Course: Emergencies of a paramedic rescue worker 1

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Course title Emergencies of a paramedic rescue worker 1
Course code KAZ/KSZ1
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Lesson
Level of course not specified
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 2
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course unspecified
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Course availability The course is available to visiting students
  • Beránek Václav, Mgr. et Mgr.
Course content
Crisis situation. Verbal and physical attack onto health care professional. A risk of crisis situation in the health related professions: a paramedic rescue worker, a nurse, health assistants and other health related professionals. 2. Options of physical and mental preparation for a crisis. 3. Analogies and differences in the martial arts (Aikido, Kung-Fu), martial arts-sports (Judo, Karate), combat sports (Boxing, Kick-Box) and a system of self-defense (Jiu-Jitsu, MUSADO, Krav Maga) at present time. 4. Martial art of Aikido and its options in physical and mental preparation for a crisis. Historical roots, present. Elements of self-defense system in Aikido. 5. Assertiveness as a tool to solve problems. Assertive Decalogue. 6. Stress and its influence on perception and behavior of a participant of a crisis. 7. Rozdělení sebeobrany. Sebeobrana všeobecná, profesní a služební. Profesní sebeobrana pro zdravotnické pracovníky. Classification of self-defense. Self-defense: general, professional and occupational. Professional self-defense for health related professionals. 8. Legislation in general, professional and occupational self-defense. 9. Prostředky k řešení sebeobranné situace: psychické, taktické, technické. Means for self-defense situation: psychological, tactical, technical. 10. Weapons in a crisis situation. Seminars: 1. Model situations of verbal and physical attacks. Integral connectionof a policeman, a firefighter and a health related professional in a crisis situation. 2. Practical sight into the Budo system. 3. Technical differences of martial arts, combat sports and self defense system. Legislative background of self-defense in model situations. 4. Basic techniques of Aikido system and Kokyu principle. 5. Assertive techniques in model situations ("scratched gramophone record", "open doors"). 6. The most common types of stress in medical intervention in model situations. 7. Typy neozbrojených útoků a základní reakce na ně. Types of unarmed attacks and basic responses to them. 8. Types of armed attacks and basic responses to them. 9. Items and objects near a paramedic rescue worker and their application in self-defense. 10. Rescue of a person in direct danger (searching for a shelter, call for help, transport).

Learning activities and teaching methods
Lecture, Practicum
  • Contact hours - 20 hours per semester
  • Presentation preparation (report) (1-10) - 10 hours per semester
  • Preparation for comprehensive test (10-40) - 23 hours per semester
professional knowledge
No particular prerequisites specified.
learning outcomes
A graduate understands fundamental differences of specific types of combat techniques. A graduate is able to apply principles of mental training. He/ she will be familiar with tactical training. A graduate is able to recognize possible danger of attack, to demonstrate basic types of strokes and falls. A graduate is able to cooperate with a lot of defenders in self-defense situation. He/ she is able to act effectively in saving in a dangerous situations.
teaching methods
assessment methods
Skills demonstration during practicum
Recommended literature
  • Fojtík, I. Aikido Cesta harmonie. Praha: Naše vojsko, 1993.
  • Fojtík, I. Budó. Praha: Naše vojsko, 2001.
  • Novák, M. Jujutsu. Praha: Grada Publishing, 2007.
  • Reguli, Z. Aikido. Průvodce pro žáky i učitele. Praha: Press, 2003.
  • Říčan, P. Psychologie. Praha: portál, 2005.
  • Stenudd, S. Aikidó - mírumilovné bojové umění. Praha: Kosmas, 2007.
  • Vágnerová, M. Psychopatologie mpro pomáhající profese. Portál, 1999.

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