As part of their year-long training at Hodges University, paramedic students are doing more than taking their lifesaving skills to the next level with classwork and simulations.
Their knowledge also requires them to understand certain aspects of legal proceedings in courtroom scenarios. The students played various courtroom roles in a series of mock trials, from prosecutors, defendants and lawyers to jury members.
This exercise helps them apply what they’ve learned in class, emphasizing the importance of medical protocols and procedures, and executing them according to the standards set by their agency. Our paramedic students graduate prepared to be heroes.
– Dr. John Meyer, Hodges University