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PA International Conference (PAIC) 2018: This abstract presentation will discuss a paramedic-witnessed paediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Victoria, Australia.

  • 16 minutes
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PAIC 2018: Management of post-partum haemorrhage
  • Released: 22-09-2018
  • Jonathan Moores

Welcome to PAIC 2018: Management of post-partum haemorrhage

  • 20 minutes
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PAIC 2018: Protecting ourselves and the community in an uncertain world
  • Released: 22-09-2018
  • Associate Professor Joe Acker

PAIC 2018: presented by Associate Professor Joe Acker, will be discussing how to protect ourselves and the community in an uncertain world.

  • 30 minutes
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Welcome to Paramedics Australasia: Rural, remote and austere environments...

  • 23 minutes
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PAIC 2018: Neuroradiology
  • Released: 21-09-2018
  • Hal Rice

PAIC 2018: Interventional Neuroradiology discussing hospital & radiology clinics.

  • 24 minutes
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PAIC 2018: Melbourne mobile stroke unit
  • Released: 21-09-2018
  • Skye Coote

PAIC 2018: Skye will be discussing her experience working in the Melbourne mobile stroke unit.

  • 22 minutes
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PAIC 2018: Serving Beyond the State - Panel Discussion
  • Released: 21-09-2018
  • Paul Reeves, David Burns, Dr Belinda Flanagan

PAIC 2018: discussion on Serving Beyond the State by our panellist discussing topics on rural, remote and austere environments, paramedic or ambulance paramedic and academia and the university sector.

  • 30 minutes
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Emergency Services Show 2018: A review of paramedic medicines mechanisms; how these work to keep patients safe and how paramedics can approach medicines with confidence

  • 30 minutes
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Emergency Services Show 2018: Aimee looks at the three main concerns with obstetrics, shoulder dystocia, cord prolapse and breech birth

  • 30 minutes
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Emergency Services Show 2018: Jamie gives the argument for and against pre-hospital airway management by paramedics.

  • 30 minutes
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