Event Information
Rural Anaesthetic Crisis Management (RACM) - Darwin Oct 18 2024
Travelodge Resort Darwin
64 Cavenagh Street
NT, 0800
$1495.00 for Member
$1720.00 for Non-Member
7 Performance review
6 MOPS (Emergency Medicine) hours
Tier 2 Emergency Medicine Course
Emergency Medicine
Provide expert medical care in all rural contexts 
Provide safe medical care while working in geographic and professional isolation
Respond to medical emergencies
Anaesthetics (ANA)
Pharmaceuticals (PHARM)

Rural Anaesthetic Crisis Management (RACM) - Darwin Oct 18 2024

This workshop will provide participants with contemporary learning environments designed around guided scenario based activities. The training includes technical and non-technical skills with a focus on team communication and improving emergency anaesthetic skills for clinicians practicing in Rural & Remote environments.

The training scenarios (based on the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) emergency response activities) include can't intubate/can't oxygenate; management of haemorrhage; management of anaphylaxis; and severe behavioural disturbance.

This program will guide participants through the current guidelines, review pharmacological options and considerations, and enable real world practical skills development in a constructive and supportive environment.

This is a course for Rural Generalists, taught by Rural Generalists. As this course encompasses the ANZCA Emergency Response Activities, it is also suitable for trainees and fellows of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists, trainees and Fellows of the Australian College of Emergency Medicine and other trainees and fellows who have already acquired airway skills.

Please note:

  • It is recommended that participants register for the course at least 4 weeks prior to the hands-on workshop day to ensure that you have enough time to complete the online learning hours.
  • Prior knowledge and competence in airway skills are required to complete this course, and airway skills (e.g. intubation) are not taught.

Online learning hours:
Contact hours:
Total hours:
Total hours includes:
Skills assessment hours:
Pre activity
Pre reading of clinical and pharmacological guidelines.
Post activity
Course evaluation survey and reflective practice feedback.
Learning objectives

Demonstrate effective management of;

  • CICO
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Major Haemorrhage
  • Acute Severe Behavioural Disturbance
Assessment information
  • Pre course Multiple Choice Quiz
  • Attendance of full workshop
  • Post course evaluation survey
Additional information

It is mandatory that participants be present for the entire duration of the course (8.30am to 5pm local time). 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
The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
Courses Team
61 07 31058200
61 07 31058299
Level 1, 324 Queen Street
QLD, 4000