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Paramedic professionalism and registration means that reflective practice is no longer something to be left behind when university ends. Tammie Bullard, paramedic and author of a reflective practice text, to refresh your approach. Find alternative, easier ways to make it an ongoing, stress free part of life.
This session will discuss pre-hospital paediatric pain management, from distraction to Intranasal Fentanyl and everything inbetween. Joe recently teamed up with fellow Don't Forget The Bubbles (DFTB) team member Dr Dani Hall to publish a well-cited blog on Pre-hospital Analgesia in Paediatrics.
This presentation will discuss some of the early findings, challenges and experiences. This insightful webinar will provide paramedics with a better understanding of autism; what it is and what is isn’t and strategies to manage a patient on the spectrum.
A panelist of academics from several Australian and New Zealand universities discuss the impact of Covid19 on paramedic students.
Innovative approaches to patient care became a necessity with the COVID-19 pandemic in British Columbia, Canada.
Nick Roder of Air Ambulance Victoria takes us through the role of PEEP and End-tidal monitoring in the pre-hospital setting
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.