Ambulance personnel are expected to be able to perform reserved procedures. Read more about the review here.

Review of reserved and high-risk operations Ambulance

Under the BIG Act and the Decree on Functional Independence, an ambulance nurse may perform protocolized (reserved and risky) actions without the supervision or intervention of a physician. The ambulance nurse is personally responsible for maintaining and demonstrating (professional) competence. One way to present (subject) competence (“know” and “show” from the Miller pyramid) is to test actions.

Theoretical section:
You independently go through 13 mandatory e-learning modules, which must be successfully completed before taking part in the practical assessment.
Practical section:
You will be sent observation lists of all actions that will be tested for preparation. During the practical session, you will be practically tested in a simulated setting. Two teachers independently assess the actions using so-called “evidence-based” observation lists.

Learning objectives course

Upon completion of the practical assessment, you will have demonstrated mastery of the following during a simulated setting:

Target audience and level:

BIG registered ambulance nurse

Length and study load:

Preparation (theory): 6-10 hours (depending on prior education and experience).
Assessment (practical): 1.5 hours.

Study Material

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