Medical officers, General Practitioners, Nurses and Paramedics working in Emergency Care settings are invited to attend this interactive workshop delivered through small and large group discussions of clinical environmental emergency scenarios.

Registration is required and as numbers for each session are limited please book early to avoid disappointment. Registration and networking will start from 5:30pm with the workshop commencing promptly at 6:00pm.

This workshop is pending RACGP/ACRRM accreditation and participants will receive a statement of attendance for 3.5 hours of CPD (3 hours Reviewing Performance, 0.5 hours Educational Activities).

Learning Outcomes:

1. Differentiate the clinical presentation, life threats, stabilisation and management of the patient presenting with severe hyperthermia.

2. Discriminate the clinical presentation, life threats and management of the patient presenting with severe hypothermia.

3. Summarise the risk assessment, immediate management and use of antivenom in the patient with snake bite.

4. Contrast the clinical presentation, clinical course and management of the patient with red back spider bite.

    Workshop facilitated by:

    Dr Peter Stuart

    Emergency Physician, Director of Clinical Training (DCT) and Clinical Educator with clinical skills in Emergency Medicine, Resuscitation and ALS

    Dr Vikram Chellaboina

    ED Consultant, Southern Fleurieu Health Service

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    Event details

    Wednesday, March 6
    6:00pm - 10:00pm

    Hotel Elliot, 35 The Strand, Port Elliot

    Presented By
    Dr Peter Stuart, Dr Vikram Chellaboina

    Pending RACGP/ACRRM accreditation

    Free to attend

    Funded by