Focus students celebrate their two-week journey by enjoying a graduation ceremony with certificates from their instructors.
Emergency Medicine students put their skills to the test as they respond to a "mass casualty incident" and treat "wounded" patients (acted out by EXPLO faculty).
Students visit the STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation at Brigham and Women's Hospital to practice skills they've learned with the guidance of medical professionals.
Emergency Medicine students witness a staged rescue scenario in which the Norton Fire Department team uses the jaws of life to rip apart a vehicle.
Students practice stitching up wounds with sutures.
Students are instructed on proper CPR technique by members of the National EMS Institute.
Emergency Medicine students use the skills they've learned this week to test vitals of other students and staff.
Students explore transportation vehicles and emergency medicine technologies at Boston MedFlight.
Students study anatomy by dissecting a sheep's heart.
Students construct models to demonstrate how the lungs and diaphragm function.