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CNME Study Day - Triage and Trauma Presentations
From: 17/02/2019 21:15 PM
To: 18/02/2019 05:30 AM

20 Foster St
Hamilton, Victoria 3300

Event Details

Trauma and Triage

Triage and Trauma Presentations with Rob Timmings ECT4Health

MONDAY 18th February, 2019


$52.00 registration  |  Graduate Nurses and Students $26.00

(WDHS staff are required to complete the Request to Attend Form in addition to purchasing tickets*)

Lunch and refreshments provided





Principles of Triage


 Primary Assessment and Types of Shock


 MORNING TEA – & Secondary Assessment Demo


 Chest Injury and Recognising Pneumothorax




 Abdominal Trauma Initial Assessment


 Pelvis and Musculoskeletal Injury




 Burns Assessment and Management


 Envenomation – Snake and other Creepies

About the Presenter:

Rob Timmings has been a full-time Nurse Educator for 17 years and annually takes a contract in a remote area or an emergency setting to remain clinically current. Since 2007 the ECT4Health Team has offered a variety of nursing CPD seminars, workshops and educational holidays, to assist those looking to further their knowledge in the health industry throughout Australia and for some of Australia’s biggest organisations - Queensland Health, Ausmed Education, Primed, University of Queensland, NSW Health, Australian College of Emergency Nursing - just to name a few. 

Please Note:

  • There is NO smoking allowed on any campus of Western District Health Service
  • The temperature in our centre runs at 20º C. Please dress to suit this temperature – bring a jacket/warm top. 
  • Parking is available on Foster St (avoid 2 hour parks) and Kitchener St

Terms and Conditions:

Learning and Development Study Days

A minimum of 72 hours’ notice prior to the event is required for cancellation and fee reimbursement.  Registration fees will not be reimbursed for non-attendance.  Enquiries to the Learning and Development Centre on 03 5551 8343.

CNME Study Day - Triage and Trauma Presentations

Triage and Trauma Presentations with Rob Timmings ECT4Health