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This scenario covers a situation of a seizure in someone with known epilepsy. The first aiders are covering a local college ball when they are called to a person fitting on the floor just outside the silent disco. The patient is having tonic-clonic seizures on their arrival and is lying pretty close to some some empty glasses that are lying around the corridor.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Medical Conditions,  Scene Management,  Dealing with Dangers, 

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The first aiders are called to a man who has burnt himself whilst cooking. They find the man sat in his kitchen crying and hunched over his right arm. The arm is very red and slightly blistered. You note when he looks to you that his face is also burnt. Any previous hot liquids have been cleared away. This scenario is about initial burns treatment.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Heat Extremes,  Burns, 

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This scenario is a relatively straightforward CPR scenario where drowning is suspected. The first aiders will be called to a patient who has just been dragged out the river by their mates. The patient will not be breathing and there will be no bystander CPR in progress on the first aiders arrival.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Resus/CPR,  Primary Survey,  Scene Management, 

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The first aiders are faced with a trauma scenario where they are called to a man who has fallen from a roof of a two storey building and is screaming in pain. You could consider adding in a worried bystander to complicate the scene if you wanted to make it more difficult. The scenario will include central neck pain, rib injury, fractured pelvis and fractured mid-shaft femur leading to haemorrhagic shock.

Difficulty: Ambulance Crew (non HCP) Number of patients: 1
Tags: Trauma,  Bleeds,  Primary Survey,  Scene Management, 

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This scenario is aimed to help people recognise a case of meningitis. The first aiders are at book festival event in a busy town centre and are called into someone's house to have a look at their friend who isn't feeling well. The patient will be sitting on their arrival, looking quite pale and 'feeling quite ill'.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Medical Conditions,  History Taking,  Neurological Conditions, 

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This scenario present an unusual set of symptoms from a heart attack and encourages students to consider atypical presentations. You are called to a woman sat outside who is flushed and sweating. She complains of having hot flashes and nausea and appears a little confused. She is with her friend, who called the ambulance. The patient insists that she does not need help.

Difficulty: First Aider Difficult Number of patients: 1
Tags: Primary Survey,  Cardiovascular Conditions,  Chest Pain, 

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The first aiders are called to a patient at a local community fair who is reportably 'unconscious and has vomited. On arrival, the first aiders will find the patient slumped in a chair flitting between pain and voice responsive. The patient appears a bit 'sleepy'. The patients clothes covered in vomit. There is a small crowd around. A first aid post is 5mins walk away. This scenario helps the first aiders practice good airway management skills and moving and handling skills. The underlying problem is acute food poisoning.

Difficulty: First Aider Moderate Number of patients: 1
Tags: Primary Survey,  History Taking, 

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The first aiders are at a large event and are covering the whole town. The event has finished and it's now the evening and getting towards the end of the cover. An older man walks up to the first aiders and asks if they carry a spray. After questioning, the man will tell them that he has Angina and currently has chest pain but left his GTN spray back in his hotel (around the corner). However, after finding out that the don't carry a spray, the man will refuse all treatment and say his is fine and will just go to the pub (next to where the first aiders are). This scenario is about dealing with the situation where a patient has capacity and refuses assessment and treatment.

Difficulty: First Aider Moderate Number of patients: 1
Tags: Chest Pain,  Communication, 

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The first aiders are called to a patient who is 'acting a bit strangely' by a member of the public who has now left the scene. On arrival you find a man stumbling around the street, a bit unsteady on their feet. The patient is suffering from hypoglycaemia although won't give away the fact that they have diabetes that quickly - the patient will just say that they go to a clinic to check-ups on their blood, takes tablets and has been told to watch what he eats. The patient won't state that they have diabetes but will confirm if asked.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Medical Conditions,  History Taking, 

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The first aiders are called to a distressed person in a college welfare room who was brought there by the bouncers as he was being rather aggressive at the bar party. The patient is sitting on a chair at the far end of the room, head in his hands. When first aiders approach, starts yelling at them to "f*** off!". Patient appears aggressive for the first minutes, but will let ONE first aider approach carefully after talking to them for a bit. reluctant to be touched though, although will let the first aider touch him after a while, and let others approach. The patient is diabetic and hypoglycaemic.

Difficulty: First Aider Easy Number of patients: 1
Tags: Medical Conditions,  History Taking,  Communication,