Emergency Medical Science - Immediate Care

University College Dublin

 

Course Name Emergency Medical Science - Immediate Care
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code X425
Course Type Postgraduate
Qualifications
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Masters (Level 9 NFQ)  More info... Major National University of Ireland Level 9 NFQ
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Attendance Options Full time, Part time, Evening, Weekend
Location (Districts) Belfield
Qualification Letters MSc
Application Date Apply
Applications are processed via www.ucd.ie/apply (see "Application Weblink" below).
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Duration 2 years full-time.

Year 1 Attendance
Year 1, Semester One:
Approximately seven Thursdays 2pm-7pm, and two Saturdays 10am-3pm.

Year 1, Semester Two:
Approximately seven Thursdays 2pm-7pm, and two Saturdays 10am-3pm.
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Entry Requirements

Expand+• Applications are invited from registered medical practitioners and other registered healthcare providers whose role involves pre-hospital emergency care.

• After initial assessment of your application, you may be invited to attend for inter...

Comment UCD CENTRE FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SCIENCE
Centre of excellence for research, development and training in pre-hospital emergency care.

Further information at http:www/ucd.ie/centreems
Course Content

Expand+MSc Emergency Medical Services (Immediate Care).

• A child starts to seize in the waiting room …
• During an out-of-hours call, a man in his 60’s has a cardiac arrest …
• On your drive to work, a cyclist is knocked down and has a s...

Subjects Taught Year 1:
Semester 1: Autumn
Module 1: Prehospital Emergency Care – IC 15 credits
Module 2: EMS Therapeutics - IC 15 credits

Semester 2: Spring
Module 3: Cardiac & Trauma Care- IC 15 credits

Year 2:
Semester 1: Autumn:
Clinical Placement – IC 15 credits

Year 2:
Semester 2: Spring:
Minor Thesis 30 credits

Total ECTS Credits: 90 credits.
Assessment Method • Continuous and end of Module assessments will involve MCQ, short answer, OSCE and Project components.

• In year 2, assessment will include supervised clinical practice and submission of a minor thesis by primary research.
Number of Credits 30
Further Enquiries Ms Eileen Bradish,
Programme Manager,
e: centre.ems@ucd.ie
t: 01 716 6641
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