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Ibis Styles Resort

405-415 Campbell st

Swan Hill, Vic 3585

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BASIC CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR) AND DEFIBRILLATOR USE

Date: Tuesday 27 June 2017

Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm | Registration and supper 6.00pm

Location: Ibis Styles Resort, 405-415 Campbell St, Swan Hill 3585

Presenters: Brady Matthews and Travis Taggert | V.M.A.T (Victorian Medical Assistance Team)

Cost (Incl GST): $60 to be paid on the evening (Cash or EFTPOS available)

Target audience: General Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Practice staff, Allied Health staff, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers

Overview

A CPR certificate needs to be updated at least annually to comply with Safe Work Australia “First Aid in the Workplace” Code of Practice. The CPR certificate is also a requirement to comply with RACGP practice accreditation and RACGP QI&CPD requirements.

Note: Participants must create a Unique Student Identifier (USI) usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi prior to the event and bring it with them on the night.

Learning outcomes

  • Implement the latest Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines in the execution of CPR
  • Describe the principles of CPR
  • Adequately assess the unconscious patient in order to provide the safest treatment required
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