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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.

Julia Williams talks about this research on exploring factors increasing paramedics likelihood of administering analgesia in pre-hospital pain: a cross-sectional study.

  • 23 minutes
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Quetiapine: A need to know phenomenon in massive overdose
  • Released: 31-05-2020
  • Alex Hartley MSpecParamed(c), BParamedcPrac, BHM(Edu.)

This case review session explores the little-known concept of paradoxical hypotension in large quetiapine overdose when treated with adrenaline via infusion. This session aims to guide clinical practice by discussing the implications for the pre-hospital management of this increasingly common presentation.

  • 50 minutes
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Drug awareness and illicit drug use
  • Released: 13-09-2018
  • Stacey Solomou

This presentation will discuss generational changes in illicit drug usage and addiction. Stacey will discuss the social and economic implications for long term drug usage.

  • 101 minutes
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The ABC of DKA, a clinical case discussion
  • Released: 23-11-2020
  • Jarrod Wakeling

This session will describe a clinical case involving a patient with possible DKA (Diabetic Ketoacidosis) and drug OD, highlighting the pathophysiology, management and some of the possible pre hospital considerations in regards to management of this cohort of patient.

  • 60 minutes
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ACPCIC20: With the evolving opioid crisis, a metric for community overdoses is needed. Paramedic Narcan Administration is a newly popular metric for community overdoses, but it may not be as reliable as previously believed and is becoming less reliable as time goes on.

  • 20 minutes
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APCIC20 - In this presentation, Shayna will discuss her undergraduate study on the prevalence of Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus in non-emergency ambulances.

  • 20 minutes
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