Read the McNally Project public comment on proposed changes to implement new models of care that would permit select low-acuity 9-1-1 patients to receive appropriate community-based care, rather than transport to the Emergency Department
The McNally Project is a grassroots initiative intended to build research capacity in paramedicine. We’re a community, of and for, researchers and those hoping to become researchers. We strive to contribute knowledge to the literature on paramedicine and topics related to paramedicine. Our
Our members have been involved in hundreds of publications and presentations worldwide, and we contribute to diverse clinical, paramedicine, social sciences and education literature, including health professions education, clinical care, professionalism, resuscitation, paramedic service delivery, mental health and much more.
Our members are involved with diverse projects across the realms of education, professionalisation, advocacy, paramedic well-being and scholarly activity, in addition to their contributions via publications and presentations. Our contributions include expert technical input, peer-review, editorial support, grant application, project management