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ROAR 2019: Rural Outback and Remote (ROAR) 2019 will explore: different approaches to medical equipment for remote or resource limited environments, strategies for achieving optimal performance, clinically, physically and mentally and much more.
ROAR 2019: Rural Outback and Remote (ROAR) 2019 will discuss the rates of kidney disease are high in Central Australia. For people from remote communities, getting the treatment they need means packing up their lives and moving to a regional centre to be close to a dialysis machine.
ROAR 2019: Rural Outback and Remote (ROAR) 2019 will cover key features around: • understanding escalation, effective communication, mental state assessment and de-escalation techniques. How your behaviour and attitudes affect others and your body’s physiological response to stress
ROAR 2019: Rural Outback and Remote (ROAR) 2019 will demonstrate the improvised medical skills needed to support patient care during extended extrications and focus on the basic principles of basic life support in out-ofhospital care.
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.
ROAR 2019: Rural Outback and Remote (ROAR) 2019 will cover the clinical issues impacted by geographical, political and cultural barriers; and experiences from the high Himalayas, war zones and the Pacific Islands will be shared to assist clinicians to work ‘where there is no ambulance’.
ROAR 2019: Rural Outback and Remote (ROAR) 2019 reflections on the experience of implementing a new model for delivery of remote emergency care and retrieval co-ordination; the challenges and future directions.