Trauma Series Episode 4: Human Factors

Trauma Series Episode 4: Human Factors
Please join us for episode four of our trauma series

Tuesday 9th April 2024
09:00-10:00
Steve Poulton, Paramedic advisor, College of Paramedics, and Carl Smith, Head of Clinical Development Emergency and Critical Care, College of Paramedics will be joined by Dr Stef Cormack
Via Zoom - please note once registered you will be emailed the link to join this session 24 hours before the event

Join our webinar on Human Factors and Non-Technical Skills, focusing on elevating patient care through teamwork and interagency collaboration during multi-casualty incidents. Explore crucial elements to enhance communication, coordination, and understanding agency priorities. Don't miss this opportunity to improve your skills for optimal patient outcomes.  

 Dr Stef Cormack currently works at the Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing at the University of Wolverhampton as a Senior Lecturer and research lead for paramedic science. This follows 20 years as an operational paramedic, working mostly as a critical care Helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS) paramedic. Stef has research interests in Out-of-hospital human factors, HEMS, critical care and trauma, airway management and professional issues. Her PhD study used a mixed methods approach to design and evaluate a behavioural marker system for paramedic non-technical skills in the OHCA. 

Register now for a session that enhance healthcare collaboration. 

This comprehensive series focuses on a compelling clinical case, delving into its multifaceted aspects to enrich your knowledge and skills. Spanning critical domains such as clinical decision-making, extrication techniques, pharmacology nuances, primary and secondary surveys, and collaborative joint agency efforts, each episode offers an immersive learning experience. 

  At the heart of every session is a distinguished guest speaker – either a firsthand witness to the case or an authority in the respective field. Their insights provide invaluable context, real-world perspectives, and expert guidance.

This engaging series, spread across several months with monthly episodes, is available for free to all College members. Aspiring to elevate your expertise, this webinar journey empowers you to excel in trauma care and interprofessional collaboration, ensuring you are well-prepared to tackle the complexities of real-world scenarios head-on. 

Episodes one and two are now available to watch back on the CPD hub, episode three, Trauma Series Episode 3: Initial Assessment; Primary Survey is available to book separately on the events page.
 

Cost 
Members of the College of Paramedics FREE
Non-members £20

Members of the College
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When
09/04/2024 09:00 - 10:00
Where
Webinar