Paediatric Trauma: What you need to know
Eligible for 1 Day Online Emergency Medicine Procedural Grant
The Top 5 Tips for Paediatric Resuscitation
The best way to manage Paediatric Trauma
Paediatric radiology what not to miss
Common fracture diagnosis
What to do in hand trauma
What to do in head injury cases
How to manage concussion
C-spine clearance in children
Tips for talking with parents
Learn from the very best trainers
- An Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Sports Medicine from the Mayo Clinic presenting on concussion.
- An Emergency Medicine Physician who served in the British Army in Iraq and now works in the Emergency Department that received the children injured in the Manchester Bombing discussing blast injuries
- An Emergency Medicine Physician from one of Australia's leading Children's Hospitals presenting on head injuries and Paediatric Resuscitation
- Rural Emergency Physicians discussing differences in low resource settings
- A Forensic Paediatrician teaching you about Child Protection
- A Paediatric Radiologist teaching Paediatric Radiology
- Subject matter experts sharing their knowledge...
What you will learn in the Paediatric Trauma RACGP and ACRRM CPD activity
Concussion (the US have spent over $100M on concussion research, learn what they found)
Hand Trauma (tendon damage, lacerations, nerve injuries, accidental amputations and fractures)
Dental Trauma (enamel fracture, luxation, alveolar fracture, avulsed tooth and splinting)
Paediatric radiology masterclass (buckle, greenstick, Galeazzi, Monteggia, supracondylar and much, much more)
Common paediatric fractures (epiphyseal and metaphyseal distal radius, radial shaft fractures, clavicle, lateral condyle, proximal humerus, tibia)
Non-accidental long bone injuries (the younger the child the more likely the fracture is abusive)
What happens next in child protection? (how to protect children at risk of harm)
Blast injuries and young people (lets hope we never need this)
Approaching the limping child and other orthopaedic mysteries
Acute management of paediatric head injury
Head injury in kids - talking to parents
C-spine clearance in children
Examination of the wrist
Head injury and cervical spine: Resource rich vs resource poor Expert Panel Discussion
Comprehensive Knee examination
Comprehensive Shoulder Examination
Lessons From Mass Casualty Events:
The Bali Bombing,
The Boxing Day Tsunami Australia's response to Banda Aceh,
The Christchurch response to Mosques MCI and Earthquakes MCI... and more
'Time saver' technology can half the time to complete this course
We know you are busy, so have made it as simple as possible to learn quickly and efficiently.
With 'time saver' watch a video in half to two thirds the time of watching a live event. (once you have experienced the difference this makes, you will never watch a live webinar again!)
Take your videos on the go. Listen in the car or watch them while you exercise with our mobile app.
If you have kids, watch a lecture at midnight or at lunch, you choose when it's best for you and your family!
This CPD is designed to be easily consumed and fit your lifestyle.
Fully Reimbursed by HWSP or the Procedural Emergency Medicine Grant
Paediatric Trauma is important.
You can make a difference!
This is why this course qualifies for a one day online Procedural Emergency Medicine Grant with RACGP and ACRRM.
Eligible Rural Procedural Grant GPs will receive $1,000 to cover the cost of training.
If you are not eligible for a procedural medicine grant and if you work in a rural or remote area you may eligible to be fully reimbursed by a HWSP Bursary.*
If you want to learn more about Paediatric Trauma and you want to learn in the most efficient manner possible
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* If you qualify for the RACGP or ACRRM Emergency Medicine Grants, you will receive a payment of $1,000 for completing this course.
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If you live in a regional area and are not eligible for the Emergency Medicine Grant you may be eligible to have the costs fully covered by a Health Workforce Scholarship Program (HWSP) See the HWSP website for details.