ROAR19: Improvised medical skills for the austere medic


The remote clinician is a challenging and confronting role. This workshop will demonstrate the improvised medical skills needed to support patient care during extended extrications and focus on the basic principles of basic life support in out-ofhospital care.

The Paramedics Australasia Rural Outback and Remote (ROAR) 2019 Conference promises to deliver an informative and educational program aimed at those working in rural, outback and remote out-of-hospital settings.

This exciting program will showcase a broad range of speakers and topics, providing delegates with opportunities to gain new knowledge, apply learned skills to their practice and earn valuable CPD hours. The knowledge and skills gained at ROAR 2019 will benefit paramedics, rural and remote nurses, retrieval and flight specialists, and other allied health staff working side-by-side in this unique environment.

Presented by Steve Whitfield and Mick Stuth

Steve is a paramedic and paramedic educator in paramedicine at Griffith University. Mick is the co-founder of The Wild Medic Project, and a Queensland Advanced Care Paramedic co-ordinating medical volunteers and international humanitarian initiatives.



47 minutes
10th Apr 2019
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Non-member $29
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