Welcome to our newest Scientist, Dr. Ryan Strum, who recently defended his PhD titled “The Development and Validation of the Emergency Department Avoidability Classification”. We are proud to see Ryan complete this milestone. Congratulations Dr. Strum!
Click here for the Most Significant Contribution Award The McNally Project for Paramedicine Research is an initiative rooted in community efforts to enhance research capabilities within the field of paramedicine. It serves as a collaborative hub for both established and
Click here for the Emerging Scholar Award The McNally Project for Paramedicine Research is an initiative rooted in community efforts to enhance research capabilities within the field of paramedicine. It serves as a collaborative hub for both established and emerging
Par la présente, nous vous avisons que le nouveau projet de norme CSA Z1660:2024, Cadre national de compétences des paramédics, a été soumis à l’examen public pour la période obligatoire de 60 jours conformément à la politique de la CSA.
Lire la version française Please be advised that the CSA Z1660:2024 Draft Standard, National Competency Framework for Paramedics (formerly known as the NOSP), has been posted for the mandatory 60-day Public Review period in accordance with CSA policy. The draft
Desmond Hedderson, McNally Project Fellow and an Advanced Care Paramedic from Newfoundland was recently awarded the Denis & Pat Protti Scholarship and the Donald Wagg Graduate Scholarship at the University of Victoria. Desmond’s passion lies in leveraging digital health technologies
Congratulations to McNally Project Scientist Dr. Justin Mausz who took home the ‘Best EMS Professional Research Presentation’ Award at NAEMSP recently! Dr. Mausz is co-Principal Investigator along with McNally Project Scientist Dr. Elizabeth Donnelly of the Violence in Paramedicine Research
Hot on the heels of her recent Top Oral Abstract win at the Canadian Donation and Transplantation Research Program conference, McNally Project Fellow Chelsea Lanos has been awarded a $20,000 ZOLL Foundation Research Grant to investigate and review organ donation
Congratulations to Fellow Chelsea Lanos who won the top oral abstract award at the Canadian Donation and Transplantation Research Program Annual Scientific Meeting in Montreal last week for her research into organ donation after cardiac arrest! The abstract for this
A team from the McNally Project for Paramedicine Research has been awarded $50,000 in funding to develop an interim Community Paramedicine Program Needs Assessment Tool. The team – Tyne Lunn (Member; Honours student), Cheryl Cameron (Senior Fellow; PhD student), Dr.