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SAVE THE DATE: Pre-hospital Analgesia – tips, tricks and intranasal ketamine

About The Event

Save the date

Due to the current COVID lockdown in Victoria, we are waiting for the Victorian Government guidelines to ensure we can hold this event face-to-face.

Please save the date and register your interest. We will keep you updated when we have further information.

Discussion between both presenters – Robert Lasslett interviewing Robert Simpson regarding all things analgesia including:

  • Analgesia KPIs versus patient centered care
  • Assessment of pain
  • Choice of analgesic agents and dosing
  • Use of intranasal ketamine – early anecdotal experiences and tips

Photo by Diana Polekhina on Unsplash

Further information

Save the date

Due to the current COVID lockdown in Victoria, we are waiting for the Victorian Government guidelines to ensure we can hold this event face-to-face.

Please save the date and register your interest. We will keep you updated when we have further information.

6.30pm to 9.00pm AEST, Wednesday 18th August 2021

Face-to-face venue: Lecture Theatre SAL-9102, Building 9, Victoria University - St Albans Campus, McKechnie St, St Albans VIC 3021

The presentation will also be streamed live online.

To reserve your place, click on the "tickets" tab. Limited places available.

A NOTE REGARDING COVID-19

With the COVID-19 situation ever changing the College would like to reassure the attendees of this event that all precautions will be taken including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Ensuring all attendees sign in
  • Social distancing measures
  • Sanitiser stations

The College requires members, event attendees, volunteers and staff not to attend College events if, on the day of the event:

You are unwell, including exhibiting symptoms ranging from mild to severe illness, and include (but not limited to) fever, cough, sore throat, fatigue, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell

You have been or have any reason to suspect you have been exposed to someone with or suspected to have COVID-19

You have been tested for COVID-19 and are awaiting results

You live or work in an identified “hotspot” or place with known community transmission

You, or someone you live with, are in self-isolation because you / they have visited or travelled overseas within the past 28 days, or

You are in self-isolation due to having had contact with someone with suspected or diagnosed COVID-19.

Note: In relation to events with an attendance fee, the College will refund the ticket price to anyone unable to attend due to the above advice. Where an event has been planned or advertised and a case of community transmission is identified, then a decision will be made on a case by case basis by the College CEO as to whether the event will go ahead or will need to be postponed. In the event of cancellation of face-to-face events all registered guests will be notified and where possible the event will be changed to an online Webinar format.

Speakers

Robert Lasslett

Rob has been a paramedic for 11 years with the last 7 on MICA. He does a combination of single responding, dual crew work and also upward relieving into clinical and management roles. Rob also works as a postgraduate lecturer and unit coordinator for Monash University’s Master of Specialist Paramedic Practice and holds a Masters of Emergency Health.

Robert Simpson

Rob has been a paramedic for 22 years, with 13 of those being a MICA Paramedic. He is an appointed MICA Paramedic Educator and Single Responder in the western suburbs of Melbourne, and is currently acting as a Clinical Support Officer. Rob has a keen interest in education and has worked extensively for the education department in Ambulance Victoria, as well as lecturing for Victoria University. He was on the faculty of Social Media and Critical Care conferences for 5 years, teaching airway management to a variety of learners around the world. He is the only paramedic to have completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Teaching offered by Melbourne University School of Medicine Excellence in Clinical Teaching program.

Thanks to all our sponsors for this event

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Victoria University

Victoria University achieved university status in 1991, but our preceding institutions date back to 1916. We are one of Australia’s few dual-sector universities. Today, we have over 40,000 enrolled higher education, and vocational education and training students studying on our campuses.

Contact Details

To find out more contact +61 3 9919 4000 or www.vu.edu.au

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Event Information

Date
18th Aug 2021
Time
18:30 – 21:00 (AEST)
Venue
Victoria University - St Albans Campus
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