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CAP
Unit Competency
1.1 Undertake an enhanced respiratory assessment, using appropriate screening tools.
1.2 Use enhanced decision making skills to develop a range of differential diagnoses.
1.3 Initiate appropriate management plans and utilise clinical referral pathways for patients with abnormalities identified on the respiratory assessment.
2.1 Undertake an enhanced cardiovascular assessment, using appropriate screening tools.
2.2 Use enhanced decision making skills to develop a range of differential diagnoses.
2.3 Initiate appropriate management plans and utilise clinical referral pathways for patients with abnormalities identified on the cardiovascular assessment.
2.4 Please attach your BSc Competency form to the link below the table. Label the form clearly to identify which cardiac rhythm(s) you are recognising and being assessed on. Change the rosette symbol once they are all complete.
2.5 Demonstrate the interpretation of a 12 lead ECG for a variety of clinical conditions, such as; PE, hyperkalaemia, hypothermia.
3.1 Undertake an enhanced abdominal assessment, using appropriate screening tools.
3.2 Use enhanced decision making skills to develop a range of differential diagnoses.
3.3 Initiate appropriate management plans and utilise appropriate clinical referral pathways for patients with abnormalities identified on the abdominal assessment.
3.4 Demonstrate the assessment and management of patients with gynaecological complications.
3.5 Demonstrate the management of patients in labour (child birth).
3.6 Demonstrate the management of patients with obstetric emergencies (eg, PPH, shoulder dystocia).
4.1 Undertake an enhanced neurological assessment, using appropriate screening tools.
4.2 Use enhanced decision making skills to develop a range of differential diagnoses.
4.3 Initiate appropriate management plans and utilise appropriate clinical referral pathways for patients with abnormalities identified on the neurological assessment.
5.1 Undertake an enhanced musculoskeletal assessment, using appropriate screening tools.
5.2 Use enhanced decision making skills to develop a range of differential diagnoses.
5.3 Utilise appropriate clinical referral pathways for patients with musculoskeletal conditions.
5.4 Initiate appropriate management plans and utilise clinical referral pathways for patients who have suffered non-injury falls, incorporating safeguarding considerations.
6.1 Demonstrate the insertion and discuss the use of Supraglottic Airway Devices (SAD) i.e. i-gel.
6.2 Demonstrate the technique and discuss laryngoscopy including the use of Magill forceps.
6.3 Prepare the equipment required for and assist with an endotracheal intubation.
6.4 Discuss the use of endotracheal intubation.
6.5 Discuss the use of surgical airways incorporating needle cricothyroidotomy.
6.6 Demonstrate the technique and discuss the use of bag valve mask ventilation.
6.7 Demonstrate the use of capnography and discuss its importance in the procedure of ventilation.
6.8 Discuss the use of automated ventilators.
7.1 Demonstrate the correct and effective procedure of adult Advanced Life Support following current Resuscitation Council (UK) guidelines.
7.2 Discuss and evidence the importance of leadership roles, team work, appropriate and effective debrief and welfare checks in relation to a cardiac arrest situation.
7.3 Demonstrate the preparation prior to, and safe delivery of automatic and manual defibrillation.
7.4 Describe the correct and effective procedure of managing special circumstance cardiac arrests i.e. Traumatic and Maternal.
7.5 Demonstrate the correct and effective procedure of Paediatric Advanced Life Support following current Resuscitation Council (UK) guidelines.
7.6 Demonstrate the correct and effective procedure of newborn Life Support following current Resuscitation Council (UK) guidelines.
7.7 Discuss and demonstrate post resuscitative care (ROSC).
7.8 Identify the equipment for and demonstrate intravenous cannulation, highlighting infection prevention and control and safety/sharps procedures.
7.9 Identify the equipment for and demonstrate Intraosseous vascular access, highlighting infection prevention and control and safety/sharps procedures.
7.1 Demonstrate the procedure for Needle Thoracocentesis and discuss the relevant underpinning knowledge.
ROPP
Unit Competency
1.1 Respect and uphold the rights, dignity, values and autonomy of every service user including their role in the diagnostic and therapeutic process, demonstrating empathy.
1.2 Practice in accordance with current legislation governing medicines management.
1.3 Practice in a non-discriminatory manner.
1.4 Understand and maintain the importance of accurate and legible documentation, and be able to ensure confidentiality, practicing accordingly in line with Trust information governance and current legislation.
1.5 Understand the importance of and be able to obtain informed consent, including assessment of capacity to consent and working in a patients’ best interest using current legislation.
1.6 Exercise a professional duty of care, encompassing promotion of wellbeing and safeguarding for all patient groups from harm and abuse.
1.7 Recognise and act within limits of competence and scope of practice as an apprentice paramedic.
1.8 Maintain fitness to practice and be able to maintain high standards of personal and professional conduct including maintaining your own health, up-to-date skills and knowledge, critical self-awareness and reflection.
1.9 Proactively seek and respond to feedback to improve own knowledge and skills and to improve the service and patient experience.
1.1 Understand clinical audits and quality assurance and their impact on your practice.
1.11 Exercise a professional duty of care, encompassing Prevent strategies for all patient groups.
2.1 Communicate effectively using a range of strategies and interpersonal skills, with patients across the age range incorporating their diverse needs.
2.2 Communicate and collaborate effectively with multi-disciplinary teams, demonstrating an understanding of the range and limitations of other professionals, agencies, services and organisations.
2.3 Communicate effectively using a range of strategies and interpersonal skills with patients who have varying clinical presentations, recognising the potential impact upon communication.
2.4 Be sensitive to the factors which shape lifestyle that may impact on the individual’s health and affect the interaction between the patient and paramedic, incorporating public health education advice.
2.5 Explain and communicate information that may be complex, emotive or sensitive including breaking bad news.
3.1 Consider the assessment of both the health and social care needs of patients, involving them in the assessment process whenever possible.
3.2 Obtain a detailed history using consultation models to gather information across all patient groups.
3.3 Exercise a systematic approach to clinical reasoning, problem solving and undertake investigations as appropriate to determine appropriate actions to formulate an evidence-based management plan.
3.4 Identify potential mental health needs and related issues ensuring the use of appropriate assessment tools.
3.5 Provide continuous care and effectively deliver evidenced based management plans that are monitored and evaluated regularly.
4.1 Undertake dynamic risk assessments and apply health and safety legislation, including relevant safety policies and procedures.
4.2 Adhere to infection, prevention and control policies and procedures, incorporating the use of personal protective equipment.
4.3 Establish and maintain a safe working environment for self, service users, colleagues and others.
4.4 Undertake vehicle, stock and equipment recording and ordering processes and protocols.
4.5 Utilise conflict resolution skills effectively to ensure safety for self, service users, colleagues and others.
4.6 Understand the role of the ambulance service when responding to hazardous, complex or major incidents.
4.7 Co-ordinate inter-professional and inter-disciplinary care, liaising with other services to secure patient-centred care.