Following competencies will be expected from a student completing 4 years degree course in Emergency and Intensive Care Technology. The student should be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of human structure, function, and disease process.
- Develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to perform safely and accurately all basic and advanced life support procedures in emergency /critical care, trauma and
- disaster management etc
- Acquire common sense, attention to detail, prioritizing skills and anticipation of potential problems in the care of the acutely ill or injured patient
- Deliver efficient and competent care to critically ill infants and children.
- Gain experience in the analysis of data and management of acute medical and surgical crisis of the patients
- Understand the total patient care in emergency, including the awareness of support services available and knowing when to activate them.
- Gain experience in the ethical principles and practical management of end-of-life care
- Access appropriate consultations wherever required.
- Maintain asepsis in all such cases requiring an injection or having a contagious disease or operative procedures
- Establish rapport with the patient and related people to decrease their state of crisis
- Direct and coordinate the transport of the patient by selecting the best available method(s) in conjunction with medical command authority/protocol.
- Clearly and concisely deliver educational information to staff in both formal and informal teaching settings.
- Do independent researches on emergency and critical care technology
- Be exposed to and gain understanding of administrative issues in critical care services.