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    NALHN/BHFLHN EMET Evening - Acute Poisoning Emergencies

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    Event description

    The program is funded by NALHN as part of the ACEM EMET Program. There is no cost to attend the evening and dinner will be provided.

    Clinical Lead for the program is Dr Peter Stuart, MBBS DRACOG Grad Cert (ClinSim) Grad Cert (ClinUS) Grad Dip(Biostats) MPH FACEM and Emergency Physician, Director of Clinical Education, Clinical Educator Flinders University

    Medical officers, General Practitioners, Nurses and Paramedics working in Emergency Care settings are welcome to attend the evening workshops. Registration is required and as numbers for each session are limited please book early to avoid disappointment.

    Each workshop is RACGP/ACRRM accredited and participants receive an attendance certificate for 3 hours of CPD.

    Topic : Acute Poisoning Emergencies 

    Learning Outcomes:

      1.  Differentiate the clinical presentation, life threats, stabilisation and investigation of the patient presenting with a history of acute poisoning
      2.  Discriminate the procedure for risk assessment in the patient with acute poisoning.
      3.  Summarise the risk assessment, red flags and immediate management of the patient with life threatening poisoning
      4.  Contrast the options for detoxification and available antidotes for the management of life threatening poisoning.

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