Event Information
Pre-Hospital and Retrievel Medicine (PHaRM) - Hunter Valley (RMA), 1 November 2020
01/11/2020
Hunter Valley (RMA)
TBC
LOVEDALE
NSW, 2325
$1280.00 for Member
$1420.00 for Non-Member
9 Educational activity
 ALS
 MOPS (Anaesthetics (Emergency Response))
Tier 2 Emergency Medicine Course
Anaesthetics
Emergency Medicine
Practice medicine in the rural and remote context/Adult Internal Medicine (AIM)
Respond to medical emergencies/Anaesthetics (ANA)
Respond to medical emergencies/Child and Adolescent Health (CAH)
Respond to medical emergencies/Adult Internal Medicine (AIM)

Pre-Hospital and Retrievel Medicine (PHaRM) - Hunter Valley (RMA), 1 November 2020

This course is a multidynamic, hands on simulation based day that provides training and refresher in first response scenarios for rural doctors. Created by experienced Rural Generalists, pre-hospital and retrieval specialists, the course will consolidate your emergency skills in unfamiliar or uncomfortable environments. This program is a development based, supportive learning environment that will support you in preparing for patient care situations outside of the clinic or hospital.

Total lecture hours:
2.25
Total simulated hours:
5.50
Total contact hours:
7.75
Pre activity
Nil
Post activity
Course evaluation survey
Learning objective
  • Principles of first response, ambulance, rotary and fixed wing retrieval
  • Initial response in the prehospital/preretrieval environment
  • Airway management in difficult environments
  • Principles of extrication and Pt packaging for transport
  • Traumatic arrest
  • IV and IO access in difficult environments; appropriate for transport
  • Procedural sedation and analgesia
Assessment info
  • Attendance of full workshop
  • Post course evaluation survey
Additional info

It is mandatory that participants be present for the entire duration of the course. Therefore it is highly recommended for interstate travellers to arrive at the course location at least one day prior to the commencement of the course.

If for any reason a participant arrives after the course has commenced or departs before the end of the course, they will be ineligible to receive a Certificate of Attendance or the allocated PDP/QI&CPD points. The participant will be required to re-book which will incur additional charges.

 

Provider Information
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
Level 2, 410 Queen Street
BRISBANE CITY
QLD, 4000