University Of Tasmania Paramedic – Aged care provider BaptistCare has signed an agreement with the University of Tasmania to support the clinical education of undergraduate paramedic students.
BaptistCare learning, research and development consultant Dr Maree Duddle says the internships are designed to break down long-standing interprofessional barriers and strengthen relationships between paramedics, nursing and health professionals.
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“Effective multidisciplinary communication and collaboration are core to delivering safe, high-quality, person-centered care,” says Dr. Dude.
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“These new internships offer students the opportunity to work alongside healthcare professionals from a variety of disciplines and experience first-hand the rewards and challenges of working in aged care.
“Carefully planned, high-quality placement experiences are critical to the success of undergraduate health professional education and we are excited to be able to support the next generation of paramedics with this new program.”
BaptistCare Shalom Center and BaptistCare Cooinda Court were the first facilities to host a group of 16 final year paramedic students from the University of Tasmania in August.
The students participated in a clinical education program that includes all levels of nursing, health and medical professionals and participated in caring for residents across the range of aged care.
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The aim was to build on their growing clinical and professional knowledge and further prepare them for the increasingly complex environment of providing emergency care in the community.
At the end of the internship, a multidisciplinary education forum was held and the students presented a case study, reflecting their learning and the complexity of the residents’ care needs.
“This initial placement was a great success with strong engagement and positive feedback from residents, staff and administrators,” according to Dr. Duddell.
“The students were humbled by the experience and grateful for the opportunity to see care delivery from a different perspective.”
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A second group of University of Tasmania students will attend BaptistCare Waldock and BaptistCare Aminya centers later this month.
“We look forward to welcoming the next cohort of students and showcasing our facilities and dedicated staff who provide excellent care to our residents,” says Dr. Dude. At the College of Health and Medicine, we strive to meet the health needs of an aging population, reduce the burden of preventable chronic disease, and provide convenient and affordable health services while improving participation of consumers in health services.
As the University of Tasmania, we are in a unique position. We are the only university in the country, and as such we have a close bond with our community, our health system and our health professionals. Through these close ties we have built a lasting reputation for health professional education and translational research with local, national and global impact.
Our footprint extends beyond Tasmania, we have had a presence in NSW since 2006. Our campus is located in Rozelle and offers nursing and paramedic education in partnership with local hospitals, health services and NSW Ambulance. Our Rozelle campus also includes the Australian Institute of Health Services Management.
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The Nursing School of Nursing accommodates both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. We are Australia’s largest provider of online postgraduate nursing education.
Pharmacy and Pharmacology The School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology has a proud record of excellence and teaching and continues to be a world leader in pharmaceutical practice and drug safety research.
Psychological Sciences The School of Psychological Sciences aims to solve some of our community’s most challenging problems and offers specialized training, clinical services, and education at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Menzies Institute of Medical Research Menzies exists to carry out internationally important medical research that leads to healthier, longer and better lives for Tasmanians.
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The university brings together brilliant people with broad backgrounds and areas of expertise to solve critical problems for human health and medicine. Our research topics are: neuroscience, behavior and neurodegenerative diseases; prevention and management of chronic diseases; and molecular genetics of human diseases.
Our vision is “to transform health outcomes through world-class health professional education and research that is globally relevant and locally relevant, leading to healthier, longer and better lives.”
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Medicine Medicine is a demanding career and an exciting and important field. Medical studies are the beginning of a journey of lifelong learning in the field of health.
Nurses are highly regarded health professionals with a great depth of skills and knowledge. Few professions offer such challenges, rewards and diversity in the healthcare field.
Paramedics are often the first trained healthcare professional in a critical situation. They have the knowledge and skills to assess and manage a wide range of clinical presentations in any setting.
Pharmacists play a central role in primary health care teams. Working alongside doctors, nurses and other health professionals, they are essential in helping people manage their health.
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When you study at the Faculty of Health and Medicine, you prepare for lifelong learning and a career where you will make a difference in your community.
Many of our courses include work placements. As a student, this means you will be able to experience your chosen career in the workplace, putting theory into practice, in a real healthcare environment in Tasmania, across Australia and possibly even internationally.
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Learn about a career in paramedic through the eyes of a paramedic. There will be hands-on activities and opportunities to ask questions about life as a paramedic student.
A fast-track two-year degree and prepares students for opportunities to study in simulated and real-world environments. Students train in the university’s ambulance simulation vans and at various ambulance stations and other specialist healthcare facilities such as hospitals and aged care.
If you are compassionate, committed and want to make a difference in your community, a career in paramedicine may be right for you.
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Alistair Cole, Ben McLean, Matt Holt and Caitlin Beaumont have spent the past two weeks completing their recruitment with Ambulance Tasmania and will begin their authority to practice training from Monday.
For Ms Beaumont and Mr Cole, the role was an opportunity to return to their home state after growing up in Tasmania and completing their studies at UTAS.
After spending three years with the Queensland Ambulance Service, Ms Beaumont said she was readjusting to the cooler climate.
“I always knew I wanted to come back to Tasmania one day and I love its diversity