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This session addresses the common pitfalls paramedic students face during clinical placement, as well as highlighted the attitudes and skills students need to establish so that they flourish into independent, confident practitioners
In this session, we will hear from the champions of critical care medicine, outside of the east coast of Australia.
In this session, panel members will discuss some ethical questions which are often seen in the critical care community.
Dr Cliff Connell in association with CENA presents a popular podcast, focussed on sharing knowledge and experience. In this session, Cliff recorded his podcast live on stage, with some very special guests.
In this session, led by Dr Sam Bendall, the team will present some of the latest evidence and techniques to better improve your simulation experience, and to help you to better deliver simulation and practical based education
Dr Sanj Fernando's keynote presentation focused on his collaboration with the Suwasiriya (the Sri Lankan ambulance service), to build a pre-hospital service from the ground up. Sanj discussed the success of this global project that now services a country with a population of 21 million, and compared this to other initiatives.
This session will include live presentations of paediatric airway management, combined with the latest research and tools to reduce the stress on critical care clinicians when caring for an unwell child.