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ACPIC20 - This session explores the psychological impacts of the COVID 19 pandemic on paramedicine students and the coping strategies utilised by the cohort.
ACPIC20 - This presentation explores what practices exist in paramedic education and training for mental health and psychosocial care and to what extent paramedics and educators find this training to be sufficient.
ACPIC20 - This presentation explored an end of life case which occurred over a 3-day, weekend period. 28 y/o, Danielle was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour. Active treatment had been ceased and measures were instituted for Danielle to die at home.
ACPIC20 - This presentation describes the SATIATED2 study completed in North East Ambulance Service (UK) which explored the impact of Suction Assisted Laryngoscopy and Airway Decontamination (SALAD) training on paramedics’ ability to intubate a severely soiled airway.
APCIC20 - In this presentation, Shayna will discuss her undergraduate study on the prevalence of Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus in non-emergency ambulances.
ACPIC20 - Panel discussion about the translation of pre-hospital research to practice
ACPIC20 - Findings of a study that aimed to evaluate whether SPs who have rotated into primary care appropriately increased the level and trend of non-conveyance decisions in a cost-effective manner.
ACPIC20 - Zainab discusses the findings of the impact of temporal changes in the epidemiology and management of traumatic OHCA on survival outcomes, using data from the Victorian Ambulance Cardiac Arrest Registry