The College provides members with hundreds of free recordings to assist you with professional development. You can filter and search for recordings of interest, plus “like” recordings so you can find them easily in the future.
All the recordings are designed to help you meet the requirements of paramedic registration, so they automatically include self reflection, and when completed they are added to your learning record in the CPD Tracker.
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This study presents a scoping literature review that comprehensively evaluates the involvement of prehospital healthcare professionals in identifying potential organ donors and the barriers impacting this process
This phenomenological study examined the experiences of paramedics interacting with aged care staff throughout the potential transfer of a resident to hospital.
This exploratory sequential mixed methods study identified a role built on professional caring relationships, that provided proactive and reactive care in paramedic workspaces
This project explored the drivers that improve the student learning experience, in undergraduate clinical science programs that utilised self-directed learning (SDL).
The primary aim of this study was to determine if immersive or traditional simulation provided greater ratings of self-perceived performance.
This study, involving 334 paramedics, found that levels of self-compassion (how paramedics respond toward themself during difficult times) explain unique variance in their levels of PTSD symptoms
This systematic scoping review aimed to explore paramedic and medical students’ experiences of sexual harassment whilst undertaking clinical placement.
This research used a novel six-step model to identify and explore paramedic practice across Canada.
This presentation assess data from literature to highlight the common reasons for paediatric presentation, explains why they access care in this way and discusses the care options for paediatric patients across the age range.
Tanie is inspired to share her son’s journey through the often-hectic prehospital emergency space into the Emergency Department to enhance prehospital care for all families like hers.