First responders are on the front line, dealing with life, death and trauma daily. From emergencies in your suburb to the most remote areas, you play a crucial role in our community. Attend this new conference to connect with your colleagues and learn about:
- Going back to basics with essential components of the primary survey
- Responding to acute mental health presentations
- How to assess for signs of carbon monoxide poisoning
- Managing drug overdoses
- Recognising mental health issues in first responders
- An opportunity to network amongst your peers and much more…
Don’t miss out on an opportunity to attend this new event. Book now!
Discount avaliable for Emergency Service Volunteers! Use code VOLUNTEER when registering.*
* On the day of the event you will be required to provide evidence of your volunteer status.
Need for Program
The opportunity for first responders to improve health outcomes through proactive assessment and correct management relies on sound knowledge of the latest evidence. Education that is specifically tailored to first responders is crucial if morbidity, mortality and permanent disability rates are to be minimised. This timely conference provides an opportunity for first responders to gain evidenced updates.
Purpose of Program
The purpose of this conference is to improve the health outcomes of people who are treated by first responders by preparing them for a wide array of situations so they can properly assess and manage all types of injuries and situations.
Your learning outcomes
- Provide pre-hospital emergency care that is aligned with current standards and well-researched practices
- Minimise complications through improved assessment and management
- Improve health outcomes by implementing evidence-based knowledge for managing a range of emergencies
- Be resilient and cope better with stress in today’s workplace