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International Roundtable on Community Paramedicine Meeting
Thank you for your interest in the IRCP Meeting.
Bookings have now closed and we are making final arrangements for next week.
Any enquiries can be emailed to
We are delighted to announce that the
International Roundtable on Community Paramedicine
will be held on
23rd & 24th May 2023 in Nottingham UK.
Community Paramedicine is a model of care whereby paramedics apply their specialised education and skills in non-traditional community-based environments outside of the usual emergency response/transport model. The community paramedic practices in an expanded role; working in non-traditional roles using existing skills.
Approximately fifty paramedics; educators; community paramedics; paramedic service administrators, chiefs, executive directors, and others typically from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States are delegates for the meeting. They will discuss the contemporary models of Community Paramedicine in their country, and report successes (including research) in the areas of planning, implementing, and evaluating these systems.
Established in 2005, the mission of IRCP is to spread community paramedicine across the world. This is accomplished primarily by facilitating international meetings. IRCP rotates its meetings between Australia, Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom; we meet in each country every four years.
The supporting organisations are the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives and the College of Paramedics of the United Kingdom, the Council of Ambulance Authorities of Australasia, the National EMS Management Association of the United States, and the Paramedic Chiefs of Canada.
The Nottingham Belfry
off Mellors Way
Members of the College of Paramedics UK - Two day delegate rate
Non members of the College of Paramedics UK - Two day delegate rate
'An evening with the College' dinner -
How to book
Members of the College of Paramedics
Please ensure you log into your membership before attempting to book your place. Click 'register myself' and then choose your registration option, if you want to attend the evening dinner please make sure you also add it to your basket. Click the 'proceed to checkout' button and complete the order to ensure your booking is confirmed. You will receive a confirmation email on receipt of your booking.
You will need to make an account at the top right of this page before you are able to book your ticket. Please fill in the details and click the 'register myself' and then choose your registration option' if you want to attend the evening dinner please make sure you also add it to your basket. Click the proceed to checkout' button and complete the order to ensure your booking is confirmed.
You will receive a confirmation email on receipt of your booking.
The Nottingham Belfry located just off junction 26 of the M1 - there is free parking on site
By train - Nottingham Station - 5 miles
By air - East Midlands Airport - 20 miles
Or Birmingham International Airport - 50 miles (Just over 1 hour)
By bus - A Park & Ride operates close to the hotel
if you need any additional support.
23/05/2023 09:00 - 24/05/2023 17:00
The Nottingham Belfry off Mellors Way Woodhouse Way Nottingham NG8 6PY
Tuesday, 23 May 2023
An Evening with the College Dinner
19:00 - 23:59
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