class:
Read Chapters 1 through 11 in the Intermediate textbook and
complete the workbook activities for the same chapters.
Read Chapter 1 in the AMLS book.
v Complete all assignments on time.
v Complete all clinical requirements according to prescribed timelines.
v Complete all written exams with a score of 80% or higher.
v Successfully complete all practical and skills exams.
v Maintain current ACLS, PHTLS (ALS), and PALS certification.