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Designed for Nurses, Midwives, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners, Paramedics, and Medical Officers, the Remote Emergency Care course allows participants to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to respond with confidence to emergency situations and to deliver safe and quality care in the remote setting.
The Remote Emergency Care (REC) course is designed by remote health clinicians for remote health clinicians. The course is contextualised to the remote and isolated practice, with current evidence-based content within a cross-cultural framework aligned with National Standards. By using a blended learning approach, clinicians will develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to recognise an emergency, provide initial stabilisation and manage a range of medical and trauma presentations.
CRANAplus encourages clinicians to apply the knowledge and skills acquired learnt within the context of the policies of the employing health service and within each individual’s own scope of practice.
The REC course is designed to facilitate a personalised learning experience for the remote and isolated clinician (Nurses, Midwives, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Workers/Practitioners, Paramedics and Medical Officers) who may be required to provide emergency care to the critically ill or injured patient.
For many employers REC is a mandatory prerequisite to work in remote locations.
If you have any queries about the course or its relevance to your practice, submit an enquiry here.
The REC course uses a blended learning approach:
“Consolidated learning and reinforced the CRANA process. Captivating and engaging throughout all presentations. Really appreciated time and effort. Brilliant course”
“Excellent course. Way exceeded my expectations. I can’t wait to do more courses”
REC Course Participants, March 2020, Cairns, QLD