Advanced Life Support

This course is designed to provide healthcare 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

2020 dates and locations

21 FebruaryPerth - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

Critical Airway and Respiratory Management (CARM)

This one-day course, facilitated by a team of three emergency physicians, covers topics related to life-threatening emergencies affecting airway and breathing.

Eligibility:  Priority will be given to currently practicing rural and remote medical practitioners

2020 dates and locations

3 July Perth - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

Cardiac Emergency Management (CEM)

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

Eligibility: Priority will be given to currently practicing rural and remote medical practitioners

2020 dates and locations

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Neurological Emergencies

This workshop covers neurological emergencies presenting outside the tertiary setting including assessment and management of altered consciousness, seizures, headaches, dizziness and weakness. 

Eligibility: GP's and emergency department doctors with priority given to those currently working in the region.

2020 dates and locations

8 MayKalgoorlie - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

Orthopaedic Emergencies

This workshop aims to 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: Priority will be given to currently practicing rural and remote medical practitioners

2020 dates and locations

27 November Broome - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

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

2020 dates and locations

7 February Geraldton - REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN
5 JuneAlbany - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

Psychiatric Emergencies, Assessment and Care (PEACe)

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

2020 dates and locations

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Rural and Remote Emergency Medicine Skills Workshop

Rural Health West, in partnership with WA Country Health Central Emergency Medicine Education and Training (EMET), is pleased to invite regional medical practitioners and emergency department professionals to the Rural and Remote Emergency Medicine Skills Workshop.

Eligibility: medical practitioners and emergency department professionals

2020 dates and locations

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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

2020 dates and locations

20 MarchPerth - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
22 MayAlbany - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST


Trauma Skills Refresher Course

This one-day Trauma Refresher Skills Course is designed for sites with no dedicated trauma service and are required to provide care to the critically ill trauma patient.  Consolidating the crucial principles of trauma management through skills interactive case discussions, participants will have the opportunity to practice and hone their skills in essential trauma procedures including vascular access, chest drain insertion skills stations, bringing it all together in immersive simulation scenarios.  

Eligibility: All medical practitioners, emergency department doctors and nurses and paramedics.  Priority is given to those working in the local region. 

2020 dates and locations

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