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Paediatrics Webinar Series (Session Four): IV and IO Access in the Adult and Paediatric Patient

About The Event

Paediatrics Webinar Series

The College is excited to announce a series of paediatric online modules for its members.

Starting on Wednesday 3rd March, this will include four interactive workshops delivered by experts from Medicine, Paramedicine, and Nursing.

These sessions will cover topics raised by members to improve their care of the complex paediatric patient, including skill refreshers on uncommon skills such as Intraosseous access.

Each webinar will include specialist guest speakers and will be hosted by veteran College presenter & NSW Ambulance Paramedic, Dr Alexander Cardenas.

Session One: Applied Paediatric Care for the Paramedic

This session is an interactive session that will cover the key components of paediatric care for practicing paramedics. This multidisciplinary workshop will focus on clinical decision making and management of paediatric patients by focusing on the most common difficulties paramedics report with paediatrics. Participants will leave with practical and evidence based solutions they can immediately take to the next shift.

To watch the recording of this Webinar CLICK HERE

Session Two: Child in Crises- Advanced Paediatric Resuscitation Core Principles and Application

Following a very successful Session 1 that focused on respiratory conditions, Session 2 of the module will continue to utilise the highly interactive menti-meter webinar methodology to provide you with relevant and practical tips and tricks for the management of critically ill paediatrics. The session will apply unique paediatric physiology to pre-hospital settings and be hosted by Dr Alexander Cardenas with guest speaker Dr Cassandra Brown

Building on lessons learned from session one, session two will focus on application of critical assessment, treatment and referral decisions required by paramedics in managing the critical patient. Referencing best practice protocols and skills from national Paediatric Resuscitation Standards, this is a must see any on-road paramedic.

Guest Speakers:

-Dr Cassandra Brown (Chief Resident Medical Officer, Westmead Children’s Hospital)

To watch the recording of this Webinar CLICK HERE

Session Three: The ABCs of Paediatric & Neonatal Resuscitation

This interactive webinar will be delivered by an expert panel including Dr David Fahey (Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal North Shore) , Dr Cassandra Brown (Chief Resident Medical Officer Children’s Hospital at Westmead) and Paramedic Alex Cardenas (PhD- Out of hospital Cardiac Arrest). This panel will ensure you leave the interactive webinar with essential tips and tricks for managing paediatric resuscitation.

Key areas of focus within resuscitation will include neonatal resus as well as decisions and skills for intubation/LMA insertion as well as IV and IO access.

Session Four: IV and IO access in the Adult and Paediatric Patient

Wednesday 19th May 2021 | 18:30 - 20:00 AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

Join us for the final session of the ACP Paediatrics for Paramedics module- Multidisciplinary management of the child in crisis. With experts from Medicine, Nursing and Paramedicine this session will discuss key tips and tricks from across the disciplines for you to use on your patient. The session will offer participants the opportunity to ask the tricky questions in managing complex patients while also offering rare insights into key learnings and decisions of care of your patients on their arrival to resus or the ICU

Speakers to be confirmed closer to the day.

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Further information

This is a live webinar that will be streamed via the College website and Zoom.

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Event Information

19th May 2021
18:30 – 20:00 AEST

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