703-675 SELECTIVE LARGE ANIMAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE

Affiliation

Name: Amelia Munsterman
SCID: School of Veterinary Medicine
Department:
Course Name: 703-675 SELECTIVE LARGE ANIMAL EMERGENCY MEDICINECourse Objectives:CO1: Understand and remember key concepts for management of large animal emergencies, including cardiovascular support, orthopedic stabilization, resuscitation techniques and application of time sensitive diagnostic tools.
CO2: Demonstrate surgical techniques, the proper use and application of diagnostic tools, and the ability to interpret the data obtained for management of large animal disease and injuries.
CO3: Understand the relationships and interconnectivity of emergency medicine across species.
CO4: Develop techniques to foster an interest in veterinary emergency medicine and trauma management.
CO5: Foster the ability to develop an emergency treatment plan as well as the knowledge of the resources available to formulate that plan and provide timely treatment for large animal patients.

Course Units:

CU1: Gastrointestinal Emergencies
CU2: Circulatory Emergencies
CU3: Respiratory Emergencies
CU4: Neonatal Emergencies
CU5: Orthopedic and Soft Tissue Emergencies

Unit Objectives:

UNIT TITLE: Circulatory Emergencies

UO1: Students will be able to identify objective and subjective findings that are consistent with lack of adequate circulatory volume.
UO2: Students will be able to interpret clinical exam findings and hemotology results to estimate the volume needed and type of replacement fluids.
UO3: Students will be able to design a fluid replacement plan, including monitoring tools, volume needed, rate and type of fluids required.
UO4: Students will be able to apply physical, pharmacologic and/or holistic methods appropriately to halt acute hemorrhage.
UO5: Students will be able to perform a stall-side cross match, perform a blood transfusion, recognize transfusion reactions, and select appropriate treatments for prevention and therapeutic intervention.

Activity One

Activity:
Description:Fluid therapy module and quizModality: Online
Activity Sequence: Pre-class
Objectives Supported: UO1, UO2, UO3
Horton Type: Absorb
Bloom’s Level: Remember, Understand
Evidence: Online quiz with immediate feedback
Time on Task: 20 minutes
Required Knowledge: N/A
Pedagogical Role: Instructor-created knowledge check
Social Role: Online presence in website
Managerial Role: Provide expectations, objectives, and plan for class time
Technical Role: DoIT/SVM Help Desk to create Canvas workspace
Technical Role:

Activity Two

Activity:
Description:Group case discussions (3)Modality: In-class
Activity Sequence: After brief morning check in, with results of online quiz
Objectives Supported: UO1, UO2, UO3
Horton Type: Do and Connect
Bloom’s Level: Analyze, Evaluate, Create
Evidence: Present plan of action to class and defend choices
Time on Task: 15 minutes/case, with a 15-minute presentation and discussion/case
Required Knowledge: Pre-class online Large Animal Emergency Medicine Toolkit module
Pedagogical Role: Creation of activity and opportunities for critical thinking
Social Role: Cultivate effective and respectful group participation
Managerial Role: Monitor time on task and maintain focus
Technical Role: DoIT/SVM Help Desk to create cases
Technical Role:

Activity Three

Activity:Muddiest point
Description:Muddiest pointModality: In-class (morning)
Activity Sequence: After group case discussion
Objectives Supported: UO1, UO2, UO3
Horton Type: Do
Bloom’s Level: Understand, Explain
Evidence: Completes question and uploads to anonymous chat room, demonstrates reflection on what was understood and what still requires clarification
Time on Task: 5 minutes
Required Knowledge: N/A
Pedagogical Role: Reply to posts to ensure understanding of material and provide clarification
Social Role: Moderate replies
Managerial Role: Ensure all students participate
Technical Role: DoIT/SVM Help Desk to create chat room
Technical Role:

Activity Four

Activity:
Description:Fluid therapy laboratory Modality: In lab/barn (morning)
Activity Sequence: After morning class
Objectives Supported: UO2, UO3
Horton Type: Do
Bloom’s Level: Apply
Evidence: Demonstration of correct fluid set up, identify PCV and serum total protein from sample.
Time on Task: 60 minutes
Required Knowledge: Pre-class online Large Animal Emergency Medicine Toolkit module
Pedagogical Role: Demonstration of techniques
Social Role: Knowledge check, provide feedback
Managerial Role: Ensure students participate in hands-on skills
Technical Role:
Technical Role:

Activity Five

Activity: Acute hemorrhage module and quiz
Description:Acute hemorrhage module and quizModality: Online
Activity Sequence: Pre-Class (afternoon)
Objectives Supported: UO1, UO2, UO3, UO4, UO5
Horton Type: Absorb
Bloom’s Level: Remember, Understand
Evidence: Online quiz with immediate feedback
Time on Task: 20 minutes
Required Knowledge: N/A
Pedagogical Role: Instructor-created knowledge check
Social Role: Online presence in website
Managerial Role: Provide expectations, objectives, and plan for class time
Technical Role: DoIT/SVM Help Desk to create Canvas workspace
Technical Role:

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