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This research aimed to explain how paramedics navigate conveyance decisions

  • 11 minutes
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In this presentation, we invite you on a journey through a collection of research papers that delve into novel and pioneering practices within the field of paramedicine.

  • 20 minutes
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This presentation aims to provide guidance on the future of community paramedicine programs in Australia

  • 20 minutes
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What does the medical community – and broader society – think about Community Paramedics operating within emergency services?

  • 25 minutes
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This presentation presents research exploring these views and looking at how regulation impacts the professionalisation, identity and culture of paramedics.

  • 19 minutes
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The limit of IN Fentanyl is 200 mcg in one service; 400 in another. Half our ICPs RSI/DSI; the rest don’t. Opioids are indicated during labour in 4 states; contraindicated in another 4. Clinical guidelines - directly or indirectly - determined the medical treatment 4.5 million people received last year.

  • 34 minutes
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ACPIC23: Paramedics and Palliative Care
  • Released: 20-12-2023
  • Richard Armour, A/Prof Barbara Hayes, Olivia Hedges & Jo Kelly

In this session we hear from four presenters on different topics regarding palliative care, followed by a panel discussion

  • 95 minutes
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This research aimed to examine the use of social media platforms for recruitment and online asynchronous focus groups for data collection.

  • 15 minutes
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ACPIC23: Pillars of the Profession
  • Released: 19-12-2023
  • Craig B Campbell, Dr Erica Kriesmann & Jemma Altmeier

Join Craig, Erica and Jemma for three presentations on the pillars of the profession, followed by a panel discussion

  • 65 minutes
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ACPIC23: Panel on pain
  • Released: 19-12-2023
  • Katrina Sedgwick, Shell Piercy & Lucinda Peacock

Join Katrina, Shell and Lucinda for three presentations on pain, followed by a panel discussion

  • 55 minutes
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