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The pre-hospital management of mass-casualty incidents is a challenging space for many paramedics, due to the rare nature of these events and the significantly different practices implemented whilst under significant pressure. Join Cam & Craig to explore concepts of mass-casualty management and discuss the real-world experience of mass-casualty incidents.
In Part 1 of our ECG CPD/Workshop we will roll back to the basic components of a rhythm strips and 12 lead ECG’s, applying context and setting default recognition habits in order to confidently comment on AV Blocks, Bundle branches, and Axis deviation.
Systematic reviews, scoping reviews, narrative reviews; what’s the difference and why do we see so many of these published? Why are literature reviews such a vital part of research? How do we conduct them and what do they add to they add?
This session will provide an overview of the mental health and wellbeing impacts for paramedics, including risk and protective factors, and strategies for building and maintaining wellbeing in individuals and teams
Building on lessons learned from session one, session two will focus on application of critical assessment, treatment and referral decisions required by paramedics in managing the critical patient.
ACPIC 2020: Panel discussion - Paramedic Accreditation, implications for WIL preceptors and facilitators
This multidisciplinary workshop will focus on clinical decision making and management of paediatric patients by focusing on the most common difficulties paramedics report with paediatrics.