NOCP Area 6: Integration
  EMR PCP ACP CCP
GENERAL COMPETENCY 6.1 Utilize differential diagnosis skills, decision-making skills and psychomotor skills in providing care to patients.
SPECIFIC COMPETENCY SUB COMPETENCIES    
6.1.a Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving cardiovascular system. S P P P
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific cardiovascular conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific cardiovascular conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific cardiovascular conditions listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology of specific cardiovascular conditions listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with cardiovascular conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with cardiovascular conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with cardiovascular conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with cardiovascular conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of cardiovascular conditions. Explain potential complications of cardiovascular conditions. Infer potential complications of cardiovascular conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
6.1.b Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving neurological system. S P P P
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific neurological conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific neurological conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific neurological conditions listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology of specific neurological conditions listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with neurological conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with neurological conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with neurological conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with neurological conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of neurological conditions. Explain potential complications of neurological conditions. Infer potential complications of neurological conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.c Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving respiratory system. S P P P
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific respiratory conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific respiratory conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific respiratory conditions listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology of specific respiratory conditions listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with respiratory conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with respiratory conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with respiratory conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with respiratory conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of respiratory conditions. Explain potential complications of respiratory conditions. Infer potential complications of respiratory conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.d Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving genitourinary / reproductive systems. S S S S
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific genitourinary / reproductive conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific genitourinary / reproductive conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific genitourinary / reproductive conditions listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology of specific genitourinary / reproductive conditions listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with genitourinary / reproductive conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with genitourinary / reproductive conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with genitourinary / reproductive conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with genitourinary / reproductive conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of genitourinary / reproductive conditions. Explain potential complications of genitourinary / reproductive conditions. Infer potential complications of genitourinary / reproductive conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.e Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving gastrointestinal system. S P P P
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific gastrointestinal system conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific gastrointestinal conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific gastrointestinal conditions listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology of specific gastrointestinal illnesses and injuries listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with gastrointestinal conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with gastrointestinal conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with gastrointestinal conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with gastrointestinal conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of gastrointestinal conditions. Explain potential complications of gastrointestinal conditions. Infer potential complications of gastrointestinal conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.f Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving integumentary system. S P P P
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific integumentary conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific integumentary conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific integumentary conditions listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology of specific integumentary conditions listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with integumentary conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with integumentary conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with integumentary conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with integumentary conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of integumentary conditions. Explain potential complications of integumentary conditions. Infer potential complications of integumentary conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.g Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving musculoskeletal system. S P P P
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific musculoskeletal conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific musculoskeletal conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific musculoskeletal conditions listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology of specific musculoskeletal conditions listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with musculoskeletal conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with musculoskeletal conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with musculoskeletal conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with musculoskeletal conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of musculoskeletal conditions. Explain potential complications of musculoskeletal conditions. Infer potential complications of musculoskeletal conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.h Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving immunologic system. S S S S
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific immunologic conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific immunologic conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific immunologic conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific immunologic conditions listed in Appendix 4B.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with immunologic conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with immunologic conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with immunologic conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with immunologic conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of immunologic conditions. Explain potential complications of immunologic conditions. Infer potential complications of immunologic conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.i Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving endocrine system. S S S S
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific endocrine system conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific endocrine system conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific endocrine system conditions listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology of specific endocrine system conditions listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with endocrine conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with endocrine conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with endocrine conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with endocrine conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of endocrine conditions. Explain potential complications of endocrine conditions. Infer potential complications of endocrine conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.j Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms involving the eyes, ears, nose or throat. S S S S
  Describe the pathophysiology of specific ear, eye, nose and throat conditions listed in Appendix 4A. Explain the pathophysiology of specific ear, eye, nose and throat conditions listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology of specific ear, eye, nose and throat conditions listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology of specific ear, eye, nose and throat conditions listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with ear, eye, nose and throat conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with ear, eye, nose and throat conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with ear, eye, nose and throat conditions. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with ear, eye, nose and throat conditions.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Discuss potential complications of ear, eye, nose and throat conditions. Explain potential complications of ear, eye, nose and throat conditions. Infer potential complications of ear, eye, nose and throat conditions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.k Provide care to patient experiencing toxicologic syndromes. S S P P
  List the signs and symptoms of specific poisons and overdoses listed in Appendix 4A. Describe the pathophysiology and presentations of the specific poisons and overdoses listed in Appendix 4B. Explain the pathophysiology and presentations of the specific poisons and overdoses listed in Appendix 4C. Explain the pathophysiology and presentations of the specific poisons and overdoses listed in Appendix 4C.
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with a toxicologic syndrome. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with medical or physical disorders created from a poisoning or overdose event. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with medical or physical disorders created from a poisoning or overdose event. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with medical or physical disorders created from a poisoning or overdose event.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.l Provide care to patient experiencing non-urgent problem. S S S S
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with non-urgent problem. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with non-urgent problem. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with non-urgent problem. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with non-urgent problem.
  Distinguish between urgent and non-urgent problems. Distinguish between urgent and non-urgent problems. Distinguish between urgent and non-urgent problems. Distinguish between urgent and non-urgent problems.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and refer a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and referral of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and referral of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and referral of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and referral decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.m Provide care to a palliative patient. S S S S
  Describe the approach to a palliative patient. Explain the approach to a palliative patient. Explain the approach to a palliative patient. Explain the approach to a palliative patient.
  Identify disease processes that contribute to terminal illness. Identify disease processes that contribute to terminal illness. Identify disease processes that contribute to terminal illness. Identify disease processes that contribute to terminal illness.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.n Provide care to patient experiencing signs and symptoms due to exposure to adverse environments. S S S S
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with signs and symptoms due to exposure to adverse environments. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with signs and symptoms due to exposure to adverse environments. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with signs and symptoms due to exposure to adverse environments. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with signs and symptoms due to exposure to adverse environments.
  Identify conditions resulting from exposure to adverse environments. Discuss conditions resulting from exposure to adverse environments. Discuss conditions resulting from exposure to adverse environments. Discuss conditions resulting from exposure to adverse environments.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.o Provide care to trauma patient. S P P P
  List trauma indices (scores) for triage and transport decisions. Discuss how trauma indices (scores) relate to triage and transport decisions. Explain how trauma indices (scores) relate to triage and transport decisions. Explain how trauma indices (scores) relate to triage and transport decisions.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to prioritize treatment and transport decisions. Prioritize treatment and transport decisions. Prioritize treatment and transport decisions. Prioritize treatment and transport decisions.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.p Provide care to psychiatric patient. S P P P
  Describe the approach to a patient presenting with psychiatric crisis. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with psychiatric crisis. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with psychiatric crisis. Explain the approach to a patient presenting with psychiatric crisis.
    Discuss conditions that may precipitate psychiatric crisis. Discuss conditions that may precipitate psychiatric crisis. Discuss conditions that may precipitate psychiatric crisis.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age, gender and health status relate to patient presentation.
    Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis. Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.1.q Provide care to obstetrical patient. S S C C
  Describe the approach to an obstetrical patient. Explain the approach to an obstetrical patient. Explain the approach to an obstetrical patient. Explain the approach to an obstetrical patient.
    Describe disease processes that interfere with the labour and delivery. Discuss disease processes that interfere with the labour and delivery. Explain disease processes that interfere with the labour and delivery.
  List complications of labour and delivery. Describe complications of labour and delivery. Discuss complications of labour and delivery. Explain complications of labour and delivery.
  Identify how patient history relates to patient presentation. Explain how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation. Analyze how patient history relates to patient presentation.
    Explain how age and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age and health status relate to patient presentation. Analyze how age and health status relate to patient presentation.
  List indications that suggest the need to prepare for imminent delivery. Discuss indications that suggest the need to prepare for imminent delivery. Discuss indications that suggest the need to prepare for imminent delivery. Discuss indications that suggest the need to prepare for imminent delivery.
    Adapt care based on fetal and maternal presentation. Adjust care based on fetal and maternal presentation. Integrate care based on fetal and maternal presentation.
  Demonstrate the ability to manage an imminent delivery. Demonstrate the ability to manage an imminent delivery. Adapt care to manage an imminent delivery. Adapt care to manage an imminent delivery.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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GENERAL COMPETENCY 6.2 Provide care to meet the needs of unique patient groups.
SPECIFIC COMPETENCY SUB COMPETENCIES    
6.2a Provide care for neonatal patient. S S C C
    Describe disease processes that interfere with neonatal life functions. Discuss disease processes that interfere with neonatal life functions. Explain disease processes that interfere with neonatal life functions.
    Describe relationship between gestational age, presentation and care. Discuss relationship between gestational age, presentation and care. Explain relationship between gestational age, presentation and care.
        Infer a differential diagnosis.
    Adapt care based on patient presentation. Adjust care based on patient presentation. Integrate care based on patient presentation.
  List potential complications with neonatal patients. Describe potential complications with neonatal patients. Discuss potential complications with neonatal patients. Explain potential complications with neonatal patients.
  Demonstrate the ability to approach, assess, treat and transport a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of a patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
6.2b Provide care for pediatric patient. A C C C
  Identify possible abuse or neglect. Identify possible abuse or neglect. Identify possible abuse or neglect. Identify possible abuse or neglect.
    Integrate variations to approach, treatment and transport. Integrate variations to approach, treatment and transport. Integrate variations to approach, treatment and transport.
  Justify variations in approach, treatment and transport decisions. Justify variations in approach, treatment and transport decisions. Justify variations in approach, treatment and transport decisions. Justify variations in approach, treatment and transport decisions.
6.2c Provide care for geriatric patient. A C C C
  Identify possible abuse or neglect. Identify possible abuse or neglect. Identify possible abuse or neglect. Identify possible abuse or neglect.
  Describe variations to the approach, treatment and transport methods. Integrate variations to the approach, treatment and transport methods. Integrate variations to the approach, treatment and transport methods. Integrate variations to the approach, treatment and transport methods.
  Justify variations in approach, treatment and transport decisions. Justify variations in approach, treatment and transport decisions. Justify variations in approach, treatment and transport decisions. Justify variations in approach, treatment and transport decisions.
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6.2d Provide care for the physically-impaired patient. A S S S
  Define "physically impaired patient". Define "physically impaired patient". Define "physically impaired patient". Define "physically impaired patient".
    Modify assessment approach. Modify assessment approach. Modify assessment approach.
  List common medical emergencies associated with physically-impaired patients. Identify common medical emergencies associated with physically-impaired patients. Discuss common medical emergencies associated with physically-impaired patients. Explain common medical emergencies associated with physically-impaired patients.
  List common trauma emergencies associated with physically-impaired patients. Identify common trauma emergencies associated with physically-impaired patients. Discuss common trauma emergencies associated with physically-impaired patients. Discuss common trauma emergencies associated with physically-impaired patients.
  Identify possible abuse or neglect of the physically-impaired patient. Identify possible abuse or neglect of the physically-impaired patient. Identify possible abuse or neglect of the physically-impaired patient. Identify possible abuse or neglect of the physically-impaired patient.
  List appropriate assessment techniques for the physically-impaired patient. Demonstrate appropriate assessment techniques for the physically-impaired patient. Perform appropriate assessment techniques for the physically-impaired patient. Perform appropriate assessment techniques for the physically-impaired patient.
  List the approach, treatment and transport methods appropriate to the physically-impaired patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of the patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of the patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of the patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.2e Provide care for the mentally-impaired patient. A S S S
  Define "mentally-impaired patient". Define "mentally-impaired patient". Define "mentally-impaired patient". Define "mentally-impaired patient".
    Modify assessment approach. Modify assessment approach. Modify assessment approach.
  List common medical emergencies associated with mentally-impaired patients. Identify common medical emergencies associated with mentally-impaired patients. Discuss common medical emergencies associated with mentally-impaired patients. Explain common medical emergencies associated with mentally-impaired patients.
  List common trauma emergencies associated with mentally-impaired patients. Identify common trauma emergencies associated with mentally-impaired patients. Discuss common trauma emergencies associated with mentally-impaired patients. Discuss common trauma emergencies associated with mentally-impaired patients.
  Identify possible abuse or neglect of the mentally-impaired patient. Identify possible abuse or neglect of the mentally-impaired patient. Identify possible abuse or neglect of the mentally-impaired patient. Identify possible abuse or neglect of the mentally-impaired patient.
  List appropriate assessment techniques for the mentally-impaired patient. Demonstrate appropriate assessment techniques for the mentally-impaired patient. Perform appropriate assessment techniques for the mentally-impaired patient. Perform appropriate assessment techniques for the mentally-impaired patient.
  List the approach, treatment and transport methods appropriate to the mentally-impaired patient.  Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of the patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of the patient. Integrate the approach, assessment, treatment and transport of the patient.
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.
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6.2f Provide care to bariatric patient. A A A A
  Identify possible abuse or neglect. Identify possible abuse or neglect. Identify possible abuse or neglect. Identify possible abuse or neglect.
  Describe variations in approach, treatment and transport methods. Explain variations in approach, treatment and transport methods. Explain variations in approach, treatment and transport methods. Explain variations in approach, treatment and transport methods.
  Justify approach, treatment and transport decisions. Justify approach, treatment and transport decisions. Justify approach, treatment and transport decisions. Justify approach, treatment and transport decisions.
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GENERAL COMPETENCY 6.3 Conduct ongoing assessments and provide care.
SPECIFIC COMPETENCY SUB COMPETENCIES    
6.3.a Conduct ongoing assessments based on patient presentation and interpret findings. S P P P
  Demonstrate ongoing assessments based on patient presentation. Adapt ongoing assessments based on patient presentation. Adjust ongoing assessments based on patient presentation. Integrate ongoing assessments based on patient presentation.
  Evaluate results of ongoing assessments. Evaluate results of ongoing assessments. Evaluate results of ongoing assessments. Evaluate results of ongoing assessments.
  Integrate assessment and patient care procedures. Integrate assessment and patient care procedures. Integrate assessment and patient care procedures. Integrate assessment and patient care procedures.
  Justify ongoing assessment decisions. Justify ongoing assessment decisions. Justify ongoing assessment decisions. Justify ongoing assessment decisions.
6.3.b Re-direct priorities based on assessment findings. S P P P
  Demonstrate management priorities. Adapt management priorities. Adjust management priorities. Integrate management priorities.
  Communicate changes to patient, family, or primary caregiver(s). Communicate changes to patient, family, or primary caregiver(s). Communicate changes to patient, family, or primary caregiver(s). Communicate changes to patient, family, or primary caregiver(s).
  Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions. Justify approach, assessment, care and transport decisions.

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