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Imagine Margaret River, Rottnest Island and some of Perth’s best venues then pair this with an informative and interactive three-hour session from some of Perth most well-known players in the Emergency Care space. All events are concluded with two hours of drinks and networking plus an optional e-learning component (minimum of 2 hours).


In 2022 Perth Emergency PD will return with registration open to all Medical Professionals although topics will focus on the emergency care setting. To join our mailing list to be notified of future events please ensure to complete the "Contact us" form found at the bottom of this page.





OCTOBER 7, 2021


A.Prof Paul Bailey

Session Title: How did we get here and where are we Going?

Matt O'Shea

Session Title: Ethical Conflict in Pre-Hospital Care - an Afghanistan Perspective

Dr Jessamine Soderstrom

Session Title: Snakebites

Staff from the Statewide Care Navigator Service and Statewide Pharmacy Service 

Session Title: WA Voluntary Assisted Dying


Come join us  for a twist on "Spring in the Valley"  with an afternoon of interactive and thought provoking PD followed by canapés and refreshments at Mandoon Estate in Perth's Swan Valley. This is not your typical run of the mill PD event with a strong focus on fast paced topical clinical discussion and networking.  


Associate Professor Paul Bailey (Medical Director, St John Ambulance) will be back on stage and leading a star studded line up from both the hospital and pre-hospital setting. Please ensure to complete the contact form or follow us on Instagram to be kept up to date with the event presenters and content.


Registration is open to all Medical Professionals (although specifically targeted to those working pre-hospital or in the ED setting) and the all inclusive cost of $210 covers:

  • Return shuttle bus departing from Elizabeth Quay, Perth City

  • 4 hours optional e-learning/ pre-event reading to ensure you are primed with questions!

  • 4 hours Interactive clinical PD

  • Afternoon tea

  • Substantial range of canapés 

  • 2 hour alcoholic drinks package


All up this is a whopping 10 hours of CPD that could count towards your yearly registration requirements with AHPRA.



1230: Bus departs from Perth City (Elizabeth Quay)

1300: Event welcome 

1315 : Ethical Conflict in Pre-Hospital Care - an Afghanistan Perspective"  - Matt O'Shea 

1400: A/Prof Paul Bailey - "How did we get here and where are we Going"?

1445: Afternoon tea

1515: WA Voluntary Assisted Dying-Statewide Care Navigator Service and Statewide Pharmacy Service

1600: Dr Jessamine Soderstrom - Snakebites!

1700:Substantial canapes and 2 hour alcoholic drinks package

1900: Event close 

1915: Bus departs to Perth City