Frontline Educators utilizes JB Learning as our primary delivery method for course materials. Our course requires the student to read each chapter before being permitted to complete other assignments within the chapter. Students must complete a reading quiz in order to unlock other content. JB Learning offers a variety of book options to include a hardcopy, an e-book, and an audio book to cater to the student’s individual learning style. Students are expected to complete all assignments in each chapter timely and without assistance from others or other online resources, such as Quizlet. All graded course material will be contained in JB Learning, except a midterm exam, which will be in person.
Some didactic lessons are provided in-person during lab sessions, such as skill and assessment tutorials and Mass Casualty Incident Management. These sessions will not be graded, but students are expected to be engaged in the material and participate in any practical exercises.
Didactic material is organized into chapters and modules. The modules have specified due dates by which all assignments within those modules must be completed. Students must score a cumulative grade of 75% or higher to successfully pass this course. Students must also obtain a score of at least 75% on the in-person midterm to continue with the course.
Since 1971, Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured has advanced how EMS education is delivered to help train exceptional EMS professionals around the globe. Fifty years later, the Twelfth Edition is now the most comprehensive, innovative EMT educational solution ever developed. Concepts of teamwork, communication, and empathy are woven throughout the chapters, challenging students to become more compassionate, conscientious health care professionals as well as skilled clinicians.
Current, State-of-the-Art Content
The Twelfth Edition delivers the latest medical evidence and alignment to current standards, along with a revised layout to improve readability.
- Comprehensive coverage of the National EMS Education Standards and the 2020 American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC).
- Updated coverage of PPE and CDC guidelines for safe patient care during COVID-19 pandemic.
A Focus on Career Readiness and Employability
For those who care about more than just pass rates, the Twelfth Edition is devoted to addressing the most common job readiness issues reported by employers.
- Greater emphasis on empathy, teamwork, interpersonal skills, and problem solving to ensure students are well prepared as they transition into the field.
- A new “Street Smarts” feature that helps bridge the gap between the classroom and field environment by addressing nontechnical skills that improve patient and co-worker interactions.
- Enhanced content on provider mental health, wellness, and safety.