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First Aid Course for Foreign Students - MB180C25E
Anglický název: First Aid Course for Foreign Students
Zajišťuje: Katedra učitelství a didaktiky biologie (31-180)
Fakulta: Přírodovědecká fakulta
Platnost: od 2022
Semestr: oba
E-Kredity: 2
Rozsah, examinace: 0/22 [hodiny/semestr]
Počet míst: 20
Minimální obsazenost: neomezen
Virtuální mobilita / počet míst: ne
Stav předmětu: vyučován
Jazyk výuky: angličtina
Vysvětlení: In winter semester 2022/2023, the course will be heldon the 12th and 13th November (both days from 9 am to 6:00 pm).
Další informace: http://www.prvnipomocprfuk.eu/
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Poznámka: povolen pro zápis po webu
předmět lze zapsat v ZS i LS
Garant: Mgr. Radim Kuba
Vyučující: Mgr. Radim Kuba
Neslučitelnost : MB180C25, MB180C25P, MB180C25T
Je neslučitelnost pro: MB180C25
Výsledky anket   Termíny zkoušek   Rozvrh   
Anotace -
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Radim Kuba (01.07.2022)
This course is intended for English-speaking students (e. g., ERASMUS+ exchange programme). For Czech-speaking students there are designated the subjects MB180C25 or MB180C25T (MB180C25E is not an equal English version of those previously listed). This course covers basic first aid techniques and competences with regard to the Czech Republic’s system of emergency services and recommendations adjusted for non-Czech speaking people (such as students, tourists, etc.). For example, Czech speaking people are taught to use traditional national line “155” as the primary emergency telephone number. However, for foreigners, the international number “112” is recommended. Providing appropriate first aid should be one of the basic skills of every citizen has. This obligation arises from laws of the Czech Republic (as well as in a most of the other countries). The European Resuscitation Council regularly publishes recommended procedures for resuscitation and first aid, called Guidelines (currently “2021”). This document defines the correct procedures, which should be followed when providing or teaching first aid.

The course aim is to develop the competencies of participants for distance learning, which can be a complement to full-time teaching and suggest ways to develop these skills and competencies in students. The possibilities of teaching and providing first aid in the form of distance learning will be discussed as well as focusing on the use of online resources and technologies. During the course, for example, participants will get acquainted with the mobile application Záchranka (its options and individual modules) and try out the implementation of a simulated call with a dispatcher.
Literatura -
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Radim Kuba (01.07.2022)

Students will receive the English version of our university textbook at the beginning of the course (see https://www.prvnipomocprfuk.eu/skripta/ for Czech examples).
Other recommended literature:
European Guidelines 2021 (https://cprguidelines.eu/)

Požadavky ke zkoušce -
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Radim Kuba (01.07.2022)

Requirements for completing this course:

  • active attendance (max 90 minutes of absence)
  • active attendance at the beginning (the first 135 minutes of the course are mandatory)
  • adequate application of first aid techniques in 2 simulated situations
  • perform 3 minutes of continuous and well-executed resuscitation (CPR) at the end of the course
  • completing of output feedback survey

 

In case that the current hygienic rules and regulations do not allow for full-time practical teaching, students will be offered 2 options to complete the course. Due to the highly practical type of the course, distance learning is not suitable for teaching, eg via video conferencing, and therefore students will be offered extraordinary alternate teaching times in block at a time when teaching is already allowed (according to the current situation - eg later in the semester, during the exam period). or in the next semester - in such a case the requirements for completing the course remain unchanged, only the course will be taught in block form at a different date). If the student can't postpone the completion date (eg due to the need to complete studies or study checks), the student will be dealt with individually in the relevant semester. In such a case, both synchronous and asynchronous distance learning will be used. The student will be sent study materials and there will be several video meetings during the usual teaching (it is mandatory to attend at least 80% of the time from these meetings and complete tasks between meetings). The solution of the credit model situation will take place in the form of individual testing. In the event that there are students among you who absolutely need to complete the subject this semester and a postponement of completion is not possible for you (e.g. because you need to finish your studies at the end of this semester), please contact us no later than 15/10/2022 so that it is possible implement replacement performance. In other cases, we ask students to take into account that the subject may not be taught due to government measures, and its implementation will be organized according to the above-mentioned examples (and thus, for example, only in subsequent semesters).

Sylabus -
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Radim Kuba (01.07.2022)

During the course, students will cover these topics, both in theory and practice:

  • the introduction to first aid (the “3 steps” as a universal system for solving emergency situations: safety, consciousness, breathing)
  • emergency services call (number 112 and the adequate structure of the call)
  • life-threatening conditions and vital signs assessment (the approach to an unconscious person, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, severe bleeding)
  • choking
  • automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • spinal injuries
  • seizures (spasm, convulsions)
  • burns, scalds (and acid burns)
  • injuries caused by electricity/electric current
  • chest pains
  • stroke
  • wounds and limb injuries
  • etc.

About the objectives of the course, which include the effort to develop the competencies of participants for distance learning, the individual topics mentioned above will be indicated to develop these skills and competencies in students by focusing on the specifics of distance communication. Cross-sectionally, we will focus on the differences between distance and full-time communication in terms of providing and teaching first aid. Emphasis will be placed on getting acquainted with the possibilities of online resources and technologies. In the course, for example, participants will get acquainted with the mobile application Záchranka (its options and individual modules) and try out the implementation of a simulated call with a dispatcher.

Classes in winter semester 2022/2023 will start by their respective schedules. In case of mandatory online/distance learning the lessons will take place in GoogleClassroom (https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTc2Njg3MzkxNDU4), where there will be an updated schedule of meetings, topics and homework.If physical attendance at the first lesson of the semester won't be possible, that lesson will be done as an online meeting. Enrolled students will receive e-mail with an invitation.

 

Vstupní požadavky -
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Radim Kuba (01.07.2022)

This course is intended for foreign English-speaking students (e. g., ERASMUS+ exchange programme). For Czech-speaking students there are designated the subjects MB180C25 or MB180C25T (MB180C25E is not an equal English version of those previously listed).

 
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