This presentation brings together ANZCP Chair, Marty Nichols, and Associate Professor Stephen Gough ASM, Chair of the Paramedicine Board of Australia, to have a conversation about where we are at with national registration of paramedics almost one year in.
Stephen is a career paramedic and senior executive who has worked in the ambulance and health sectors for almost four decades. He has worked in a number of ambulance services in Australia, holding senior positions in line operations, education, staff development, communications, strategy and key areas of corporate and clinical management. He holds a range of tertiary qualifications, is a registered paramedic and has been credentialed to practise at both advanced life support and intensive care levels.
Stephen is currently the Assistant Commissioner, Capability and Development within the Queensland Ambulance Service and holds adjunct Associate Professor appointments at several Australian Universities.
In his role as a health leader, he has a passion for the development of the paramedic profession and health service delivery models, innovation and change, particularly in the enhancement of the provision of health services to rural Australians.
Stephen and Marty are joined by Paul Fisher, Executive Officer of the Paramedicine Board of Australia.
This presentation is from ANZCP2019 Melbourne, the College's annual major conference.
FPA FIML FACHSM FCEDM GAICD Chair Paramedicine Board of Australia