Congratulations to McNally members Tyne Lunn, Cheryl Cameron, Chelsea Lanos and Alan Batt, whose work on paramedics and their role in grief support won the Best Oral Abstract at the Alberta Health Services EMS Paramedicine Research Day. The work was
The Paramedics Connecting Through Applied Research (Paramedics CARe) conference aims to mobilize knowledge on the latest research in Canadian paramedicine and foster intersectoral and transdisciplinary collaboration between academic researchers, educators, provincial and municipal government, private small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that
You are invited to our next webinar scheduled for February 4, 2021 1:30pm EST, ‘Paramedic Chiefs of Canada White Paper: Discussion on 10 Guiding Principles for Paramedicine in Canada’ with Walter Tavares, Ian Blanchard and Dale Weiss. What Will We
May 27th, 2021 via Zoom. Details to follow.
CBC Radio-Canada will be presenting an episode of their lay-public science show Découverte dedicated to “artificial intelligence and 911” this Sunday (January 17) at 6:30pm, which will include an interview with McNally Project Collaborator-Scientist Dr. Luc de Montigny, who will speak about
2021 Annual ConferenceResearch in prehospital care: Past, pandemic, present & future Tuesday 23 March 2021 – Online http://999emsresearch.co.uk/call-for-abstracts We are pleased to announce that our annual 999 EMS Research Forum conference will take place online on Tuesday 23 March 2021.
Save the date: during the week of 12th April 2021, the College of Paramedics and the Australasian College of Paramedicine are hosting the first International Paramedic Education Conference. This is a virtual, online conference running through the week. It will
The Dalhousie University Division of EMS 12th Annual EMS Research Day was held on Tuesday, October 27th, 2020. Eleven studies were presented on the day. McNally Project Fellow J. Chris Smith won the Ron Stewart Top Paramedic Research Award on the
Dalhousie EMS Research Day Keynote speaker – John Taplin, Fellow Lived experiences of COVID-19 Fellow Lindsey Boechler, along with Scientist Polly Ford Jones, Fellows Cheryl Cameron & Chris Smith, and member Patrick Suthers are working on a research project investigating the