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Aug, 2022

Catch up with all the news in our winter edition of Response magazine

In the winter edition of Response, we’re continuing to expand our magazine content, providing members with College information, f...

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Jul, 2022

Applications for College Fellowship are now open for members

Fellowship with the College is member recognition level above that of Member and is an acknowledgement of the significant contribu...

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Jul, 2022

Call for abstracts - ACP International Conference 22

The Call for Abstracts for Australasian College of Paramedicine International Conference 2022 (ACPIC 2022) has been extended to Mo...

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Jul, 2022

Journal announcement: Paul Simpson, Editor-in-Chief, reveals the new title and the Deputy Editorial Team

The Australasian College of Paramedicine (the College) is thrilled to announce that Paramedicine will be the new title of its int...

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Jul, 2022

Call for Director Nominations 2022

Nominations are now being called for members who would like to stand for the position of Director of the Australasian College of...

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Jul, 2022

International Paramedics Day 2022 a great success

The first International Paramedics Day on Friday 8 July was a great success, and the College thanks the many paramedics, services...

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Jul, 2022

Today is International Paramedics Day!

To kick off the inaugural International Paramedics Day, our Chair, Ryan Lovett has shared this video message celebrating the many...

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Jul, 2022

Expressions of Interest - College Committees and Working Groups

The College Board is calling for Expressions of Interests (EOI) from members for the following Member Committees, Advisory Commit...

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Jul, 2022

ACP International Conference Attendance Grants now open

The College recognises the costs of continuing professional development can be prohibitive for some paramedics. As the peak profes...

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Jun, 2022

Aphra news: Code of conduct updated to improve patient safety

A revised and more contemporary Code of conduct (the code), which outlines what the public can expect when they see a registered h...