Working professionally with others


In the out of hospital environment, we are required to work in – often rapidly assembled – ‘ad-hoc’ teams with people we are unfamiliar with. Our 'team' environment is more unique than most. As paramedicine evolves, we are required to work closely with health professionals from other disciplines and may not fully understand their professional responsibilities.

This recorded webinar provides insights into the significance of teamwork in healthcare, emphasising professional roles and responsibilities while guiding viewers in implementing effective consultation methods for seamless continuity of care. You will also learn strategies to work collaboratively, share knowledge, and address challenges effectively within healthcare teams.

Presented by: Dan O’Brien

Dan O’Brien is a practicing registered paramedic and a Clinical Education Officer with the Australasian College of Paramedicine. Dan has experience in clinical and management roles in ambulance as well as undertaking a secondment in patient safety with Children’s Health Queensland. Dan has an interest in primary care/community paramedicine as well as ensuring patients receive safe and high quality care.

Presented by Dan O'Brien



37 minutes
14th Mar 2024
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