How do I become an emergency care practitioner?

How do I become an emergency care practitioner?

Entry requirements:

  1. A degree in Paramedic Science.
  2. Completion of Emergency Practitioner or Specialist Paramedic course.
  3. Current Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration.

How long is an ANP course?

It is expected that most students will complete the qualification in the minimum time of approximately 2.5 years by studying 60 credits a year, but there is flexibility to take up to four years to complete.

What is a trainee advanced practitioner?

Clinically, the trainee Advanced Practitioner will develop competence to manage a caseload of PICU patients on the medical rota, to provide expert identification, assessment, treatment and management…

What is an advanced clinical practitioner?

Advanced clinical practitioners (ACPs) are healthcare professionals, educated to Master’s level or equivalent, with the skills and knowledge to allow them to expand their scope of practice to better meet the needs of the people they care for.

What can I do with a BSc in emergency practitioner?

Year 2 BSc (Hons) Emergency Practitioner will enable you to build on your Emergency Practitioner studies to further develop your clinical role in relation to research and workforce development areas such as clinical leadership, prescribing, mental health and long term conditions.

How does an emergency care practitioner ( ECP ) work?

On arrival, the ECP / SP (Urgent Care) will discuss their clinical assessment of the patient and a joint decision between EEAST and the Care Home staff will be made as to the best course of action for the patient. Historically, a Double Staffed Ambulance (DSA) crew in similar circumstances would often primarily convey the patient to ED.

When does the emergency practitioner module go online?

The restrictions on available classroom space to meet social distancing requirements mean that the module from September 2020 – January 2021 will be online allowing you flexibility to access your study. It will include live sessions (which will also be recorded) and access to your module leader to support your study.*

Is the University of Wolverhampton an emergency care school?

They will find the emergency care programme at the University of Wolverhampton relevant and stimulating. Courses can be tailored to the needs of the individual student. Staff working in primary care settings may find the content relevant either as stand alone modules or as options within a degree programme.