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Doc/paramed/med-trained crew/pilot team. Sim, CRM, FOAM, integrated care, & active safety management. . App on iTunes & Google Play
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ACEM May 25
Great work FACEM Dr Paul Blakemore and all the team – Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine is crucial in saving lives. Watch:
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Christopher Denny May 8
On behalf of our service , I would like to recognise the superb care these Nurse Specialists provide to the Great Barrier Island community. Congratulations from our team to yours
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Christopher Denny Apr 28
Mountain biking with some Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine including repatriated Scotsman from . Many thanks to for ongoing inspiration.
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Dr Alana Harper Apr 29
‘Forest Rescue’ Te Wero Winter Symposium. Scenario 2: pre-hospital limb amputation “life over limb”
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Dr Alana Harper Apr 29
‘Forest Rescue’ Te Wero Winter Symposium. Scenario 1: difficult airway.
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Christopher Denny Apr 10
I love that the landing gear control on our looks like landing gear. How might this translate into health care? Ergonomics and human factors in aviation:
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Dr Alana Harper Mar 24
Join us in August! proud to be coordinating the second Auckland Pre-hospital / Retrieval symposium in conjunction with Injury19 . Our theme this year: “Trauma Care in PHaRM - Education, Training and Mentorship: Investing in our Future”
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Leilani Doyle Mar 24
Character, diversity, leadership. Qualities they select for in great talk by their clinical director & a fellow Canadian now down in NZ
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aucklandhems Mar 9
Auckland HEMS Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine Practitioners Wanted!
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Stephen Hearns Jan 2
Take your career airborne in 2019 Helicopter Medical Careers Glasgow University March 23 Meet helicopter services from UK & Oz recruiting nurses, paras & docs Be inspired by 15 expert speakers Learn about training, qualifications & job opportunities
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aucklandhems Dec 31
We need your help! Auckland HEMS is re-designing our equipment packs. Feedback from colleagues would be greatly appreciated.
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aucklandhems Jul 31
ARHT pilot James Tayler - strategies to maintain/recover situational awareness
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aucklandhems Jul 31
ARHT pilot James Tayler - conditions leading to loss of situational awareness
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aucklandhems Jul 31
ARHT pilot James Tayler - improving prehospital scene situational awareness
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aucklandhems Jul 31
ARHT pilot James Tayler on situational awareness - S/A begins at the start of the shift, not at the prehospital scene
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aucklandhems Jul 31
⁦ARHT pilot James Tayler on situational awareness: point 3 is key; easy to fall down at point 2
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aucklandhems Jul 31
Dr Heidi Baker: Don’t neglect paediatric patients when doing prehospital training! More training = less provider anxiety. Prehospital paediatric training day at Auckland HEMS by ⁦
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aucklandhems Jul 31
Dr Heidi Baker on prehospital paediatric trauma - easier to be anxious and therefore less interventional for kids when intervention is indicated
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aucklandhems Jul 31
Stefan Gabor on interdisciplinary team training: cannot afford to make mistakes in our environment
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aucklandhems Jul 31
ARHT paramedic Stefan Gabor on interdisciplinary team training - individual expertise of team members does not automatically mean an expert team. This scene was a challenge for doc/paramedic together - early Auckland HEMS job with 5 patients
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