Waikato Emergency Ultrasound Course - 3 September 2021

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Waikato Hospital

Room LG 14/15, Bryant Education Centre

Pembroke Street, Waikato Hospital

Hamilton, Waikato 3240

New Zealand

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Prior to the course you will need to complete two pre-requisite modules and receive an 80% pass mark.

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FAST, Vascular Access, AAA

The course is open to all medical staff involved in the immediate assessment and management of patients with major trauma, suspected abdominal aortic aneursym, or requiring accurate vascular access. 

The course is held at Waikato Hospital and includes online pre-requisite modules, theoretical and hand-on tuition, testing and certification.

Session 1: Theory (eFAST, Vascular Access & AAA) - 9.00 am - 10.30 am

Session 2: Practical workshops and live demonstrations - 11.00 am - 2.30 pm (Demonstrator: Deb Stanley from SonoSite and other sonographers to assist).

Session 3: Quiz and wrap-up - 2.30 - 3.00 pm

Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

Please note: Refunds - minus 20% will be given if cancellation occurs within 30 days of Course.

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Waikato Hospital

Room LG 14/15, Bryant Education Centre

Pembroke Street, Waikato Hospital

Hamilton, Waikato 3240

New Zealand

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Refunds up to 30 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Organiser Midland Trauma System

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The Midland Trauma System (MTS) puts the needs of the patients first.  It is a network of specialised, clinical personnel committed to ensuring application of best practice in trauma across the Midland Region.  Clinical staff members perform clinical risk assessment and mitigation, collect trauma data, and facilitate local trauma committees to enable quality improvement initiatives.  The hub group based at Waikato District Health Board manages the regional database; develops and manages clinical guidelines and transfer protocols; identifies and action change; and supports the activities of MTS clinicians and the Midland Trauma Research Centre.  MTS members contribute to national and international bodies engages in trauma quality improvement and resource planning.

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