Mobile Intensive Care Technician Program Outcomes

Program Student Learning Outcomes:

Associate in Science Degree

Upon successful completion of the University of Hawai‘i–Kapi‘olani Community College – Department of Emergency Medical Service’s MICT program the student should be able to:

  1. Apply and possess the knowledge, skills and critical thinking necessary for a paramedic to ensure scene safety, effectively assess patient(s), make critical decisions, competently treat patient(s), safely extricate and appropriately transport patients in a variety of settings.
  2. Effectively communicate, interact and work appropriately with patients, family members, bystanders, fellow emergency workers, EMS partners/colleagues, hospital health care providers and supervisors.
  3. Display proficiency managing emergencies on scene, and identify coping strategies to manage long-term stress.
  4. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior as an EMS health care provider.
  5. Recognize the value of regularly attending continuing education, and the importance of maintaining mental, emotional, and physical well being as an EMS provider.
  6. Incorporate knowledge of multicultural perspectives to meet the needs of a diverse population.
  7. Develop treatment plans that ensure consistent, high quality patient care, cognizant of EMS’ role within the larger continuum of care.

Certificate of Achievement

Upon successful completion of the Mobile Intensive Care Technician (MICT) Certificate of Achievement program, the student should be able to:

  1. Apply and possess the knowledge, skills and critical thinking necessary for a paramedic to ensure scene safety, effectively assess patient(s), make critical decisions, competently treat patient(s), safely extricate and appropriately transport patients in a variety of settings.
  2. Effectively communicate, interact and work appropriately with patients, family members, bystanders, fellow emergency workers, EMS partners/colleagues, hospital health care providers and supervisors.
  3. Display proficiency managing emergencies on scene, and identify coping strategies to manage long-term stress.
  4. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior as an EMS health care provider.
  5. Recognize the value of regularly attending continuing education, and the importance of maintaining mental, emotional, and physical well being as an EMS provider.
  6. Incorporate knowledge of multicultural perspectives to meet the needs of a diverse population.
  7. Develop treatment plans that ensure consistent, high quality patient care, cognizant of EMS’ role within the larger continuum of care.

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