Therapeutic Guidelines (TGL)
The Australiasian College of Paramedic Practitioners have an agreement with TGL that our Fellows, Associate Fellows and Members recieve 10% discount off the price of subscription to the TGL. Another great reason to join the College.
TGL provide more than 2500 Therapeutic Medical Guidelines topics, integrated into a single product for your computer or a TGL complete app is available.
TGL provide Paramedics, Paramedic Practitioners and Health Professionals with reliable and independent therapeutic information to help them make the best decisions for their patients.
TGL pride themselves on publishing expert, unbiased and objective information you can trust. TGL publications are intended specifically to meet the needs of busy Paramedics, Paramedic Practitioners and health professionals who want reliable, practical and user-friendly therapeutic information.
For further information see the TGL website: https://www.tg.org.au/
BankVic and Australasian College of Paramedic Practitioners have come together to provide better banking services to our members.
BankVic is the bank is for health professionals, police and emergency services, and their family and friends. They are about People before Profits and have been around since 1974 as a member-owned mutual bank.
They offer a different way of banking, where 100% of profits are reinvested to benefit members and the communities they are part of.
For the best banking deals, visit www.bankvic.com.au or call 13 63 73. You can also drop into either of their six branches, including branches at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Sunshine Hospital and Monash Medical Centre.
Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA) is the recognised national voice for allied health professions in Australia, representing and advocating for the role of allied health professionals in our health system.
As the peak national organisation for allied health professions, AHPA has an important strategic leadership role and is the body that the Federal Government and other national organisations turn to when they seek a collective view of allied health.
It is with great excitement that we announce on behalf of the ACPP, that our College has been accept as a member of the Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA). ACPP is the first paramedic organisation to be granted membership of this prestigious association. ACPP will be the 20th member.
The VAU is our first ever Community partner. The VAU is Victoria's and Australia's largest Paramedic, Patient Transport and Ambulance Union with over 4,500 members.
The VAU has supported the development of the Australasian College of Paramedic Practitioners and supports the development of a Paramedic Practitioner model.
For further information about the VAU see their website: https://www.vicambounion.org/
CRANAplus exists to ensure the delivery of safe, high quality primary healthcare to remote and isolated areas of Australia. CRANA is an affordable, grassroots, not-for profit, membership based organisation that has provided over 30 years of education, support and professional services for the multi-disciplinary remote health workforce. The Australasian College of Paramedic Practitioners and CRANAplus have signed a Memorandium of Understanding that recognises ACPP as the Peak Body for Paramedic Practitioners and Primary Healthcare Paramedics; and mutually ACPP recognises CRANAplus as the Peak Body for Remote and Rural Health Care Practitioners and Remote Area Nurses. Our relationship will provide our members with a range of discounts and educational opportunities. To view the CRANAplus website: https://crana.org.au/