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Referral pathways (TAS - North West)
  • Released: 12-05-2022
  • Audrey Loone, Damian Collins, Nancy Thomas, Marianne Johnson, Karen Pearce & Lynn Simms

Through collaboration with several allied health services across the North West region of Tasmania, Paramedics have the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the comprehensive services available.

  • 150 minutes
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TotB 2022: Calling all Paramedics…
  • Released: 05-05-2022
  • Alex Thompson

Is the future of paramedicine behind the computer screen, rather than the windscreen?

  • 19 minutes
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TotB 2022: Trauma and Pre-Registration (University) Education Panel
  • Released: 05-05-2022
  • Vivienne Tippett, Andy Bell, Dr Jason Bendall, Sandy MacQuarrie & Buck Reed

This panel addresses a range of issues related to pre-registration university education in trauma.

  • 37 minutes
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This session will shine the spotlight on the theory and challenge the notion of “We don’t know what we don’t know”

  • 21 minutes
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TotB 2022: Doing your best when it matters most
  • Released: 05-05-2022
  • Brigid Wall

This presentation will look at some concepts and strategies that help us to be our best when it matters most

  • 23 minutes
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TotB 2022: Traumatic cardiac arrest
  • Released: 05-05-2022
  • Dr. John Glasheen

Traumatic cardiac arrest

  • 27 minutes
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Management of the fourth stage of labour
  • Released: 29-04-2022
  • Shonel Hall

This session explores how to manage the mother and neonate after birth of the baby

  • 65 minutes
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This presentation will discuss how we can equip the profession to use evidence-based systems to optimise trauma care, no matter the experience of the practitioner.

  • 32 minutes
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This presentation will cover areas of convergence between the 2 domains, as well as knowledge and skills transfer that are shaping the remote and austere emergency services response into 2022

  • 25 minutes
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How prehospital care of patients in both NSW and QLD can impact their care into the health system on the Gold Coast

  • 25 minutes
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