Open Campus - EMT Dual Enrollment

Welcome EMT Dual Enrollment Students:

The faculty at Northshore Technical Community College hope this finds you all well and responsibly exercising good hand and respiratory hygiene practices and social distancing. In an effort to keep the learning process on track and make your certification testing successful NTCC is offering you the ability to continue this program online.

Create a free account at Boundtree University: https://www.boundtree.com/university/free-online-ceus

Step 1 – Register your name, email address, and create a password.  Please write this information down or create something you will remember.  We will do several topics on this site. 

Step 2 – The next page it asks for your experience.  Click skip

Step 3 – Click complete registration

Step 4 – Accept the terms of service. 

Once you are set up with an account, you will be able to see all of the free topics.  When you click on the course, a screen will pop up that says valid credential required.  Click NO, I am not an EMS professional and submit.

  1. Watch the lecture on EMS Operations here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8YvgVWQLKA (please note that the lecture is being taught from a different book than we use in class but the content is the same)
  2. Log into Boundtree University, go to the course catalog tab at the top and take the Ambulance Safety and design course. 
  3. Log into Boundtree University and take the Emergency Operations EMS 1 course. 
  4. Once you have finished the two courses from Boundtree, email your instructor a screen shot of your dashboard showing the courses were completed.
  5. Read over the following article pertaining to use of lights and sirens: https://www.ems1.com/ambulance-safety/articles/manslaughter-verdict-4-lights-and-sirens-safety-tips-in-the-wake-of-a-fatal-ambulance-crash-SQOpP09q8Igw8gLZ/
  6. Watch the landing zone training video here: https://www.uwmedicine.org/airliftnw/protocols-training
  7. Read over the following article pertaining to airmed equipped with blood: https://www.ems1.com/air-ambulance/articles/texas-air-ambulance-service-now-carrying-blood-eoWa0p5mk6WPPLQt/
  8. Participate in a discussion topic.  Discussion board will take place in canvas.  If unable to access canvas please respond to the topic via email to your instructor. Discussion topic:  Explain the pros and cons of an EMS service staffing an ambulance with two EMTs, and EMT and a Paramedic, and two Paramedics.
  9. Send your instructor a video of you performing the medical and trauma assessment.  You can email us the video, or if it is too long, you can upload the video to you google drive or one drive and just send us a link.  We understand some of you may have limitations in completing this task and that is ok.  Conduct it if you are able to. 
  10. Send your instructor a video of you performing oral medication admin, intranasal admin, and intramuscular/auto injector admin if possible.  Tip…you can use smarties candies or something similar to simulate an oral medication.  Or a tube of toothpaste to simulate glucose (just don’t actually administer it…yuck).  You can use afrin or another nose spray to simulate an IN medication (again you don’t actually have to administer it).  You can use a pen for IM just don’t jab it in anyone’s leg ok.  The important part here is to make sure you verbalize the five rights and verbalize the steps of administration

 

  1. Watch the lecture on Incident Management here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyxQTBvVQY0  (please note that the lecture is being taught from a different book than we use in class but the content is the same)
  2. Watch the following youtube video on use of the emergency response guidebook: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWMVKlNeS_4
  3. Email your instructor with all the information you can determine from the following hazmat placards and 704 signs.  You can use this link as a reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NFPA_704

  1.  Complete FEMA training for IS-5.A: An introduction to Hazardous Materials and take the final exam for the course: https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-5.a.  The link to take the course and the final are on the right hand side of the page.  Please note that you have to register for an SID number to take the test and get credit. 
  2. Email a copy of the FEMA Hazmat completion certificate to your instructor.
  3. Complete FEMA training for IS-100.C: Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS 100 and take the final exam for the course: https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-100.c
  4. Email a copy of the FEMA IS-100 completion certificate to your instructor
  5. Complete FEMA training for IS-700.B: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System and take the final exam for the course: https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-700.b
  6. Email a copy of the FEMA IS-700 completion certificate to your instructor
  7. Using the START triage system, assign each of the following patients the correct color tag (green, yellow, red, or black).  Email your response to your instructor.
    • 14 year-old male with a possible broken arm; walking around the scene.
    • A 34 year-old female has pale, moist skin and respirations of 32/minute.
    •  An unresponsive male patient has snoring respirations. His breathing improves when you open his airway.A 16-year-old female patient who is ambulatory and tells you she is “ok.”
    • A 66 year-old male patient is lying on the ground. His eyes are open but he cannot answer or follow directions.
    • A 50 year-old male patient has two fractured femurs. His pulse is 104, R 24 and capillary refill is 3 – 4 seconds.
    • A 57-year-old female has a fractured Db/fib. Her pulse is 98, R 20 and she is oriented.
    • A 42-year-old woman has no outward signs of injury and no carotid pulse.
    • A 19-year-old male patient has 2nd and 3rd degree burns over about 80% of his body, with R 28, P 132.
  8. Participate in a discussion topic.  Discussion board will take place in canvas.  If unable to access canvas please respond to the topic via email to your instructor. Discussion topic: How does the current COVID-19 crisis around the world resemble an MCI?  How is it affecting us locally as well?
  9. Send your instructor a video of you performing a normal and abnormal childbirth simulation.  Get creative!  You can place a baby doll or stuffed animal under a sheet or in a school bag to “birth” it.  Again, the key here is to verbalize your steps.
  10. Send your instructor a video of you performing long bone immobilization, joint immobilization, and Bleeding control with items you are able to find around the house.  This may be a bit more difficult to do at home so if you are unable to complete it, that is ok. 
  11. Have some fun.  Here is a link to Zero Hour: First responder disaster training game.  It was developed by George Washington University’s Office of Homeland Security and it is available to download for free.  http://www.virtualheroes.biz/ZeroHour/  I know you may not all have the ability to download this and that is ok.  It is not required.

 

  1. Watch the lecture on Vehicle Extrication here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoBR3lK5B-Y (please note that the lecture is being taught from a different book than we use in class but the content is the same)

  2. Log onto Boundtree university, go to the course catalog tab at the top and watch the EMS treatment during extrication incidents video.  https://btu.ems1academy.com/courses/ems-treatment-during-extrication-incidents/

  3. Log onto Boundtree university, go to the course catalog tab at the top and watch the What would you do: Freeway response – who’s in control video.  https://btu.ems1academy.com/courses/what-would-you-do-freeway-response-whos-in-control/

  4. Once you have finished the two videos from Boundtree, email your instructor a screen shot of your dashboard showing the videos were completed.

  5. Read the following article: https://www.jems.com/2015/06/08/the-paramedic-s-role-in-vehicle-extrication/

  6. Register for an account for the responder safety learning network: https://learning.respondersafety.com/Register.aspx.  When registering, please note that all starred (*) fields must be filled in.  For organization put NTCC EMT class, for Job Title put student, and for the organization type put EMS.  Once you register for the account, you will have to check your email for link to verify your email account.  Once that is done, you will be able to take the classes online.

  7. Take the Advance Warning course and email your instructor a copy of your completion certificate.  https://learning.respondersafety.com/Training_Programs/Advance_Warning.aspx

  8. Take the Roadway Incident Operational Safety for EMS providers course and email your instructor a copy of your completion certificate.  https://learning.respondersafety.com/Training_Programs/Roadway_Incident_Operational_Safety_for_EMS_Providers.aspx

  9. Take the See and Be Seen: Emergency Lighting Awareness course and email your instructor a copy of your completion certificate. https://learning.respondersafety.com/Training_Programs/See_and_Be_Seen_Emergency_Lighting_Awareness.aspx

  10. Take the Special Hazards course and email your instructor a copy of your completion certificate. https://learning.respondersafety.com/Training_Programs/Special_Hazards.aspx

  11. Take the Special Circumstances: Safe Operations for Vehicle Fires course and email your instructor a copy of your completion certificate. https://learning.respondersafety.com/Training_Programs/Special_Circumstances_Safe_Operations_for_Vehicle_Fires.aspx

  12. Participate in a discussion topic via canvas.  If you are unable to access canvas, email a response to the following topic to your instructor:
    • You are on scene of a single vehicle MVC.  A single patient is trapped in a vehicle that resting on its roof at the bottom of a 50-foot embankment.  What are some potential hazards you may encounter?  What special rescue equipment or assistance would you need?  How could this extrication affect the golden period and the patient’s chance of survival?
  1. Watch the lecture on Weapons of Mass Destruction and terrorism training here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMdS4v_lkJk

  2. Go through the Medical Response to Terrorism course here: https://naemsp.org/medicalresponse/index.html.  Take the final exam and screen shot your final exam score.  Make sure your screen shot includes the date and time you took the test.  You must make a 75% or higher to receive credit.  You must have adobe flash player enabled in order to take the final exam.  If you are getting an error that says, “flash was blocked on this page,” click MANAGE and then ENTER and it will let you take the quiz.  If you still have difficulties completing the exam, email your instructor.

  3. Read the following article: https://www.ems1.com/9-11/articles/boston-marathon-bombing-how-ems-response-to-terrorism-has-changed-since-911-7e6sFhL2isoeWUhK/

  4. Read the following article: https://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/news/20180710/ptsd-may-put-911-first-responders-hearts-at-risk#2

  5. Participate in a discussion topic via canvas.  If you are unable to access canvas, email a response to the following topic to your instructor. 
    • You and your partner are responding to an airport for an incoming aircraft due to an in-flight emergency. This is an international flight where an onboard passenger intentionally released a suspected biological agent.  The only information you receive from the flight crew is that “many people are having difficulty breathing and are vomiting.” You are advised that the flight manifest indicates there are 80 people on the flight.  How would you accomplish establishing the incident command system while considering the need to isolate the passengers and protecting yourself from exposure? Since a terrorist incident has occurred and a biological agent of some type is suspected, what additional resources may be needed?