Revolutionising CPR

For FACEM Dr Paul Bailey, it is the sense of team work that emergency medicine promotes which drives his passion for the specialty.

“We’re a broad group of individuals and generally excellent team players,” says Dr Bailey, the Director of Emergency Medicine at St John of God Murdoch Hospital, one of the leading private health campuses in Western Australia. He is also Clinical Services Director for St John Ambulance WA.

It is this passion that will see him take to the stage at November’s Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) in Perth where he talk about High Performance, High Impact CPR, focusing on “how we are revolutionising out of hospital cardiac arrest outcomes in Western Australia, and a call to arms for ACEM Fellows”.

With an interest in cardiac arrest, Dr Bailey hopes that attendees to his presentation leave with the understanding that the key to good outcomes is getting the basics right at expert level, every time.

Dr Bailey was recently featured in the media talking about his passion for improvement in the approach to CPR.

“Having last attended the ASM in Brisbane, I am eager to attend and present at this year’s ASM, and being a Perth local makes it even more special,” Dr Bailey says.

Register now

Registration is open for the ASM, themed ‘On the Edge’. Join us 18-22 November in Perth where we explore the multiple different facets of life in emergency medicine.

Check out the program and further details on the ASM website.