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National Conference 2017. Discussion on the use of restraint and the management of acute behavioural disturbance.

  • 37 minutes
Emergency Services Show 2018: Rape and Sexual Assault
  • Released: 19-09-2018
  • Sam Thompson MCPara

Emergency Services Show 2018: Sam Thompson raises awareness of the myths surrounding Rape and Sexual Assault and how you can avoid fundamental pitfalls so destructive and damaging to these victims.

  • 30 minutes
Acute behavioural disturbance
  • Released: 19-05-2019
  • Dr Alison Walker

National Conference 2019. Perilous for Patients and Paramedics

  • 32 minutes

National Conference 2019. A Service Evaluation on the utilisation of a structured debriefing framework within the pre-hospital environment

  • 11 minutes
Regulating Paramedic Mental Health
  • Released: 19-05-2019
  • David Davis FCPara

National Conference 2019. The affects a Fitness to Practise case can have...

  • 60 minutes
Stress and adaptation
  • Released: 14-12-2021
  • Julie Johnson

In this session, we look at how we can adapt our stress response

  • 40 minutes
Managing mental health emergencies
  • Released: 10-06-2022
  • Angela Iliopoulos, Alex Merrett, Shaun Baxter & Ryan Parry

In this discussion this expert panel will answer any and all questions related to managing mental health emergencies

  • 95 minutes

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?

  • 87 minutes

In this presentation, Joe Cuthbertson reviews the impact of drug addiction, domestic violence and suicide in Australia through the lens of disaster risk reduction.

  • 29 minutes