Information for Health Professionals

Information for health care professionals who have training & or relevant experience in resuscitation. Links to ARC Guidelines, publications & other educational resources.

Australian Resuscitation Council Flowcharts

The ARC Flowcharts provide an easy to follow step by step guide to resuscitation techniques

RESTART A HEART DAY -Tuesday 16th October 2018

The ARC Tas Branch will soon be calling for volunteers to take part in a number of events around Tasmania to promote Only 1 in 10 survive a cardiac arrest     WE CAN BEAT THAT   Save the date   16th October  2018 –     http://restartaheart.net/ It’s time for Australians to join together. Make it your aim…

Shock Verdict Video -Response to comments & questions regarding compression only CPR depicted in the Shock Verdict video.

Shock Verdict video Response to comments & questions regarding compression only CPR depicted in the Shock Verdict video. The Shock Verdict video is a public health awareness campaign aimed at untrained bystanders to encourage them that any attempt at resuscitation is better than no attempt. Untrained bystanders have by definition no training in the delivery…

AUS ROC EPISTRY 2018 Resuscitation

BEC_2018_AusROCEpistry_2018_Resuscitation Regional variation in the characteristics, incidence and outcomes of out-ofhospital cardiac arrest in Australia and New Zealand: Results from the Aus-ROC Epistry☆    

Emergency Tasmania Conference 2018

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS CLOSES 4TH APRIL 2018 EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION CLOSES 6TH JUNE 2018  

Pre hospital Trauma Life Support Course

Tasmania is hosting the Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support Course in Hobart prior to the  Trauma Tasmania 2018 Symposium       https://phtls.com.au/event/phtls-5/ It would be greatly appreciated if you could help promote this course to those who might be interested in your network. We would be particularly keen to hear from people looking to become future instructors      

The Ambulance Victoria 2016-17 Cardiac Arrest Registry Report

  The Ambulance Victoria 2016-17 Cardiac Arrest Registry Report was launched this morning by the Victorian Premier and Minister for Health and Ambulance Services. Key highlights are: Victorians are more likely than ever to survive cardiac arrest. 37 per cent of Victorians who were seen to collapse, found in a shockable rhythm and then received…