JRCALC 2020: What's New and What's Next?

JRCALC 2020:  What's New and What's Next?

The College of Paramedics, in partnership with the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE) and JRCALC presents JRCALC 2020:  What’s New and What’s Next?  
This is an important eCPD event for all paramedics, offering a unique opportunity to engage with the leaders and authors of the UK Clinical Practice Guidelines 2020.  
Recent updates will be reviewed and clarified and there will be breakout discussion groups where you can explore the implications for your practice.  

The day will cover general updates and topics including: Spinal Immobilisation, Post Partum Haemorrhage, Acute Behavioural Disturbance, Alcohol Use Disorder, Vascular Emergencies and Patients with Communication Difficulties, What’s New? Summarising 2020’s Bundle updates, How Does Data Help Save Lives?,  End of Life care, BME Patient Workstreams & Mind the Gap, Maternity - PPH & Fundal massage; practical guidance,  

With an introduction by Tracy Nicholls CEO of the College of Paramedics, Dr Julian Mark Chair of NASMeD and Dr Alison Walker Chair of JRCALC and confirmed speakers to include Amanda Mansfield, Consultant Midwife - Tim Edwards, Consultant Paramedic - Professor Richard Lyon MBE - Alan Cowley, Critical Care Paramedic - Rob Cole, Consultant Paramedic - Matt Ward, Consultant Paramedic - Dr Dhushy Surendra Kumar - Dr Alison Walker - Dr Elizabeth Herrieven - Edward O’Brien Macmillan Paramedic and Dr Simon Brown. We hope you can join us for this exciting virtual event.

This conference has been kindly Sponsored by Class Professional Publishing and Philips

Members of the College of Paramedics FREE
Non-Members - £30

Please register below and ensure you complete the booking process.
Enquiries can be emailed to events@collegeofparamedics.co.uk

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27/10/2020 09:00 - 15:00