5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Scope of practice
- Standing orders
- Advanced emergency medical technician (AEMT)
- a Written instructions that authorize EMS personnel to perform certain medical interventions before establishing direct communication with a physician.
- b The exchange of thoughts, messages and information.
- c A predefined set of skills, interventions, or other activities that the paramedic is legally authorized to perform when necessary; usually set by state law or regulation and local medical directions.
- d An external verification of the competencies that an individual has achieved and typically involves an examination process; in healthcare these process are typically designed to verify that an individual has achieved minimum competency to ensure safe and effective patient care.
- e An EMS professional who provides basic and limited advanced skills to patients who access the EMS system.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A national organization developed to ensure that graduates of EMS training programs have met minimal standards by measuring competency through a uniform testing process.
- The process of entering an individual's name and essential information into a record as a means of verifying initial certification and monitoring recertification.
- Programs designed to achieve a desired level of care.
- National Highway Safety Administration
- Qualities or characteristics of a person.
5 True/False questions
Professionalism → Following the standards of conduct and performance for a profession.
EMS system → Showing a person care and commission with an appreciation for his/her situation without feeling the same emotions.
Empathy → Showing a person care and commission with an appreciation for his/her situation without feeling the same emotions.
Emergency medical responder (EMR) → An EMS professional who provides initial basic life support care to patients who access the EMS system; formerly called first responder.
Healthcare → Expectations established by the community at large reflecting their views of the conduct of a profession.