The Rural Emergency Assessment Clinical Training (REACT) course is designed to assist Western Australian general practitioners and visiting medical practitioners to maintain their emergency knowledge, skills, and gain formal assessment towards their emergency credentialing, as required by WA Country Health Service (WACHS).

Covering cardiac arrest, major trauma in both adults and children and associated life saving procedural skills, REACT is a highly interactive workshop, with participants predominantly involved in practical skill stations and simulated scenarios.

REACT checkbox 2017

PLEASE NOTE: should you register to attend a REACT course as part of meeting your WACHS visiting medical practitioner emergency department credentialing requirements, Rural Health West is required to provide assessment results to the relevant WACHS Regional Medical Director. 

Eligibility:  all medical practitioners are welcome to register with priority given to Western Australian general practitioner visiting medical practitioners and locums on rural placement. 

2019 dates and locations

21 and 22 MarchPerth - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
15 and 16 JuneDenmark - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
28 and 29 SeptemberBroome - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
21 and 22 NovemberPerth - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

Please send through any expressions of interest to the Continuing Professional Development Coordinator.