Pre Hospital Emergency Care ConferenceBrentwood Hotel, Wellington

Register today for AECTP's 2018 Conference - only 6 weeks to go!

AECTP's 2018 Pre Hospital Emergency Care Conference will be held at the Brentwood Hotel in Wellington on Tuesday 27th November 2018.  Conference runs from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Refreshments from 9:30 a.m.

"Doing Great Things Together"

AECTP’s 2018 annual conference provides a wide range of speakers who will update practitioners and trainers with current, relevant and important information about immediate first aid and emergency care.

Keynote speaker: Dr Craig EllisDeputy Medical Director St John, will present "Telemedicine - the future of medicine".  

Other featured speakers include:

  • Dr Richard Aickin, Pediatric Emergency Specialist, Auckland Starship Hospital. "Pre-hospital care for children with trauma"
  • SQNLDR Carolyn Pezaro, Head of Air Force Psychology, Defence Organisational Development, NZ Defence Force. "Decluttering the Mind"
  • Dr Chip Gresham, Consultant Toxicologist, National Poisons Centre. "Emergency Assessment and Care of the Poisened Patient"
  • AECTP. "Workplace Good Practice Guide"
  • Major Brendan Wood, Senior Lecturer, AUT University. "Old Dogs/New Tricks - let's talk about teaching adults"

This conference is provides perfect professional development for:

  • first aid tutors / trainers
  • independent training institutes
  • nurses - clinical/industrial
  • paramedics / clinical tutors
  • polytechnics
  • high schools 
  • emergency managers/EMOs
  • individual providers
  • pre-hospital care providers
  • high-risk industry workers
  • interested individuals

Registration cost:  AECTP Members - $195 per person (current 2018-2019) | Non Members - $295 per person.

Register online HERE  (credit card payments only).   For 6+ delegates or if you would prefer an invoice email Click here to view the Terms and Conditions.

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