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Live Interactive Symposium - Day One

About The Event

This Live Interactive Symposium will be held over two days (20 and 21 November 2023) and will provide attendees eight hours of interactive CPD. This session will include a mix of live and pre-recorded webinars, followed by live case studies and panel discussions.

Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in live polls for selected sessions.

Drawing on the overwhelmingly positive feedback from previous years, 2023 will again bring the challenges and professional insights alive through recorded presentations, immersive case-based discussions, and practice panels designed to enhance your patient outcomes, evidence-based decision-making, and overall competence.

Click here to view the Live Interactive Symposium schedule

Don't miss this chance to elevate your practice and network with fellow professionals. Register now!

Please note: This online symposium is only available to College Members. If you are not already a member, you can sign up here to gain free access to this webinar.

For more information on day 2 of the symposium, click here

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Mitch Cowan

A Senior Cardiac Physiologist specialising in electrophysiology and electrocardiography, Mitchell has co-authored the current CSANZ guidelines for managing cardiac pacemakers and ICDs in the changing landscape of the Covid-19 pandemic. He was also a co-author in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) for the role of renal denervation in managing VT Storm. Mitchell is currently involved in studying how ECG features can predict risk and ablation site in patients with wolf Parkinson white syndrome, and runs the ECG course through Cardiac Physiology in Practice.

Tara McAndrew

Tara has worked as a paramedic for 24 years in NSW. She has worked at Campsie and Marrickville and worked at Rockdale after doing her ICP training for many years. She moved into academia, currently as a Lecturer in the School of Paramedicine at University of Tasmania's Sydney Campus. Tara has a keen interest in mental health of both paramedics and caring for people in the community. Tara also has a YouTube channel called 'Spotlight on Paramedicine'.

Jordan Emery

Jordan leads Ambulance Tasmania as the Chief Executive. He is deeply passionate about ensuring the organisation delivers world-class care that is high quality, compassionate and dignified. Prior to relocating to Tasmania, Jordan worked in various clinical and leadership roles with NSW Ambulance and in 2016, he relocated to New York for two years where he worked for a global mental health NGO delivering community mental health services to women in East Africa. Jordan holds a Master of Public Health and a Master of Health Management from the University of NSW and a Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) from Charles Sturt University.

Shell Piercy

Shell is an experienced paramedic and clinical nurse specialist/ nurse practitioner intern who has dedicated her career to providing emergency and primary health care in the challenging and varied landscapes of rural and remote Australasia. With 23 years of combined experience in paramedicine and nursing, Shell has honed her current skillset in a variety of settings across New Zealand and Australia, including metro ambulance and emergency departments, rural general practice, remote area ambulance, military medicine, wilderness paramedicine, and remote area hospitals, to name just a few. Shell is passionate about improving access to healthcare for the most vulnerable populations, improving health outcomes for Māori and Indigenous Australians, and managing healthcare delivery where resources are limited, and access to medical facilities is often hindered by vast distances and rugged terrains.

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Event Information

20th Nov 2023
13:00 – 17:00 (AEDT)

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