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ACPIC 2020: This presentation and the already published paper in the Australasian Journal of Paramedicine forms the final peer-reviewed paper of Angela Martin’s PhD. Her research has both built on and contributed to a broader body of work exploring Community Paramedicine.
ACPIC 2020: In 2019, Trent, a 30 year old supervisor for bulk earthworks in a quarry, was crushed between a huge wheel and chassis of a large truck 80km south east of Melbourne. Michaela Malcolm presents on the pre hospital management, and Dr John Moloney, Head of Trauma Anaesthesia, talks about the in hospital care of Trent.
ACPIC 2020: This presentation briefly discusses the challenges of the application process from a paramedic perspective, the benefits of dual skills, and the challenges of working as a paramedic crew medical officer in an extreme environment such as future Mars missions.
ACPIC 2020: This case study session will be an overview of a status seizure case on a remote island in Vanuatu only accessible via helicopter. The session will focus on status seizure treatment and the austere environment
ACPIC20: This presentation identifies the patient and case characteristics related to emergency department suitability in patients referred for emergency ambulance dispatch following secondary telephone triage.
ACPIC 2020: In this presentation Ben Meadley discusses the logistical and operational challenges associated with continuously monitoring paramedic health, and suggests strategies that ambulance services can implement to care for their most important asset - their staff.
ACPIC 2020: Dr Kathryn Eastwood presents her research study on ambulance dispatch of older patients following primary and secondary telephone triage in metropolitan Melbourne.
ACPIC 2020: In this presentation, Tony Smith discusses the lessons learned during the 2019 volcanic eruption and how this event impacted the ambulance service and health service in New Zealand.