Understanding how the role of a paramedic differs depending on the degree of rurality

Heulwen Spencer-Goodsir (Presenter), Judith Anderson, Clare Sutton

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Abstract

In Australia, access to emergency healthcare services and specialist care, particularly the ambulance service, is more restricted in rural areas – this disparity is amplified further as remoteness increases. This review aims to investigate the availability of current research surrounding the roles of rural paramedics, the impacts of rurality on the standard of out-of-hospital care delivered to patients, and the expanding nature of paramedicine roles in rural environments.
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)
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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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