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Tasmanian Journal Club: Stroke

About The Event

Join the Tasmanian Journal Club for this evening event, discussing Stroke.

The event is aimed at Paramedics and paramedic students, who are encouraged to read the following current literature focussed on Stroke prior to attending, and discuss their findings in an informal and non-judgemental environment.

  1. DEFUSE - wake up strokes - Alberts et al 2018 - NEJM
  2. Finger Nose Test - posterior circulation strokes post education package - Oostema 2019
  3. Prehospital RSI in stroke - Fouche et al 2019
  4. ACT-FAST - ambulance triage for LVO - Zhou et al 2018

The evening will be hosted by Lucy Oatley. Lucy currently works in Clinical Services for Ambulance Tasmania and has been involved in rewriting stroke protocols for the state.

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

Photo by Mikołaj on Unsplash

Further information

6pm to 7.30pm, Wednesday 30 June

New Sydney Hotel, 87 Bathurst Street, Hobart

http://newsydneyhotel.com.au/#together

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.

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Event Information

Date
30th Jun 2021
Time
18:00 – 19:30 (AEST)
Venue
New Sydney Hotel, Hobart
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