Third Annual JEPHC Symposium

Honouring the past, celebrating the present and embracing the opportunities of the future

When: Tuesday, 22nd November 2011
Time: 8.30am to 5.00pm
Where: Lecture Theatre, 5th Floor, The Alfred Centre, The Alfred Hospital, Commercial Road, Prahran

Registration: $25 (excluding lunch)

Further information and registration: med-jephc@monash.edu

Session themes and highlights

  • David Shugg Keynote Lecture delivered by Dr Brad Murphy, Intensive Care Paramedic, General Practitioner and chair, National Faculty of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, RACGP
  • Update on professionalism
  • Indigenous Health – ‘Closing the Gap’
  • The Influence of 40 years of Intensive Care Paramedics
  • 50 Years of Paramedic Education – A Golden Celebration
  • Opportunities in the National Health Reform Agenda

Please join us at this National Symposium to celebrate significant milestones in the evolution of community-based emergency health and the paramedic discipline in Australasia. This is a timely opportunity to connect with colleagues, past and present, while collectively continuing to develop the domain and the discipline in areas such as indigenous health, research, education, and the implications of the National Health Reform Agenda.

Proudly supported by: Monash University, Ambulance Victoria and Paramedics Australasia