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The Joint Trauma System has published a number of Clinical Practice Guidelines specifically for use in austere settings. These peer-reviewed guidelines can be used as a basis for developing a comprehensive strategy for patient care for austere medical practice.
Join Marty to discuss point-of-care testing in this insightful workshop
Join Brennen to discuss digital simulation in health sciences
In this session Kerryn will discuss the barriers he has experienced providing medical care in the bush and help give you some tools to break them down
This panel will include a multidisciplinary team who will discuss a case intended to highlight the interplay of 3 major chronic diseases.
This presentation will look at what the common signs and symptoms of Acute Rheumatic Fever (ARF) and Rheumatic Heart Disease (RHD).
Join Mel to review the common wounds encountered in pre-hospital care, identify concerning features of chronic wounds that require intervention and much more
Dave will provide an overview of the role of point of care ultrasound, with an emphasis on the benefits to Paramedic practice.