As part of professional registration, Paramedics are required to complete and record ongoing CPD throughout the year. In this webinar, join Lisa Hobbs who will present on how to effectively plan your yearly CPD to ensure you meet your learning goals. Lisa is a registered paramedic, PHd candidate and Lecturer in Paramedic Science at the University of Southern Queensland. She has extensive experience and her research interests include Paramedic Continuing Professional Development, Paramedic Resilience and Paramedic Education.
Presenter - Lisa Hobbs
Hosts - Dan O'Brien & Shonel Hall
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Lisa Hobbs is a registered paramedic, PhD candidate and lecturer in Paramedicine at the University of Southern Queensland. From 2000-2018, Lisa worked in various roles within the Queensland Ambulance Service, including advanced care paramedic, officer in charge, emergency medical dispatcher and senior clinical educator. In 2014, she began teaching undergraduate paramedic students at university, before moving full-time into the tertiary sector. She has extensive experience as unit coordinator and course examiner of paramedic clinical and placement subjects at several Australian universities. Her research interests include paramedic education, paramedic continuing professional development, paramedic mental health, paramedic resilience, building employability in undergraduate paramedic students, building resilience in undergraduate paramedic students and disaster management. Lisa’s qualifications include Bachelor of Science (Psychology), Diploma Paramedical Science (Ambulance), Graduate Certificate Clinical Education, Graduate Diploma Health Management/Disaster Management, Master of Philosophy (Paramedicine), MACP, MANZMH and FHEA.
Dan O’Brien is a practicing registered paramedic and a clinical education officer with the Australasian College of Paramedicine. Dan has undertaken a variety of clinical, educational and leadership roles with the Queensland Ambulance Service and has experience working in Patient Safety and Quality with Children’s Health Queensland. Dan also works as a Sessional Tutor at the University of Southern Queensland. Dan’s clinical interests are in Paramedic Primary Care, patient safety and quality and clinical education. Outside of work, you will find him trying to have the perfect nap, walking his dog, spending time with family or mountain biking.
Shonel is a practicing midwife & paramedic as well as academic in paramedicine. She is passionate about out-of-hospital obstetrics and educating paramedics on birth and helping alleviate the fear surrounding these presentations. Outside of work Shonel is a wife and mother of 4 beautiful children under 10. She is an avid camper, Prosecco enthusiast and works toward reducing our the effect of our footprint on the planet.
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