Several members and fellows of the McNally Project will speak at the Paramedic Association of Canada’s PACE 2019 conference, and will support the Paramedic Research Symposium pre-conference event in Winnipeg in September. Paige Mason will speak on ‘Female Leadership in
McNally members William Johnston and Chelsea Lanos will speak to the attendees at the Fanshawe College Paramedic Programs Research Day on April 6th. Further information, and free registration available here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/fanshawe-paramedic-programs-research-day-registration-55257858743 William (left) is a Primary Care Paramedic with the Ottawa
McNally Senior Fellow Justin Mausz will present the following abstract at Roadmaps to Resiliency: Investing in Mental Wellness for Ontario’s Workplaces on May 13-14, 2019 in Toronto. He will co-present this with Dr. Elizabeth Donnelly. How Do You Know What
McNally Senior Fellow Alan Batt, and his colleague John Gyuran at the Centre for Paramedic Education and Research (CPER) presented today at the OBHG Annual General Meeting in London, Ont. They presented an overview of reflective practice in paramedicine, and
Senior Fellow Justin Mausz (pictured left) and his team have been awarded a prestigious Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Catalyst Grant. CIHR has funded 22 projects through the Catalyst Grants in Post-Traumatic Stress Injuries (PSTI) among Public Safety Personnel competition.
McNally Senior Fellow Alan Batt will speak at the UK College of Paramedics National Conference on the 14th of May in Newcastle. He will speak on the results of a literature review he conducted on patient advocacy, and what