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Department of Emergency Medical Service

Introduction
  • The Department of Emergency Medical Services operates the only graduate program in Korea on emergency medical services, which meets the needs of over 10,000 emergency medical staff in the country.

    To meet the needs of today’s world, and address the growing rate of accidents, disasters and chronic disease, universities have been offering emergency medical services programs since 1995. The graduate program in emergency medical services is based on systematic research into the emergency medical services provided during the time when a patient is moved from the site of an accident to a hospital. This research has enabled a multi-dimensional academic approach to emergency medical services. Making a break from previous academic approaches, which focused only on field practice, this research facilitates the development of emergency medical services, builds an academic foundation, and provides a model for advanced emergency medical services.

    The Department develops experts who can undertake creative academic research and contribute to the development of emergency medical services in Korea, helping them to improve their academic competency in order to develop leaders in emergency medical services and other areas of healthcare.


The Department of Emergency Medical Services operates the only graduate program in Korea on emergency medical services, which meets the needs of over 10,000 emergency medical staff in the country.
To meet the needs of today’s world, and address the growing rate of accidents, disasters and chronic disease, universities have been offering emergency medical services programs since 1995. The graduate program in emergency medical services is based on systematic research into the emergency medical services provided during the time when a patient is moved from the site of an accident to a hospital. This research has enabled a multi-dimensional academic approach to emergency medical services. Making a break from previous academic approaches, which focused only on field practice, this research facilitates the development of emergency medical services, builds an academic foundation, and provides a model for advanced emergency medical services.
The Department develops experts who can undertake creative academic research and contribute to the development of emergency medical services in Korea, helping them to improve their academic competency in order to develop leaders in emergency medical services and other areas of healthcare.
Preliminary Courses (Masters)
Human Anatomy (3 Credits)
Human Physiology (3 Credits)
General Introduction to Emergency Medicine (3 Credits)
Emergency Patient Assessment (3 Credits)
Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Practice (3 Credits)
Respiratory Emergency Care and Practice (3 Credits)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (3 Credits)
Medical Terminology (3 Credits)
Disaster Management (3 Credits)
Advanced Trauma Emergency Care (3 Credits)
Courses
Theory of Field Emergency Care (3 Credits)
EMS Research Methodology (3 Credits)
ACLS Seminar (3 Credits)
Clinical Case Research (3 Credits)
ATLS Seminar (3 Credits)
EMS Education (3 Credits)
Seminar of Emergency Medical Report (3 Credits)
EMS Professional (3 Credits)
Research of Neurological Disease (3 Credits)
Research of toxicological disease (3 Credits)
Science Philosophy (3 Credits)
Medical Statistics of Health Care (3 Credits)
Management of Health Information (3 Credits)
Clinical Pathophysiology (3 Credits)
Infection Management (3 Credits)
EMS Ethics (3 Credits)
Policy of Emergency Medicine (3 Credits)
Economics of Emergency Medicine (3 Credits)
Health Care Marketing (3 Credits)
EMS Administration (3 Credits)
Health Promotion Theory (3 Credits)
Emergency Care of Sports Injury (3 Credits)
Clinical Psychology (3 Credits)
Management of Critical-incident Stress (3 Credits)
Preceptor Development (3 Credits)
EMS Seminar (3 Credits)
PALS Seminar (3 Credits)
Genetics and Diseases (3 Credits)
MCI Management (3 Credits)
Policy of Fire Fighting (3 Credits)
Administration of Fire Fighting Organization (3 Credits)
Aquatic Safety and Life Guarding of Scuba (3 Credits)