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SPANZ 2018 symposium is targeted at delegates working in the pre-hospital setting and is predominantly open to students from paramedicine, nursing, social work, medicine and police recruits. This session will have our presenter Stu Cook will share some of the 'confessions' he has been told by experienced 'older' paramedics.
SPANZ 2018 symposium is targeted at delegates working in the pre-hospital setting and is predominantly open to students from paramedicine, nursing, social work, medicine and police recruits. This session will have our presenter Ari Peach discuss how NZ paramedics use counselling for their mental health.
It’s what we learn - after we know it all - that counts. Sascha shares her journey as a middle-aged wife and mother, into university and paramedicine, my trials and achievements and what it’s like to be a learner in a new career when you were pretty sure you’d nailed the adulting thing.
ACPIC20: This presentation identifies the patient and case characteristics related to emergency department suitability in patients referred for emergency ambulance dispatch following secondary telephone triage.
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.