The College is pleased to bring you the most comprehensive, in-depth paramedic conference on the Australasian calendar in 2020.
Your patients. Your profession. Your future.
The ACP International Conference 2020 provides an unmatched opportunity to learn from experts and leaders in paramedicine, with research, case studies, panel discussions, presentations and much more over three comprehensive event days.
Due to the unknown future restrictions with travel and gatherings, ACPIC20 will be delivered as an online conference.
The conference program will be delivered over three days, allowing attendees across Australia, New Zealand and other parts of the world a chance to watch live sessions as well as recorded sessions.
For information on abstract submissions please see the 'details' tab.
The College is excited to confirm that Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons will be a keynote speaker at ACPIC 2020. Commissioner Fitzsimmons led the NSW Rural Fire Service through the summer’s devastating bushfires and was recently appointed to lead Resilience NSW, a newly established agency set up by the NSW Government to “lead the whole-of-government prevention, preparedness and recovery effort”. The agency will oversee and coordinate emergency management policy, service delivery and all aspects of disaster recovery at a state, national and international level.
The ACPIC20 Event Platform
ACPIC20 will be delivered as an online conference. As an attendee you will have exclusive access to our ACPIC20 online event platform. During the three event days (21-23 October 2020) you can view live presentations and interact with other attendees and speakers through our chat forums as well as view recorded sessions you may have missed.
Your exclusive access to the event platform will remain active for two months post event. This means you can go back and re-watch session recordings and still participate in forum discussions with other attendees.
Call for abstracts
Submissions for scientific abstracts and case presentations are now open.
For information on the scientific abstract submissions click here.
For information on the clinical case presentation submissions click here.
Submission deadline has been extended and now closes on Friday 7th August 2020.
Registrations for the conference have not yet opened. The College will advise all members once tickets are available.
If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact email@example.com.
Currently no tickets are available for this event. Check back soon for more information, or get in contact with us to discuss purchasing a ticket in advance.