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Stroke Emergencies
  • Released: 19-11-2018
  • Associate Professor Tim Kleinig

Associate Professor Tim Kleinig will discuss the basic principles and evidence of the dynamic nature of ischaemic stroke and the nature of ICH. Tim will identify the different tool and understand more about systems design, mobile stroke units. He will explore tricky cases from his past experience.

  • 65 minutes
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Obstetric and Newborn Emergencies
  • Released: 14-10-2018
  • Dr Sarah Cash and Dr Amy Keir

This presentation by Dr Sarah Cash and Dr Amy Keir is an interactive and practical session discussing all about Obstetric care and newborn emergencies.

  • 43 minutes
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PAIC 2018 Conference presents an abstract presentation on self-reported stigma towards people with mental illness

  • 22 minutes
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PAIC 2018: An evolution of the MANERS
  • Released: 22-09-2018
  • Don Banks

PAIC 2018 discusses an abstract presentation on the interim finding from a multi-perspective study of Peer Support at Wellington Free Ambulance by Don Banks & Dr Elizabeth Ashbury.

  • 22 minutes
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PAIC 2018: Academia and the university sector
  • Released: 22-09-2018
  • Belinda Flanagan

PAIC 2018: an interesting presentation from University life to paramedic and becoming a University Academic.

  • 17 minutes
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PAIC 2018: The Australian Journal of Paramedicine
  • Released: 22-09-2018
  • Dr Mal Boyle

PAIC 2018 presents an abstract presentation about the Australasian Journal of Paramedicine.

  • 15 minutes
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PAIC 2018: Patients with dementia
  • Released: 22-09-2018
  • Renee Roggenkamp

This presentations aims to provide a better understanding of the clinical presentation of dementia patients, to assist win providing the most appropriate care and referral pathways. For ambulance attended and secondary triage cases.

  • 15 minutes
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PAIC 2018: presents an abstract presentation on the appropriateness of cases presenting in the emergency department following ambulance service secondary triage.

  • 20 minutes
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PAIC 2018: This presentation will go through assessing the effectiveness of infection control prevention in an ambulance environment within the Qatar National Ambulance Service.

  • 15 minutes
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PA International Conference 2018: Paramedic delivered fibrinolysis in the treatment of STEMI: Comparison of a physician authorised versus autonomous paramedic approach

  • 24 minutes
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