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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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PA International Conference (PAIC) 2018: This abstract presentation will discuss a paramedic-witnessed paediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Victoria, Australia.
Paediatric Respiratory Emergencies and Pre-Hospital Decision Making for Paramedics. This session looks at the common paediatric presentations of noisy breathing and explores, via a diagnostic reasoning format, how to decipher which patients have what diagnosis.
Part Two of this two part paediatric webinar series, Katie Reeves and Robyn Brady considers the possible causes of an altered level of consciousness in children, how to easily assess them, and what things you can do to help in the pre-hospital setting
This multidisciplinary workshop will focus on clinical decision making and management of paediatric patients by focusing on the most common difficulties paramedics report with paediatrics.
Building on lessons learned from session one, session two will focus on application of critical assessment, treatment and referral decisions required by paramedics in managing the critical patient.
Key areas of focus within resuscitation will include neonatal resus as well as decisions and skills for intubation/LMA insertion as well as IV and IO access.
This practical session puts you in the drivers seat to manage case studies of critically ill paediatric and adult patients, focusing on tips and tricks for managing Paediatrics in the out of hospital setting.