David Jaensch, Community Paramedic and Intensive Care Paramedic with SA Ambulance Service will be presenting Ceduna's highly sucessful community paramedic program. The program, which was named the winner in the 'excellence in strengthening partnerships' category of the 2019 SA Health Awards, aims to improve the health management of Indigenous people by working with agencies to deliver health checks and building trust with people who had not previously engaged with health services.
Thursday 18th June 2020, 15:00 AEST
The webinar will be held online via Zoom.
Please register via the "Tickets" tab.
A Zoom webinar link will be emailed to you the morning of the event date.
David is an SA Ambulance Service Community Paramedic who began working in Ceduna in early 2017 soon after this program began. He has extensive experience with SA Ambulance Service, having served for 38 years in a variety of roles, including 23 years as an Intensive Care Paramedic, 13 years as a Clinical Team Leader and 2 years as an Operations Manager before returning to his clinical role. David’s work with SA Ambulance Service has led to him working with communities across the South Australia, including those in Murray Bridge, Port Lincoln, Whyalla and now his current role in Ceduna.
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|ACP member ticket||Free|
|Non member ticket||$19.00|