Understanding what recent graduate paramedics know about fatigue risk management strategies

Rhianna Scott (Presenter), Judith Anderson, Clare Sutton

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Paramedic fatigue is an important issue that affects many paramedics and can create negative impacts on health and wellbeing.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 08 Dec 2021
EventDare to Know 2021: Student Paramedic Research Conference - Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, Australia
Duration: 08 Dec 202108 Dec 2021
https://paramedics.org/storage/news/D2K%202021%20schedule.pdf (Schedule)


ConferenceDare to Know 2021
OtherEstablished in 2017, Dare to Know (D2K) is a unique annual Paramedicine research conference created by students. The conference supports and encourages student-led research across a wide range of topics as well as having academic and industry guest speakers.
This year the spotlight is on those undertaking research within CSU, students, staff, and on-road paramedics working towards their Honours and Masters degrees. The paramedicine integrated Honours pathway is well-established and there are some amazing projects underway. This year also sees the first cohort of students undertaking research projects as part of the Masters in Paramedicine, including many international paramedics working in critical care and urgent care specialisations.
The conference is free to attend and is open to students and paramedics. The full list of speakers will be announced on Friday 19th November so stay tuned!
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