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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.
This talk will explore the nuances of assessment and management of the paediatric trauma patient compared with an adult. The talk will also touch on methods to help paramedics maintain their performance when experiencing the negative side effects of stress.
Sometimes trauma patients get themselves into mischief in inaccessible, remote or otherwise just crappy positions. Winch extractions of trauma patients are not without risk and this presentation will explore the intricacies and complexities of taking a trauma patient out on a 19 x 7 non-rotating steel cable.
This presentation will discuss the unique aspects of the Rural and Remote Context and describe some of the challenges encountered in delivery of trauma care in austere and resource limited settings.
In this presentation Carol Anne will present a few case studies that outline the challenges faced when providing trauma care to patients in extreme cold temperatures.
This keynote presentation will explore some of the key concepts, philosophy and challenges relating to prehospital trauma management.
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.
In Part 2 we are building on the knowledge gained from part 1 of our ECG CPD/Workshop. In this next instalment we will delve a little deeper to build on those skills and introduce the more challenging conditions that should be much easier to understand and interpret, with a great interactive quiz to finish.
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.
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.