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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.

Talking Research: Cohort Studies
  • Released: 10-06-2021
  • Dr Jocasta Ball & Dr Paul Simpson

In this session Dr Jocasta Ball will provide an overview of cohort studies, followed by a discussion/Q&A session with some authors of recently published cohort studies

  • 75 minutes
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Student Webinar: Are you well equipped to manage a patient with intellectual disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder?

  • 50 minutes
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National Reconciliation Week: Bush Medicine
  • Released: 03-06-2021
  • Uncle Ken Jones

By the end of this session, participants will have a basic understanding about the history of bush medicine and how certain plants are still used for pain relief.

  • 60 minutes
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Information session from the LAS about their recruitment process and what a job with them may look like

  • 1 minutes
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TotB21 - Rescue Through the Wreckage
  • Released: 12-05-2021
  • Elliot Burton & Prudence Snedden

Background of Road Crash Rescue and why practice makes perfect, Scene Safety and how teamwork makes a difference & much more.

  • 30 minutes
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TotB21 - Penetrating Trauma - is this one for real?
  • Released: 12-05-2021
  • Dr. John Glasheen

This talk will analyse the prehospital assessment and management of penetrating trauma including the accuracy of clinical wound examination, the evidence base behind current treatment strategies and the interface between prehospital and in-hospital care.

  • 24 minutes
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In this presentation we will look at some of the complexities of the pre-hospital setting that can act like “curve balls”, potentially compromising, confusing and distracting us in the field and discuss how to avoid them.

  • 24 minutes
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TotB21 - A Complicated Island Retrieval
  • Released: 12-05-2021
  • Hannah Gaulke

Managing the many challenges of retrieving an injured patient from a remote indigenous island community when you cannot fly

  • 30 minutes
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TotB21 - Working Under Pressure 
  • Released: 12-05-2021
  • Phil Gadd

Diving emergencies present unique challenges to medical professionals, particularly in the pre-hospital environment and it is important that clinicians maintain current knowledge of dive physiology, types of potential dive emergencies and evidence-based treatment protocols.

  • 24 minutes
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TotB21 - Trauma on the high seas
  • Released: 12-05-2021
  • Renee McHugh

This is a reflective memoir of Renee McHugh's time at sea in Western Africa as a volunteer medic for Sea Shepherd.

  • 30 minutes
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