The Bachelor of Science in Trauma Care is a four-year undergraduate Bioscience course that consists of the following components: 3 years of college followed by a year of internship. This course will teach you about disease processes, particular bedside techniques, and technical abilities for dealing with critical/emergency/traumatic situations. Students will have dealt with significant medical and surgical crises after completing the course including cardiac, neurological, polytrauma, and pediatric emergencies.
The Department of Emergency Medicine, in collaboration with the Department of Emergency and Trauma Care Technology, is offering an integrated paramedic training programme (Trauma Care Management). This course teaches the students how to perform Emergency resuscitation, stabilization, and transfer of critically ill patients. It also teaches students how to deal with disasters and how to respond to a mass casualty incident.
To be eligible for the course students must have received a minimum of 55 percent in 10+2 (Medical) or equivalent from a recognized school board.