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How to find information, materials, and people that will enable more effective study of Emergency Health

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Scope

This guide will help you access many relevant resources to enable effective study of Emergency Health.

Emergency health covers subjects including clinical concepts of paramedic practice, human health and development, human structure and function, foundations of health in primary clinical care, evidence based practice, law, ethics and professionalism.  Students also study paramedic management of many conditions including mental health, cardiovascular, respiratory, trauma, medical, toxicological, environmental, maternal and neonatal.   

Emergency Health is delivered on Peninsula campus from the Department of Community and Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice. There is also off-campus clinical placements in metropolitan and rural areas.

The collections at Peninsula Library, Hargrave-Andrew Library and affiliated hospital libraries provide support for teaching and research in Emergency Health.

Other relevant guides: Medicine, Health science, Nursing & Midwifery

Emergency Health on Twitter

Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice

Centre for Ambulance and Paramedic Studies - Peninsula campus

Contacts

Contact librarian for Emergency Health at Peninsula: Paula Todd

Learning Skills Advisor at Peninsula: Dr Diana Jeske

Or contact librarians:Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences faculty team