At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||At the end of this course, the practising phamacist will have acquired the basic skills to be able to adequatly react in emergency situations that are frequently encountered in the domain.|
In general, the course should allow: analyzing a situation, securing the premises, calling for help, administering first aid and monitoring victims while waiting for help
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The main objective of the course is to train candidates in the gestures and attitudes to have when faced with the critical medical problems to which their professional activity potentially exposes them. The training will first focus on the recognition of potentially serious medical problems and on the identification of warning signs that should lead to the call to doctors and / or specialized help. The actions and attitudes to adopt while waiting for the arrival of medical reinforcements will then be taught. Given the academic nature of the course, a second objective will be to provide an understanding of the physiological mechanisms involved in the pathologies and treatments presented.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The assessment of learning will be written (in June or September) in the form of a MCQ and a QROC. You must register on time otherwise you will be postponed to the September session.
In the event of illness during the examination, a medical certificate must be submitted within 2 days (at least one scan of the medical certificate sent to the CT and to the faculty's secretariat, any certificate arriving after the date of the deliberation cannot be taken into consideration) and the completion of this exam will be postponed to the next session, i.e. in September (no possibility of taking the exam outside of sessions).