Paramedicine Research Symposium

  • Date: July 5, 2018 - July 6, 2018
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Ticket sales end – Monday 2nd July


Creating knowledge through collaboration

The Paramedicine Research Symposium is a partnership between Monash University Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice, and the Australian and New Zealand College of Paramedicine

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Thursday: Research Training

Keynote presentation: Dr Hugh Kearns

Delegates can undertake either:

STREAM 1: One day “hands on” research project: How to take a research question and produce an answer. A group project designed to show the states involved in generating data to answer a research question. Each group limited to 8 people.
Stream 1 is Fully subscribed – all new registrations will be assigned to Stream 2.


STREAM 2: Hugh Kearns workshops

  • Workshop 1 – Time for Research – balancing clinical and research roles
  • Workshop 2 – Turbocharge Your Writing – how to set yourself up in the confronting world of academic writing

Friday: Research Symposium

Keynote Presentation: Dr Judy Lowthian

Research, Paramedicine, Emergency Health, Community Health & Older People

Abstract presentations:

  • Session 1: The paramedic profession
  • Session 2: Decision making or dealing with trauma in paramedicine
  • Session 3: The health and wellbeing of our paramedics
  • Session 4: Early interventions and Measurement
  • Session 5: Training future paramedics through clinical placement
  • Session 6: The role of medication/drug use in prehospital setting



Venue Website:

47 Moorooduc Hwy Frankston 3199


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