Paramedic asthma management in rural and remote Australia

Alannah Stoneley, Clare Sutton, Judith Anderson

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Abstract

Systematic review of literature was conducted through searching electronic databases.
Search terms included ‘asthma’, ‘rural or remote or regional’ ‘paramedic or ambulance or prehospital’.
Literature uncovered was predominately outdated (early 2000’s).
No literature to back up the most recent statistics.
This shows that there is a gap in research into prehospital asthma management in rural and remote Australia.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2020
EventDare to Know 2020: Student Paramedic Research Conference - Online, Australia
Duration: 19 Sep 202019 Sep 2020
https://www.facebook.com/DareToKnowCSU/videos/728732487471846 (live stream)
https://www.facebook.com/DareToKnowCSU/ (facebook page)

Conference

ConferenceDare to Know 2020
Abbreviated titleParamedicine where are we headed?
Country/TerritoryAustralia
Period19/09/2019/09/20
OtherDare to Know 2020: Student Paramedic Research Conference

DTK Student paramedic research conference 2020 'Paramedicine where are we headed?', will be held online on Saturday 19th September.

The event will feature speakers such as Alecka Miles, Dr Donovan Jones, Claire Kullack and many more. In addition to academic speakers DTK will also showcase some student research projects.
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