McNally Project Fellow Cheryl Cameron and member Tyne Lunn will deliver a virtual lunch talk to members of the University of Alberta Interdisciplinary Health Club on the “Critical Role of Paramedics” on December 13th.
There is a need to enhance our knowledge of neonatal resuscitation, as well as the efficacy of different interventions, and the quality of resuscitation, thus improving the quality of the evidence which forms the basis of neonatal resuscitation guidelines and
Several McNally Project members will present oral and poster presentations at the upcoming Australasian College of Paramedicine International Conference next week. Congratulations to all! McNally Project member Lindsey Boechler will present work on behalf of team-members Patrick Suthers, Dr. Polly
A 24- hour research conference focusing on issues facing the paramedic profession involving speakers drawn from around the world. It is running over 24 hours to accommodate all time zones and is the first ever paramedic ‘Conference-athon’ . Several McNally
Dear colleagues, Please accept this invitation to participate in an international research study aimed at identifying global research priorities for paramedicine. The first phase of this study will remain open until November 5th. This will be achieved by a 3-phase
W. Tavares, A. Allana, L. Beaune, D. Weiss & I. Blanchard (2021) Principles to Guide the Future of Paramedicine in Canada, Prehospital Emergency Care, DOI: 10.1080/10903127.2021.1965680 Paramedicine in Canada has experienced significant growth in recent years, which has resulted in
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