EmtWellBeing - The Well-Being of the EMT-B Temple College...

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Temple College EMS Professions 1 The Well-Being of the EMT-B
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Temple College EMS Professions 2 List possible emotional reactions that an EMT-B may experience. Discuss reactions that family members may experience when confronted with death and dying. State the steps in approaching a family that is confronting death and dying. Objectives 1 of 3
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Temple College EMS Professions 3 State the possible reactions the family of an EMT-B may exhibit. Recognize signs and symptoms of critical incident stress. State steps to help alleviate stress. Explain the need to determine scene safety. Objectives 2 of 3
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Temple College EMS Professions 4 Discuss the importance of BSI. Describe the steps of personal protection from airborne and bloodborne pathogens. List personal protective equipment necessary for various situations. Objectives 3 of 3
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Temple College EMS Professions 5 The Well-Being of the EMT Personal health, safety, and well-being are vital to an EMS operation. You must learn to recognize and protect yourself from hazards. You must cope with mental and physical stress.
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Temple College EMS Professions 6 Self-control is achieved by: Proper training Ongoing experience Dedication to serving others
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Temple College EMS Professions 7 Death and Dying 1 of 2 Changes in society have changed people’s attitudes toward death. Life expectancy has increased. Family mobility may mean less support for
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EmtWellBeing - The Well-Being of the EMT-B Temple College...

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