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Live Interactive Symposium - Day Two

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 1 of the symposium, click here

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Skye Coote

Skye Coote is a Stroke Nurse Practitioner and is the Nursing Lead of the Melbourne Mobile Stroke Unit. She is also the project manager for the Australian Stroke Alliance's national prehospital stroke education program. Previously an ICU and ED nurse, Skye has worked in stroke for the past 12 years. She has a Masters Degree in Nursing, and is the only nurse in Australia to hold an Advanced Neurovascular Practitioner fellowship certification. She sits on the board of the Acute Stroke Nurses Education Network and the Association of Neurovascular Clinicians. She has published and presented internationally on stroke and the Mobile Stroke Unit.

Sascha Baldry

Sascha completed a Bachelor of Paramedic Practice in 2015 and has been employed as a paramedic with NSW Ambulance working in the Murrumbidgee, Southern and South West Sydney areas. She is also employed as a sessional academic and research assistant at Western Sydney University, teaching into both paramedicine and interprofessional health science units. She is in the final year of a Master of Research and has been extensively involved with the Australasian College of Paramedicine for many years. She is currently a co-chair of the Community Paramedicine Working Group.

Tanie Stickland

Tanie is an Advanced Life Support Paramedic Instructor commencing with Ambulance Victoria (AV) in 2006 after having completed the first Bachelor Emergency Health (Paramedic) degree program at Monash in 2005. Recently she has joined Monash University’s Department of Paramedicine as the course coordinator for Fire Rescue Victoria’s (FRV) Emergency Medical Response training program. Tanie is also a current Monash postgraduate Honours student. She is a mum of 4, lover of coffee, spending time with family & friends at the family's farm in North East Victoria and netball.

Tash Adams

Natasha Adams is a Senior Critical Care Paramedic with the Queensland Ambulance Service, working with the Brisbane High Acuity Response Unit. Her clinical interests include progressive trauma and medical care, clinical education and leadership development.

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Event Information

21st Nov 2023
10:00 – 14:00 (AEDT)

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