Accessories we carry with our AED's

Accessories we carry with our AED's

April 26, 2019

This video shows a few items we carry with our AED's to assist with patient treatment.
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Vicarious Trauma and Resilience in First-Responders

Vicarious Trauma and Resilience in First-Responders

March 22, 2019

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Situational Awareness for First Responders

Situational Awareness for First Responders

January 29, 2019

Having the Situational Awareness mindset is imperative for First Responders. Don’t just tick that “scene safe” box and then...
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Q1 2019 Course Schedule

Q1 2019 Course Schedule

December 12, 2018

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Competing to Increase Capability

Competing to Increase Capability

June 18, 2018

On the 13th of May 2018, our Training Manager Ben and Specialist Trainer Tim flew to Charlotte NC to compete in the world-class National Tactical Medical Competition (NTMC).
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The Good, Bad, and Ugly of the Body's Stress Response System

The Good, Bad, and Ugly of the Body's Stress Response System

May 31, 2018

The Afghan village was deathly quiet and still in the early hours of the morning as our element of Special Operations soldiers approached it silently on foot.
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Mass-Casualty Terrorist event: Are we medically ready?

Mass-Casualty Terrorist event: Are we medically ready?

April 13, 2018

Given that we are probably going to have further terrorist attacks, and possibly on a large-scale; I ask, "are we medically ready for a mass-casualty terrorist event in Australia?"

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TacMed Tip: 3 Uses of Chem Lights for Medics & Paramedics

TacMed Tip: 3 Uses of Chem Lights for Medics & Paramedics

April 09, 2018

Our TacMed Tip this week is something a little different. I have made a short video on 3 uses of chemical light sticks for Medics and Paramedics.
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Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC) Winter Meeting

Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC) Winter Meeting

December 08, 2017

I was recently privileged enough to attend the Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care
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He's in shock!

He's in shock!

November 02, 2017

Shock: A state of inadequate tissue perfusion caused by circulatory insufficiency that creates an imbalance between oxygen supply (delivery) and oxygen demand (consumption).
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10 things I carry on shift as an Intensive Care Paramedic

10 things I carry on shift as an Intensive Care Paramedic

October 15, 2017

We've all seen that dude on shift that carries so many pouches and gadgets on their belt that they look like some sort of Paramedic Batman.....
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Wound Packing 101

Wound Packing 101

September 28, 2017

Wound Packing is a basic but critical skill that will stop that vital red stuff (blood) from leaving the body. It has been taught to military medics around the world for a number of years but for some reason hasn't been widely adopted by our Ambulance Services or First Responders. Especially here in Australia.
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