'Thinking Forward- Ambulance Services in Diverse Settings'; was held at Sky City Darwin- 26-28 August
More details to follow
The CAA has released a Position Paper outlining the vital role that ambulance services play in emergency management, the capability they bring to this life-saving work and some of the issues that need to be addressed to make best use of their distinctive skills.
The CAA Ambulance Awards will be held at SKYCITY Darwin on the 27th August 2014. Submissions are now closed
CAA CEO Update
Mr David Waters has been appointed Interim Chief Executive of CAA after the departure of Greg Mundy, who has taken up a position as CEO, Rural Health Workforce Australia. David will continue in his current role as Chief Executive, Ambulance NZ (the New Zealand equivalent of CAA).
CAA accredited courses ensure graduates meet the requisite education, training and practice proficiency standards for employment with Australian and New Zealand ambulance services as entry-level Ambulance Paramedics.
13th National Rural Health Conference- Call for Abstracts
AFAC14 - After disaster strikes, learning from adversity: Wellington, 2-5 September 2014
International Roundtable on Community Paramedicine (IRCP)
The tenth IRCP meeting will be held in Reno, Nevada, United States, September 2-5 2014
AACE (UK) Ambulance Leadership Forum (ALF) : November 18-19 2014
10th International Spark of Life Conference, Hilton Adelaide SA. 1-2 May 2015