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ACPIC 2020: Dr Kathryn Eastwood presents her research study on ambulance dispatch of older patients following primary and secondary telephone triage in metropolitan Melbourne.
This session will describe a clinical case involving a patient with possible DKA (Diabetic Ketoacidosis) and drug OD, highlighting the pathophysiology, management and some of the possible pre hospital considerations in regards to management of this cohort of patient.
This CPD covers the challenges encountered when an emergency occurs in a remote area from a clinical perspective as well as the input of Telehealth and the role that they play. It highlights the importance of inter-agency work and collaboration.
Complex, deadly and more common than you think. The ACP student committee has organised a webinar focused on sepsis. Join us for a presentation from Matt Ames, a sepsis survivor and Professor Simon Finfer AO, who is the director of the Australian Sepsis Network as well as an executive member of the Global Sepsis Alliance.
It’s what we learn - after we know it all - that counts. Sascha shares her journey as a middle-aged wife and mother, into university and paramedicine, my trials and achievements and what it’s like to be a learner in a new career when you were pretty sure you’d nailed the adulting thing.
Pre-hospital mass casualty response – are you prepared? Brian Parsell, Chief Inspector – Duty Operations Manager with New South Wales Ambulance Service to discuss pre-hospital mass casualty response. Brian has a wealth of experience and has worked with NSW Ambulance for the past 30 years as an Intensive Care Paramedic and Operational Commander.