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Emergency/Crit Care Procedure and Dissection Lab

A one day workshop

Course starts in

27th April


Course Date: 27th April 2018

Time: 0800hrs-1630hrs

Location: Mantra on Russell


CPD Points  - 7 points

Early Bird until 16th March 2018

Cost: AUD $295

Regular Price

Cost: AUD $335

This unique and interactive workshop will focus on the critical procedures the are undertaking by Emergency and Critical Care Staff. Learn through doing and dissecting. During the workshop we will be working with harvested pig organs for a truly unique review of pathophysiology and procedures. Not just hearing, but actually seeing, touching, and performing procedures are the keys to really understanding.

Topics include

  1. BulletNeedle Decompression

  2. BulletUmbilical Catheterisation

  3. BulletCardiac Valve identification

  4. BulletFollowing the great vessels

  5. BulletNeedle Cricothyrotomy

  6. BulletSurgical Airway

  7. BulletVentilation of Lungs

  8. BulletPEEP to recruit alveoli

  9. BulletNeonatal ventilation

  10. Bulletand much more


The course is fully catered for including tea and coffee on arrival, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. Dietary preferences will be collected in the registration form.

Continuing Professional Development:

All participants receive a certificate of attendance with Continuing Professional Development points. Attending this course, participants will receive  7 CPD points.

Who should attend?

Emergency Nurses, Paramedics, Retrieval Staff, ICU nurses, Trauma Nurses, Theatre Nurses, Nursing Students or anyone involved in the care of the critical care patient.

Do you provide notes for the session?

Yes, however we are concerned over the impact of large amounts of paper being wasted. However we offer all our talks, further articles of interest and relevant videos on a USB that each participant will receive on the day.

About the pigs

No animals were euthanised for this course. The organs are harvested as a result of routine meat production. These would normal have been discarded or been processed by the pet food industry.