Graduates of Emergency Medical Care Studies are prepared to perform medical emergency treatment in life-and health-threatening situations. They deal with diagnostics and patient treatment as members of emergency response teams and in hospital wards. In the course of their studies, students acquire medical skills and didactic and managerial skills in the area of healthcare management. Graduates of Emergency Medical Care Studies are prepared to conduct research activity and to find employment on the competitive labour market. This field of study also possesses a professional and systematically expanding training base. Medical simulations use the ALS manikins: MegaCode Kelly, MegaCode Kid, ALS Baby (Laerdal) controlled by a wireless SimPad system, as well as a baby manikin -PEDI Blue Neonatal Simulator (Gaumard) and a hybrid birthing simulator MamaNathalie. The new Centre for Medical Simulation is equipped with HD cameras, ECT Fusion (KbPort) debriefing system, as well as specialist medical rescue equipment, including: defibrillators (Lifepak 12 with a ShockLink system, Binz), cardiac monitors, life-support machines (AmbuMatic, Oxylog Draeger), EMMA Emergency Capnometer and many others, thanks to which students can easily master emergency medical care activities. Practical training is conducted using the training base of hospital wards. Emergency Medical Care students use the training ambulance of the Medical Faculty at PWSZ in Kalisz, in order to organize presentations and conduct medical rescue training in schools and other institutions. They also participate in scientific conferences and publish their research papers in scientific journals. While competing with professional medical rescue teams, our students were fourth in the Polish national rally- Rescue Trophy Extreme 2013, and second in the Kalisz District Medical Rescue Championships in 2014.
- medical rescue teams of hospitals, of the Emergency Services and other units of the national Medical Rescue system
- Emergency Departments and other hospital departments
- rescue formations: mountain rescue services, ski rescue services, water rescue services, mining rescue services and the Maritime Search and Rescue Service
- Fire Brigade units and airports
- units subordinate to the Ministry of National Defense, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Justice and Internal Security Agency
- Emergency Communication Centres (as emergency medical dispatchers)
- administration, especially teams for developing crisis safety plans
- economic units which posses their own emergency services or Health and Safety Services
- public and non-public healthcare centers, foundations and associations
- schools – teaching first aid, as part of the subject-civil defense preparation
- training institutions – first aid courses, courses of first aid and medical emergency treatment provided by certified personnel, teaching how to become a paramedic, in-service training for paramedics
- business entities which provide medical transportation or security for mass events
Chosen Curriculum Subjects
Functional Anatomy, X-Ray Anatomy, Human Physiology, General Pathophysiology, Radiology, Pharmacology, Pathomorphology, Forensic Medicine, First Aid, Advanced First Aid, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery with Oncology, Orthopaedics and Traumatology of Bones and Joints, Neurology, Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Toxicology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Intensive Care, Risk to Environment, Cardiology and ECG, Neurosurgery, Pulmonology, Ophthalmology, Laryngology, Sports Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Medical Emergency Treatment, Disaster Medicine, Specialist Medical Rescue, Public Health, Hygiene with Elements of Epidemiology, Medical Law, Ethics and Deontology, Intellectual Property Protection, Methodology of Scientific Research With Elements of Statistics and Biostatistics, Organisation, Management and Economic Basics of Business Activity, Information Technology, Elements of Didactics, Methodology of First Aid and Advanced First Aid Teaching, Practical Classes in First Aid and Advanced First Aid Teaching, Psychology, Sign Language, Sociology, Physical Education, Foreign Language.