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This session aims to shine a light on strategies to assist in maximising the understanding of common threads of assessment and treatment of both adults and children, and a focus on minimising aspects of paediatric care that create that stress
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.
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.
This presentation explores the dynamics of community paramedicine programs in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, examining both their facilitators and challenges.
This research used a novel six-step model to identify and explore paramedic practice across Canada.
This descriptive phenomenological study sought to understand the lived experiences of paramedics caring for mentally unwell individuals in the community.
The Live Interactive Symposium 2023 was be held over two days and provided attendees eight hours of interactive CPD. These sessions included a mix of live and pre-recorded webinars, followed by live case studies and panel discussions.
In this session, Dr. Ben Meadley will share key in-field leadership strategies that he has learned through his 25 years of clinical practice and human performance research.