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Part Two of this two part paediatric webinar series, Katie Reeves and Robyn Brady considers the possible causes of an altered level of consciousness in children, how to easily assess them, and what things you can do to help in the pre-hospital setting
Paediatric Respiratory Emergencies and Pre-Hospital Decision Making for Paramedics. This session looks at the common paediatric presentations of noisy breathing and explores, via a diagnostic reasoning format, how to decipher which patients have what diagnosis.
Watch an ACP student focused event, discussing the transition from University student to on-road paramedic. The speaker panel are graduates who have recently experienced the transition from student to paramedic.
The UK College of Paramedics and the Australasian College of Paramedicine are pleased to be collaborating on this webinar, featuring the Queensland High Acuity Response Unit and their role in responding to critically unwell medical and trauma patients. It will discuss the training, clinical governance, skill mix, equipment and team focus on clinical excellence in prehospital critical care.
Following on from his popular session at this year's Trauma on the Border conference, Todd Wehr Director, Staff Support, Priority One at Queensland Ambulance Service, is back to answer your questions on this important subject.
This panel discussion, chaired by Dr. Ruth Townsend, will explore the, at times, confusing legal and ethical area of paramedic management of mental health patients.
This presentation will discuss why does Infection Control matter? (perhaps this is a moot point in today’s situation?) How does this impact on the paramedic profession and what are the challenges to implementing this across that industry?