Effective care for patients who present with agitation and aggression is a critical component of emergency practice. In providing this care, the safety of patients and carers is paramount. This Symposium will bring together all types of health professionals (nurses, doctors, allied health providers, administrators etc.) involved in Emergency Department care to explore opportunities for improving care and safety.
In a world of ordinary, be extraordinary! By going booze-free this July you can support The Alfred in making improvements that will make an extraordinary difference in the lives of those impacted by cancer. Get involved and get your family, friends and work colleagues to sign up and make a healthy change in your own lives – all while positively impacting others.
Organ and tissue donation has the ability to transform and save lives. Dying to Live is a film that explores this difficult subject with compassion and grace. The screening is part of an event put on by Petra Brosch whose life was saved after receiving a heart transplant at The Alfred.
This international half-day course is aimed at providing health care personnel with the skills and knowledge to manage the patient in the immediate period of crisis. The program covers a refresher of the ALS1 full day course content i.e. the recognition, assessment and immediate management of the critically ill and deteriorating patient.
Join the thousands of people who will take to the streets of this amazing city to Run Melbourne in July. Make your run count – join Team Alfred and help raise funds to help The Alfred in saving lives, improving lives and advancing medical research.
Our Research Course is a semester-long program run conjointly by Monash University and The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre. It is relevant to emergency, trauma and critical care physicians and is equivalent to two post graduate units (12 credit points) for a Master of Clinical Medicine or Master of Public Health (TBC) at Monash University.
This international one-day course is aimed at providing health care personnel with the skills and knowledge to manage the patient in the immediate period of crisis. The program covers the recognition, assessment and immediate management of the critically ill and deteriorating patient.