ACPIC 2020: Clinical case study: Crew attending Yellow Wiggle


About the course

In October 2020, ACP was pleased to deliver our first fully online and interactive paramedic conference. The conference attracted over 1100 attendees, 60 speakers and 36 sessions.

Presented by: Grace Jones, James Urio and Jackson Scriven.

In 2020, Australia nearly lost beloved former Wiggle Greg Page when he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest in the middle of a bushfire relief concert while on stage with The Wiggles.

In this session we will hear an account from the two attending paramedics, James Urio and Jackson Scriven, as well as Grace Jones an off-duty nurse who was in the audience of the concert and is credited to saving his life.

Biographies:

Grace Jones - Grace is a Registered Nurse currently employed at Royal North Shore Hospital in Acute Cardiology/ CCU. Grace has been working as a nurse since 2016 after completing her Diploma of Enrolled Nursing at St Leonard’s TAFE and going on to do her Bachelor of Nursing at University of Technology, Sydney.

James Urio - James is a Qualified Paramedic working in the Western Sydney Metropolitan area of NSW. He has been a Paramedic with NSW Ambulance since 2016 and is currently undertaking Intensive Care Paramedic training. James has completed a Bachelor of Paramedic Practice with University of Tasmania and currently studying a Masters of Specialist Paramedic Practice with Monash University.

Jackson Scriven - Jackson is a Qualified Paramedic working in the Western Sydney Metropolitan area of NSW. He has been a Paramedic with NSW Ambulance since 2016 and is currently undertaking Extended Care Paramedic training. Jackson completed his Bachelor of Paramedicine at The University of the Sunshine Coast, QLD.


Presented by Grace Jones, James Urio and Jackson Scriven


Course Lessons

Course Information

Length
10 minutes
Released
3rd Mar 2021
Cost
Member free
Non-member $19
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