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In this presentation, Joe Cuthbertson reviews the impact of drug addiction, domestic violence and suicide in Australia through the lens of disaster risk reduction.
Although confronted with acute and chronic disease every day, paramedics can paradoxically neglect their own health while working to improve it for their patients. So how can we improve our own health and be always ready to respond?
Communication isn't just talking. Our daily lives are made up of interactions and exchanges. Effective clinical communication, collaboration and teamwork are widely recognised as key factors in providing safe, coordinated and comprehensive care.
QAS is partnered with UniSC and the College to empower paramedics to design, develop and disseminate research
This session delves into evidence-based paediatric burn care in the pre-hospital setting, emphasising the crucial role of early interventions in saving skin cells. After this presentation, Sam will critically review this literature.
This session provides a critical analysis of Smartwatch ECG technology and its role in detecting the causes of syncope. After this presentation, Jeremy will critically review this literature.
This study discussed the implications of WSH on individuals, organisations, and service delivery within paramedicine.
In this presentation, we invite you on a journey through a collection of research papers that delve into novel and pioneering practices within the field of paramedicine.