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The College provides members with hundreds of free online courses to assist you with professional development. You can filter and search for courses of interest, plus “like” courses so you can find them easily in the future.

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.

Non-members can view a small selection of workshops for free (try before you buy), view all other workshops at a cost, or simply join to access all the content for free. Learn about Membership here.

PAIC 2018: Patients with dementia
  • Released: 22-09-2018
  • Renee Roggenkamp

This presentations aims to provide a better understanding of the clinical presentation of dementia patients, to assist win providing the most appropriate care and referral pathways. For ambulance attended and secondary triage cases.

  • 15 minutes
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CPD by the Sea 2018: Mental Health and Me
  • Released: 22-06-2018
  • Josh Smyth

CPD by the Sea 2018 presents a discussion on dealing with patients with mental health and how to best support our patient and ourselves on and off the field.

  • 35 minutes
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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 Ari Peach discuss the mental health law and combine the session with a suicide workshop.

  • 120 minutes
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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 Ari Peach discuss how NZ paramedics use counselling for their mental health.

  • 24 minutes
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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.

  • 20 minutes
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This webinar presents an of overview data from an international scoping literature review and national research into paramedic mental health, as well as details current research and preliminary results into Veterans and First Responder Families and Help-Seeking.

  • 55 minutes
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Mental Health Series (Session 1): Mental Health and Wellbeing in Paramedics
  • Released: 15-03-2021
  • Nicole Sadler, Anita Savic, Buck Reed & Simone Haigh

This session will provide an overview of the mental health and wellbeing impacts for paramedics, including risk and protective factors, and strategies for building and maintaining wellbeing in individuals and teams

  • 85 minutes
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Mental Health Series (Session 2): Mental Health and Wellbeing in Student and Early Career Paramedics
  • Released: 19-04-2021
  • Nicole Sadler, Anita Savic, Buck Reed & Sascha Baldry

This 90 minute webinar will be targeted at issues for students and early career paramedics, including preparing for the organisational and occupational stressors associated with being a paramedic, and how to develop and maintain self-care strategies.

  • 90 minutes
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Mental Health Series (Session 3): Mental Health and Wellbeing Throughout Your Paramedic Career
  • Released: 22-04-2021
  • Nicole Sadler, Buck Reed, Alisha McFarlane & Mitch Mullooly

This 90 minute webinar will be targeted at mental health and wellbeing issues for paramedics throughout their paramedicine career, including managing cumulative trauma exposure and transitioning out of the role.

  • 90 minutes
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Mental Health Series (Session 4): Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing as Leaders and Supervisors
  • Released: 11-05-2021
  • Nicole Sadler, Buck Reed, Todd Wehr, Nikki Johnston & Anita Savic

This 90 minute webinar will focus on the important role paramedicine leaders and managers have in supporting mental health and wellbeing in individuals and teams.

  • 90 minutes
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