Cardiac Emergency Management (CEM)

This workshop, facilitated by a team of emergency medicine specialists has been designed to offer practising rural medical practitioners with case study discussions and skills stations in cardiac emergencies. 

Eligibility: medical practitioners and emergency department professionals

2018 dates and locations

TBC

Orthopaedic Emergencies

Increasing patient safety through recognition, assessment and management of bone and joint injuries. Participants are involved in small group case studies and practical skills stations.

Eligibility: medical practitioners

2018 dates and locations

4 May Geraldton

Advanced Life Support

This course is designed to provide health care staff with the essential knowledge and skills needed to treat and manage the deteriorating patient and those in cardio respiratory arrest.

Eligibility:  medical practitioners, nurses, paramedics and other medical emergency practitioners

2018 dates and locations

13 AprilNarrogin

Toxicological Emergencies

This workshop has been designed to offer practising rural medical practitioners an update in toxicological emergencies. 

Eligibility: medical practitioners and emergency department professionals

2018 dates and locations

23 MarchPerth - REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN
11 MayPort Hedland

Paediatric Emergencies and Clinical Healthcare Scenarios (PEaCHS)

A one day workshop in paediatric emergency scenarios and skills. This workshop will cover real-life examples and the opportunity to manage sick or injured children in a safe environment.

Eligibility: medical practitioners, emergency department doctors

2018 dates and locations

23 FebruaryEsperance - REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN
15 JuneKununurra

Psychiatric Emergencies, Assessment and Care

The workshop has been designed for medical practitioners who practise in rural and remote settings and are looking to refresh their expertise in mental health diagnosis and treatment.

Eligibility: medical practitioners, emergency department doctors

2018 dates and locations

TBC

Remote Emergency Medicine

Rural Health West, in partnership with WA Country Health Service, is pleased to invite regional medical practitioners and emergency department professionals to the Remote Emergency Medicine workshop.

Eligibility: medical practitioners and emergency department professionals

2018 dates and locations

7 and 8 AprilGeraldton

Workshops cancellation/refund policy

Cancellations received four weeks prior to the workshop will receive a full refund of workshop fee. Cancellations received fourteen (14) days prior will receive a 50 per cent refund. Refunds for cancellations received with less than fourteen (14) days notice will be considered on an individual case basis.

All cancellation notifications in relation to workshop places should be made in writing to the Continuing Professional Development Coordinator.