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All the courses are designed to help you meet the requirements of paramedic registration, so they automatically include self reflection, and when completed they are added to your learning record in the ACP portal.
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National Conference 2016: Understanding contextual factors in paramedic care for people who self harm, the research process applied to this topic and discusses and considers the theme revealed in the study.
This presentation is to educate and bring awareness to the other side of the fence about the experience of people living with a mental illness, how to cope, resilience and to break down the stigma and discrimination that surrounds it.
ROAR 2019: Rural Outback and Remote (ROAR) 2019 presents essential skills in personal resilience. This workshop commences with an explanation of the signs and symptoms of burnout followed by an instructor-led mindfulness exercise.
This panel discussion, chaired by Dr. Ruth Townsend, will explore the, at times, confusing legal and ethical area of paramedic management of mental health patients.
PAIC 2018 Conference presents an abstract presentation on self-reported stigma towards people with mental illness
Following on from his popular session at this year's Trauma on the Border conference, Todd Wehr Director, Staff Support, Priority One at Queensland Ambulance Service, is back to answer your questions on this important subject.