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This webinar will have a varied scope, with something for clinicians at every stage in their career - whether you're a university student or an intensive care paramedic. This will present selected case studies and ECGs in this webinar, to help you avoid ECG mistakes you cannot afford to make.
Ultrasound has fast become the F1 of the medical world. Sleek machinery, impressive technology and promises of victory for those that can drive the machines the best.
This presentation is to educate and bring awareness to the other side of the fence about the experience of people living with a mental illness, how to cope, resilience and to break down the stigma and discrimination that surrounds it.
Paramedic professionalism and registration means that reflective practice is no longer something to be left behind when university ends. Tammie Bullard, paramedic and author of a reflective practice text, to refresh your approach. Find alternative, easier ways to make it an ongoing, stress free part of life.
This session will discuss pre-hospital paediatric pain management, from distraction to Intranasal Fentanyl and everything inbetween. Joe recently teamed up with fellow Don't Forget The Bubbles (DFTB) team member Dr Dani Hall to publish a well-cited blog on Pre-hospital Analgesia in Paediatrics.
This presentation will discuss some of the early findings, challenges and experiences. This insightful webinar will provide paramedics with a better understanding of autism; what it is and what is isn’t and strategies to manage a patient on the spectrum.
A panelist of academics from several Australian and New Zealand universities discuss the impact of Covid19 on paramedic students.