Summer Issue of Response magazine out now!
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Summer Issue of Response magazine out now!

The Summer Issue of Response magazine features a review on PAIC 2019; a Q&A profile with Krystal Smith; an article by psychologist Lee Rushton outlining strategies to employ when feeling stressed or overwhelmed; health and fitness; reviews; research, and much more.  Click here to access the flipbook or download the pdf. 

Your Vote is needed – ACP Logo design Round two
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Your Vote is needed – ACP Logo design Round two

The Australasian College of Paramedicine Board has been pleased with the strong engagement from members voting on the initial selection of potential ACP logos, with over 1450 votes received and hundreds of comments. A new group of logos, including the winning design from round one (with some enhancements), plus four new designs (based on feedback...

Message from the UK College of Paramedics in support of emergency personnel fighting the bushfires
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Message from the UK College of Paramedics in support of emergency personnel fighting the bushfires

In a warm and heartfelt message to Australian paramedics, College of Paramedics Chief Executive Tracy Nicholls said, “For many weeks now, we have been watching the tragedies unfold as the bushfires have devastated large parts of eastern Australia, mainly New South Wales and Victoria. While the news stories have predominantly focused on the efforts of...

Logo design – Australasian College of Paramedicine
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Logo design – Australasian College of Paramedicine

The Australasian College of Paramedicine Board has received over 1300 votes with hundreds of comments providing some excellent feedback to enhance the logos circulated. The Board intend to run a number of rounds of design and voting to help decide the final logo for the ACP, and will be working on modifications and options from...

Logo selection – Australasian College of Paramedicine
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Logo selection – Australasian College of Paramedicine

The Australasian College of Paramedicine Board has commissioned the development of a logo and has two designs in two colour options to share with members for consideration. The brief provided to the design company was for a modern logo that is representative of paramedicine in Australasia. There are two symbols to choose from: Star of Life...

Australasian College of Paramedicine – Membership Fees & Transfer
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Australasian College of Paramedicine – Membership Fees & Transfer

The Australasian College of Paramedicine (ACP) will begin full operation on 1 March 2020 – this will also be the merger settlement date when PA and ANZCP cease providing member services. Membership fees ACP membership fees have been decided by the ACP Board, with some consultation still to take place in relation to New Zealand...

Australasian College of Paramedicine Constitutional Review Panel
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Australasian College of Paramedicine Constitutional Review Panel

The Australasian College of Paramedicine Constitutional Review Panel has now issued an Interim Report on the review of the ACP Constitution and the member representative model. Timelines Member consultation phase – extended to 13 December 2019 Constitutional Review Panel – 19 November to 19 December 2019 Recommendations provided to ACP Board – 20 December 2019. Panel...

Australasian College of Paramedicine – Board Communiqué
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Australasian College of Paramedicine – Board Communiqué

Australasian College of Paramedicine – Board Communiqué, 29 November 2019 The Board of the Australasian College of Paramedicine held its inaugural Board meeting on Wednesday 27 November 2019 in Hobart. All Directors were present at this first meeting: Peter Jurkovsky, Simone Haigh, Marty Nichols, Michael Smith, Dr Bronwyn Tunnage and Ryan Lovett. The Board elected Peter...

PA AND ANZCP PROPOSED MERGER – INFORMATION COMMUNIQUÉ 5
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PA AND ANZCP PROPOSED MERGER – INFORMATION COMMUNIQUÉ 5

You will have read in a previous communiqué that we are undertaking a review of the Australasian College of Paramedicine (ACP) Constitution. This review involves a member consultation phase and a constitutional review panel, who will provide collective recommendations to the ACP Board by 20 December. Timelines Member consultation phase – 7 November to 4...