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This panel discussion will explore aspects of pharmacology, both theoretical and practical, that paramedics need to be doing better.
In this session, our three presenters will be discussing the translation of research findings into practice
In this session, panellists will discuss and challenge aspects of paramedic practice that are ingrained and perpetuated – but not necessarily evidence based.
In this seminar, Ryan will use his experience as a Clinical Instructor to give you winning strategies to excel in your grad year, and set you up for your future career.
It's easier than you think to violate patient privacy on social media. Learn how to avoid common traps and understand the law when it comes to protecting patients and yourself online.
This presentation identifies the importance of understanding ECG changes suggestive of myocardial infarction without ST-elevation.
This session will highlight the key differences in circumstances when accessing emergency healthcare due to a moderate to severe asthma exacerbation between rural or remote and metropolitan areas
This presentation will discuss the lived experience of the patient with reference to recent research into the experience of patients while in paramedic care.
This session will explore the the dual paramedic nurse role, how it may look in the future, and how it will function within the multidisciplinary health care team
Are body-worn cameras a worthwhile investment for reducing occupational violence?