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 contributions appear in peer-reviewed journals, professional/non peer-reviewed publications, online blog posts and technical reports and standards.

Here you will find a list of publications and presentations in which McNally Project members have been involved. McNally Project members are highlighted in bold.

Peer-reviewed publications

Batt, A.M., Tavares, W., Williams, B. The development of competency frameworks in healthcare professions: a scoping review. Advances in Health Sciences Education. Accepted. Pre-print (medRxiv)

Tavares, W. Roads less traveled: understanding the “why” in simulation as an integrated continuing professional development activity. Adv Simul 4, 24 (2019) https://doi.org/10.1186/s41077-019-0111-z

Tavares, W., Young, M., Gauthier, G., & St-Onge, C. (2019). The Effect of Foregrounding Intended Use on Observers’ Ratings and Comments in the Assessment of Clinical Competence. Academic Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1097/ACM.0000000000003076

Tavares, W., Kuper, A., Kulasegaram, K., Whitehead, C. Adv in Health Sci Educ (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10459-019-09939-9

Hines Duncliffe, T., D’Angelo, B., Brock, M., Fraser, C., Lamarra, J., Austin, N., Pusateri, M., Batt, A.M. The effects of stress on the driving abilities of paramedic students: a pilot, simulator-based study. International Paramedic Practice. 2019;9(4).

Leyenaar MS, Strum RP, Batt AM, Sinha S, Nolan M, Agarwal G, Tavares W, Costa A. Examining consensus for a standardised patient assessment in community paramedicine home visits: a RAND/UCLA-modified Delphi Study. BMJ Open. 2019;9:e031956. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-031956

Cochrane, A., Pithia, P., Laird, E., Mifflin, K., Sonley-Long, V., Batt, A.M. Investigating the attitudes of Canadian paramedic students towards homelessness. International Journal of Caring Sciences. 2019;12(3): 1781-1787.

Batt, A. M. (2019). Explore and evolve. International Paramedic Practice, 9(3):53.

Leyenaar, M., McLeod, B., Penhearow, S., Strum, R., Brydges, M., Mercier, E., Brousseau, A., Besserer, F., Agarwal, G., Tavares, W., Costa, A. (2019). What do community paramedics assess? An environmental scan and content analysis of patient assessment in community paramedicine. CJEM, 1-10. doi:10.1017/cem.2019.379

Buick JE, Wallner C, Aickin R, Meaney PA, de Caen A, Maconochie I, Skifvaras MB, Welsford M.  Paediatric targeted temperature management post cardiac arrest: A systematic review and meta-analysis.  Resuscitation.  2019 Apr; ePub Ahead of Print.

Leyenaar, M.S., Tavares, W., Agarwal, G., & Costa, A.P. Indicators of paramedic service use by community dwelling older adults. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2019; 4(1). https://doi.org/10.32378/ijp.v4i1.74

Makrides, T. and Pepper, M. (2019). Australian Tactical Medical Association and the Journal of High Threat & Austere Medicine: A joint initiative to progress a niche subspecialty of medicine. Journal of High Threat & Austere Medicine, 1(1), pp.1-5.

Delport, A., Makrides, T., Delport, S. and Makrides, H. (2019). Insidious bleeding; the danger of complacency: Case Report. Journal of High Threat & Austere Medicine, 1(1), pp.1-5.

Kus, L., Henderson, L., Batt, A.M. Empathy in paramedic practice: an overview. Journal of Paramedic Practice. 2019. 11(4). https://doi.org/10.12968/jpar.2019.11.4.CPD1

Ramey, S., MacQuarrie, A., Cochrane, A., McCann, I., Johnston, C.W., Batt, A.M. Drowsy and dangerous? Fatigue in paramedics: an overview. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2019; 4(1).  https://doi.org/10.32378/ijp.v4i1.175

Pagano, A., Robinson, K., Ricketts, C., Cundy-Jones, J., Henderson, L., Cartwright, W., Batt, A.M. Empathy levels in Canadian paramedic students: a longitudinal study. International Journal of Caring Sciences. 2018;11(3): 1492-1498.

Salcido DD, Schmicker RH, Kime N, Buick JE, Cheskes S, Grunau B, Zellner S, Zive D, Aufderheide TP, Killer AC, Herren H, Nuttall J, Sundermann ML, Menegazzi JJ, Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium Investigators.  Effects of intra-resuscitation antiarrhythmic administration on rearrest occurence and intra-resuscitation ECG characteristics in the ROC ALPS trial.  Resuscitation.  2018 May; 129: 6-12

D’Alessandro, C., Drennan, I., Newbigging, J., Johri, A. Paramedic POCUS, Turning Our Heads to the Prehospital Side of the Fence: A Narrative Review of Education, Training and Future Direction. The Journal of Point of Care Ultrasound. 2018;3(1):6-12.

Kurz MC, Schmicker RH, Leroux B, Nichol G, Aufderheide T, Cheskes C, Gruanu B, Jasti J, Kudenchuk P, Vilke G, Buick J, Wittwer L, Shani R, Brienza A, Straight R, Wang HE. Advanced vs Basic Life Support in the Treatment of Out-of-Hospital Cardiopulmonary Arrest in the Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium. Resuscitation. 2018 Jul; 128: 132-137.

Makrides, T. & Davoren, B. (2018). Competing to Increase Capability: The Team from the Land Down Under’s Experience at the National Tactical Medicine Competition 2018. Journal of Special Operations Medicine. 18(2). Pp. 149-152.

Johnston, C.W. and Batt, A.M. Canadian Paramedic Program Use of Realistic Simulation in Education (PURSE): a descriptive study. Domain 3 – Journal of the National Association of EMS Educators. 2019(Winter):10-15.

Delport, S., Gyuran, J., Knox, S., Batt, A.M. Implications for reflective practice and safer care in paramedicine: The Bawa-Garba case. Journal of Paramedic Practice. 2018;10(11):462.

Schierholtz, T, Carter, D., Kane, A., Kemp, O., Gallant, C., Sheikh, B., Johnston, C.W. & Zecevic, A. (2018) Impact of Lift Assist Calls on Paramedic Services: A Descriptive Study. Prehospital Emergency Care, https://doi.org/10.1080/10903127.2018.1483454

Kus, L., Gosling, C., Wilson, T., Batt, A.M. Exploring empathy levels among Canadian paramedic students. International Paramedic Practice. 2018. 8(3):42-47.

Colbeck, M., Maria, S., Eaton, G., Campbell, C., Batt, A.M., Caffey, M. International examination and synthesis of the primary and secondary surveys in paramedicine. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2018;3(2). https://doi.org/10.32378/ijp.v3i2.91

Leyenaar, M., McLeod, B., Chan, J., Tavares, W., Costa, A., & Agarwal, G. (2018). A scoping study and qualitative assessment of care planning and case management in community paramedicine. Irish Journal of Paramedicine, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.32378/ijp.v3i1.76

Pollack RA, Brown SP, Rea T, Aufderheide T, Barbic D, Buick JE, Christenson J, Idris AH, Jasti J, Kampp M, Kudenchuk P, May S, Muhr M, Nichol G, Ornato JP, Sopko G, Vaillancourt C, Morrison L, Weisfeldt M, ROC Investigators.  Impact of Bystander Automated External Defibrillator Use on Survival and Functional Outcomes in Shockable Observed Public Cardiac Arrests.  Circulation.  2018 May; 137 (20): 2104-2113.

Mausz, J., Snobelen, P., Tavares, W. “Please. Don’t. Die.”: A Grounded Theory Study of Bystander Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes. 2018 Feb;11(2):e004035

Cameron, C. Defining Mentorship in Prehospital Care: A Qualitative Analysis of the Characteristics of Prehospital Mentors (EMS Gathering 2018 and Irish College of Paramedics Scientific Symposium 2018 Abstract Supplement). Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2018; 3(2). https://doi.org/10.32378/ijp.v3i2.135

Buick JE, Drennan IR, Scales DC, Brooks SC, Byers A, Cheskes S, Dainty KN, Feldman M, Verbeek PR, Zhan C, Kiss A, Morrison LJ, Lin S, Rescu Investigators.  Improving Temporal Trends in Survival and Neurological Outomces After Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrests.  Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes.  2018 Jan; 11: 1-11.

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Delport, S., Norman, S., Jenkins, S., Cummins, F. Implementation of a STEMI bypass protocol in the Northern United Arab Emirates. Heart Views. 2018;19:121-7. https://doi.org/10.4103/HEARTVIEWS.HEARTVIEWS_81_17

Tavares, W., Sadowski, A., Eva, KW.  Asking for Less and Getting More: The Impact of Broadening and Rater’s Focus in Formative Assessment. Academic Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1097/ACM.0000000000002294

Mason, P. and Batt, A.M. #FOAMems: engaging paramedics with free, online open-access education. Journal of Education and Health Promotion. 2018; 7:32. 5 pg.

Do M, Furlong G, Leyenaar, M., Nolan M, Poirier P, Field B, Thompson W.  What can paramedic data tell us about the opioid crisis in Canada? Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada.  2018; 38(9).

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Ward, G., Lonergan, D., Cummins, F. Reducing the trauma burden in the United Arab Emirates – a brief report. Mediterranean Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2018;26:25-28.

Agarwal, G., Brydges, M. Effects of a community health promotion program on social factors in a vulnerable older adult population residing in social housing. BMC Geriatrics. 2018 Apr 16;18(1):95. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12877-018-0764-9

Asbury, E., Rasku T., Thyer L. Campbell C., Holmes L., Sutton C. Tavares W. IPAWS: The International Paramedic Anxiety Wellbeing and Stress Study. Emerg Med Australas. 2017 Dec 8. https://doi.org/10.1111/1742-6723.12918.

Starks MA, Schmicker RH, Peterson ED, May S, Buick JE, Kudenchuk PJ, Drennan IR, Herren H, Jasti J, Sayre M, Stub D, Vilke GM, Stephens SW, Chang AM, Nuttall J, Nichol G, Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium.  Association of Neighbourhood Demographics with Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Treatment and Outcomes: Where You Live May Matter.  JAMA Cardiol.  2017 Oct 1; 2(10): 1110-1118

Tavares W, Brydges R, Myre P, Prpic J, Turner L, Yelle R, Huiskamp M. Applying Kane’s Validity Framework to Simulation Based Assessment of Clinical Competence. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract. 2017 Oct 27. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10459-017-9800-3.

Humphy-Murto, S., Wood, T., Ross, S., Tavares, W., Kvern, B., Sidhu, R., Sargeant, J., Touchie, C.  Assessment Pearls for Competency-Based Medical Education. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2017 Dec;9(6):688-691. https://doi.org/10.4300/JGME-D-17-00365.1.

Batt, A.M., Ward, G., Acker, J. Paramedic patient advocacy: a review and discussion. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. 2017;15(4):8. 7 pg. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1117355

Tavares, W., Drennan, I., Van Diepen, K., Kedzierski, N., Spearen, C., Barrette, N., Mercuri, M.  Building Capacity in Healthcare by Re-examining Clinical Services in Paramedicine. Prehospital Emergency Care. 2017 May 3:1-10 https://doi.org/10.1080/10903127.1311391

Drennan, I.Tavares, W., Morrison, L.  Expanding Paramedicine in the Community (EPIC): A Methods Paper.  CJEM. 2017 Jun 7:1-9. https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2017.36.

Leggio, W., Batt, A.M., Berry, J., Fentress, T., Vosper, M., Walsh, K., Dinsch, J. Correlation of formative assessments as the means of predicting summative performance for paramedic students. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, 2017;15(4):2. 4 pg.

Batt, A.M. and Knox, S. Building research capacity in Irish prehospital practitioners. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2017;2(2):3 pg. https://doi.org/10.32378/ijp.v2i2.67

Salcido DD, Schmicker RH, Buick JE, Cheskes S, Gruanu B, Kudenchuk P, Leroux B, Zellner S, Zive D, Audferheide TP, Koller AC, Herren H, Nuttall J, Sundermann ML, Mennegazzi JJ, Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium Investigators.  Compression-to-ventilation ratio and incidence of rearrest – A secondary analysis of the ROC CCC trial.  Resuscitation.  2017 Jun; 115: 68-74.

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Cummins, F. Urgent need to strengthen the chain of survival in the United Arab Emirates. Emergency. 2017;5(1):e51. PMID: 28286858.

Bowles, R. R., van Beek, C., & Anderson, G. S. (2017). Four dimensions of paramedic practice in Canada: Defining and describing the profession. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine, 14(3). 1-12.

Lee M, Demirtas D, Buick JE, Feldman MJ, Cheskes S, Morrison LJ. Chan TCY, Rescu Epistry Investigators.  Increased Cardiac Arrest Survival and Bystander Interventions in Enclosed Pedestrian Walkway Systems.  Resuscitation.  2017 Sep; 118: 1-7.

Berhanu, A., Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Cummins, F. Re: A profile of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the Northern Emirates, United Arab Emirates. Saudi Medical Journal. 2017;38(6):666-668. https://doi.org/10.15537/smj.2017.6.20128.

Boutiller JJ, Brooks SC, Janmohamed A, Byers A, Buick JE, Zhan C, Schoellig AP, Cheskes S, Morrison LJ, Chan TC.  Optimizing a Drone Network to Deliver Automated External Defibrillators.  Circulation.  2017. Jun 20; 115: 68-74

Cheskes S, Byers A, Zhan C, Verbeek PR, Ko D, Drennan IR, Buick JE, Brooks SC, Lin S, Taher A, Morrison LJ.  CPR Quality During Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Transport.  Resuscitation.  2017 May; 114: 34-39.

Cheskes S, Byers A, Zhan C, Verbeek PR, Ko D, Drennan IR, Buick JE, Brooks SC, Lin S, Taher A, Morrison LJ.  Reply to: Performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation during ambulance transport: Safety and efficacy.  Resuscitation.  2017 Jul; 116: e17.

Turris, S. A., Lund, A., Bowles, R., Camporese, M., & Green, T. (2017). Patient presentations and medical logistics at full and half Ironman distance triathlons. Current Sports Medicine Reports. 16(3). 1-7.

Orkin AM, Zhan C, Buick JE, Drennan IR, Klaiman M, Leece P, Morrison LJ.  Out-of-hopsital cardiac arrest survival in drug-related versus cardiac causes in Ontario: A retrospective cohort study.  PLoS ONE.  2017 Apr 26; 12(4): e0176441

Shuvy M, Morrison LJ, Hok M, Qiu F, Buick JE, Dorain P, Scales DC, Tu JV, Verbeek PR, Wijeysundera HC, Ko DT.  Long-term clinical outcomes and predictors of survival of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.  Resuscitation.  2017 Mar; 112: 59-64

Brydges, M., Denton, M., & Agarwal, G. The CHAP-EMS health promotion program: a qualitative study on participants’ views of the role of paramedics. BMC Health Services Research, 16(1), 435-445.

Mausz, J., Tavares, W.  Learning in professionally ‘distant’ contexts: Opportunities and challenges. Advances in Health Sciences, Education, Theory, and Practice. 2016 Jun 13

Mausz, J., Donovan, S., McConnell, M., Lapalme, C., Webb, A., Feres, E., Tavares, W. Reformulations of practice: Beyond experience in paramedic airway management. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 19(4). pg 293-304.

Mausz, J., Cheskes, S. The impact of prehospital resuscitation research on in-hospital care. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 17(5)

Tavares, W., Mausz, J. Assessment of non-clinical attributes in paramedicine using multiple mini interviews. Emergency Medicine Journal, 32(70).

Bowles, R., Anderson, G., & Vaughan, C. (2016). Building resilient communities: Enablers and constraints. Journal of Emergency Management. 14(4). 233 – 243. DOI: 10.5055/jem.2016.0289

Lin S, Turgulov A, Taher A, Buick JE, Byers A, Drennan IR, Hu S, Morrison LJ.  Automated Data Abstraction of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Process Measures For Complete Episodes of Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation.  Acad Emerg Med. 2016 Oct; 23(10): 1178-1181

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Ward, G., Pilapil, C., Delport, S., Cummins, F. Paediatric Cardiac Arrests in the Northern Emirates, United Arab Emirates. Mediterranean Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016;25:30-34.

Evans CC, Peterson A, Meier EN, Buick JE, Schreiber M, Kannas D, Austin MA, ROC Investigators.  Prehospital traumatic cardiac arrest: Management and outcomes from the resuscitation outcomes consortium epistry-trauma and PROPHET registries.  J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2016 Aug;81(2):285-93

Buick JE, Ray JG, Kiss A, Morrison LJ.  The Association Between Neighbourhood Effects and Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Outcomes.  Resuscitation. 2016 Jun; 103: 14-9.

Newgard C., Sanchez BJ, Bulger EM, Brasel KJ, Byers A, Buick JE, Sheehan KL, Guyette FX, King RV, Mena-Munoz J, Minei JP, Schmicker RH, ROC Investigators.  A Geospatial Analysis of Severe Firearm Injuries Compared to Other Injury Mechanisms: Event Characteristics, Location, Timing and Outcomes.  Acad Emerg Med. 2016 May; 23(5): 554-65.

Tavares, W., LeBlanc, V., Mausz, J., Sun, V., Eva, K. Simulation based assessment of paramedics and performance in real clinical contexts. Prehospital Emergency Care, 18(1)

Tavares, W., Bowles R., Donelon, B.  Informing a Canadian Paramedic Profile: Framing Concepts, Roles and Crosscutting Themes.  BMC Health Services Research. 2016. 16:477

Turris, S., Steenkamp. M., Lund, A., Hutton, A., Ranse, J., Bowles, R., Arbuthnott, K., Anikeeva, O., & Arbon, P. (2016). International Consensus on Key Concepts and Data Definitions for Mass-gathering Health: Process and Progress. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 31(4). 1-4.

Jensen, JL., Bienkowski, A., Travers, AH., Calder, LA., Walker M., Tavares W. A Survey to Determine Decision-Making Styles of Working Paramedics and Student Paramedics. CJEM 18 (03), 213-222

Tavares, W., Boet, S.  On the Assessment of Paramedic Competence:  A Narrative Review with Practice Implications.  Prehospital Disaster Med. 2016 Feb;31(1):64-73

Byrne JP, Mann NC, Hoeft CJ, Buick J, Karanicolas P, Rizoli S, Hunt JP, Nathens AB.  The Impact of Short Prehospital Times on Trauma Center Performance Benchmarking: An Ecologic Study.  J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2016 Apr; 80(4): 586-94.

Drennan IR, Strum RP, Byers A, Buick JE, Lin S, Cheskes S, Hu S, Morrison LJ.  Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in high-rise buildings: delays to patient care and effects on survival.  CMAJ. 2016. Apr 5; 188(6): 413-9

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Cummins, F. Out-of-hospital adult cardiac arrests in a university hospital in central Saudi Arabia. Saudi Medical Journal. 2016;37(6):714. https://doi.org/10.15537/smj.2016.6.14851.

Gauthier, G., St-Onge, C. Tavares, W. Rater Cognition: Conceptualizing common findings and understandings.  Medical Education. Med Educ. 2016 May;50(5):511-22.

Tavares, W., S Ginsburg, KW Eva. Selecting and simplifying: Rater performance and behavior when considering multiple competencies. Teaching and learning in medicine. (2016). 28 (1), 41-51.

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Cummins, F. A profile of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the Northern Emirates, United Arab Emirates. Saudi Medical Journal. 2016;37(11):1206-1213. https://doi.org/10.15537/smj.2016.11.16126.

Batt, A.M. and Cummins, N. E-learning on the road: online learning and social media for continuous professional competency. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2016;1(1). 8 pg.

Batt, A.M., Tomkinson, C., Morgan, L., Norman, S. Do paramedics have a role to play in organ donation? Transplantation. 2016;100(8):e42-e43. https://doi.org/10.1097/TP.0000000000001212.

Dell, C. A., Chalmers, D., Gillett, J., Rohr, B., Nickel, C., Campbell, L.,… & Brydges, M. PAWSing student stress: A pilot study of the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog program on three Canadian campuses. Canadian Journal of Counseling and Psychotherapy. 2015; 49(4), 332.

Perkins GD, Travers AH, Berg RA, Castren M, Considine J, Escalante R, Gazmuri RJ, Koster RW, Lim SH, Natin KJ, Olasveengen TM, Sakamoto T, Sayre MR, Sierra A, Smyth MA, Stanton D, Vaillancourt C.  Part 3: Adult Basic Life Support and Automated External Defibrillation – 2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations.  Resuscitation.  2015; 95:e43-e69. (Buick, JE – collaborator)

Drennan IR, Buick JE, Cheskes S. Outcomes After Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Treated by Basic vs Advanced Life Support. JAMA Intern Med. 2015; 175(8)1421-1422.

Travers AH, Perkins GD, Berg RA, Castren M, Considine J, Escalante R, Gazmuri RJ, Koster RW, Lim SH, Natin KJ, Olasveengen TM, Sakamoto T, Sayre MR, Sierra A, Smyth MA, Stanton D, Vaillancourt C.  Part 3: Adult Basic Life Support and Automated External Defibrillation – 2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations.  Circulation.  2015; 132(suppl 1):S51-S83. (Buick, JE – collaborator)

Garcia, J., Coste, A., Tavares, W., Nuño, N., & Lachapelle, K. (2015). Assessment of competency during orotracheal intubation in medical simulation. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 115(2), 302-307.

Naismith, L., Sibbald, M., Cheung, J., Haji, F., Tavares, W., Cavalcanti, R. Practicing what we preach: using Cognitive Load Theory for workshop design and evaluation.  Perspect Med Educ. 2015 Oct 21.

Fung, L., Boet, S., Bould, MD., Qosa, H., Perrier, L., Tricco, A., Tavares, W., Reeves, W.  Impact of Crisis Resource Management Simulation-Based Training for Inteprefessional and Interdisciplinary Teams:  A Systematic Review.  J Interprof Care. 2015 May 14:1-12.

Orkin AM, Bingham K, Buick JE, Klaiman M, Leece P, Kouyoumdjian   Quality Assessment Errors and Study Misclassification Threaten Systematic Review Validity: Community Opioid Overdose Prevention and Naloxone Distribution Programs Review.  J Addict Med. 2015; 9(6): 502-3.

Orkin AO, Bingham K, Klaiman M, Leece P, Buick JE, Kouyoumdjian F, Morrison LJ, Hu H.  An Agenda for Naloxone Distribution Research and Practice: Meeting Report of the Surviving Opioid Overdose with Naloxone (SOON) International Working Group.  J Addict Res Ther 2015; 6(1): 212

Heinelt, M., Drennan, IR., Kim, J., Lucas, S., Grant, K., Spearen, C., Tavares, W., Al-Imari, L., Philpott, J., Hoogeveen, P., Morrison, LJ.  Prehospital Identification of Underlying Coronary Artery Disease by Community Paramedics.  Prehosp Emerg Care. 2015;19(4):548-53.

Osei-Ampofo M, Cheskes S, Byers A, Drennan IR, Buick JE, Verbeek PR. A novel approach to improve time to first shock in out-of-hospital STEMI complicated by ventricular fibrillation.  Prehosp Emerg Care. 2015; 30:1-5.

Newgard CD, Meier E, Bulger E, Buick J, Sheeham K, Lin S, Minei JP, Barnes-Mackey RA, Brasel K.  Revisiting the “Golden Hour”: An Evaluation of Out-of-Hospital Time in Shock and Traumatic Brain Injury.  Ann Emerg Med; 2015; 66(1): 30-41.

Stub D, Schmicker RH, Anderson ML, Callaway CW, Daya MR, Sayre MR, Elmer J, Grunau BE, Aufderheide TP, Lin S, Buick JE, Zive D, Peterson ED, Nichol G. Association between hospital post-resuscitative performance and clinical outcomes after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2015 Jul;92:45-52

Daya MR, Schmicker RH, Zive DM, Rea TD, Nichol G, Buick JE, Brooks S, Christenson J, MacPhee R, Craig A, Rittenberger JC, Davis DP, May S, Wigginton J, Wang H. Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survival improving over time: Results from the Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC). Resuscitation. 2015;91:108-115.

Buick JE, Allan KS, Ray JG, Kiss A, Dorian P, Gozdyra P, Morrison LJ. Does location matter? A proposed methodology to evaluate neighbourhood effects on cardiac arrest survival and bystander CPR. CJEM. 2015;17(3):286-294.

Buick JE, Lin S, Rac VE, Brooks SC, Kierzek G, Morrison LJ.  Drowings: An overlooked cause of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in a Canadian Population.  CJEM.  2014; 16(4): 314-21.

Lund, A., Turris, S. A., Bowles, R., Steenkamp, M., Hutton, A., Ranse, J., & Arbon, P. (2014). Mass-gathering health research foundational theory: part 1-population models for mass gatherings. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine,29(6), 648-654

Turris, S. A., Lund, A., Hutton, A., Bowles, R., Ellerson, E., Steenkamp, M., … & Arbon, P. (2014). Mass-gathering health research foundational theory: Part 2-event modeling for mass gatherings. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine29(6), 655-663.

Brydges, M., Birze, A., Spearen, C. & Tavares, W. (2014). A culture in transition: paramedic experiences with community referral programs. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 17(6), 631-638.

Morrison LJ, Eby D, Veigas PV, Zhan C, Kiss A, Arcieri V, Hoogeveen P, Loreto C, Welsford M, Dodd T, Mooney E, Pilkington M, Prowd C, Reichl E, Scott J, Verdon JM, Waite T, Buick JE, Verbeek PR. Implementation trial of the basic life support termination of resuscitation rule: reducing the transport of futile out-of-hospital cardiac arrests. Resuscitation. 2014;85(4):486-491.

Tavares, W., Eva, K.W.  Impact of Mental Workload on Rater Based Assessment of Clinical Competence. Education in Primary Care. 2014. 25(6): 308-18.

Lund, A., Turris, S., & Bowles, R. (2014). Conceptualizing the Impact of Special Events on Community Health Service Levels: An Operational Analysis. Prehospital & Disaster Medicine.29(5). pp. 525-531. doi:10.1017/S1049023X14000880

Drennan, I., Dainty, K., Hoogeveen, P., Atzema, C., Barrette, N., Hawker, G., Hoch, J., Isaranuwatchai, W., Spearn, C., Tavares, W., Turner, L., Farrell, M., Filosa, T., Kane, J., Kiss, A., Morrison, LJ.  Expanding Paramedicine in the Community (EPIC): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.  Trials. 2014 Dec 2;15:473

Boet, S., Bould, D., Fung., L., Tavares, W., Qosa, H., Tricco, A., Reeves, S. Transfer of Learning and Patient Outcome in Simulated Crisis Resource Management: A Systematic Review.  Canadian Journal of Anesthesia. 2014. 61(6):571-82.

Boet, S., Bould, MD., Fung, L., Qosa, H., Perrier, L., Tricco, A., Tavares, W., Reeves, S.  Impact of Crisis Resource Management Simulation-Based Team Training: A Systematic Review. Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia. 2014. 61(6): pgs. 571-582

Turris, S., Lund, A., & Bowles, R. (2014). An analysis of mass casualty incidents in the setting of mass gatherings and special events. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 8(2), 143-149. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/dmp.2014.24

Bigham, B., Jensen, J., Tavares, W., Drennan, I., Saleem, H., Dainty, K., Munro, G. Paramedic self-reported exposure to violence in the emergency medical services (EMS) workplace: a mixed-methods cross-sectional survey.  Prehospital Emergency Care. 2014. Vol. 18, No. 4, 489-494

Söderström, T., Åström, J., Anderson, G., & Bowles, R. (2014). A Framework for the design of computer-assisted simulation training for complex police situations. Campus Wide Information Systems.31(4).

Mohd, A., Rad, M., Tavares, W.  The Multiple Mini Interview for Selecting Medical Residents: First Experience in the Middle East Region.  Medical Teacher, 2014. 36(8), pg 703-709.

Anderson, G., Murphy, B., Bowles, R., Cox, R. (2014). Planning for disaster resilience in rural, remote and coastal communities: Moving from thought to action. Journal of Emergency Management. 10(2): 105-120.

Tavares, W., LeBlanc, V., Mausz, J., Sun, V., Eva, K.W. (2013). Simulation Based Assessment of Paramedics and Performance in Real Clinical Contexts.  Prehospital Emergency Care. 2014. Jan-Mar; 18(1): pgs. 116-122

Tavares, W., Eva ,K.W. Exploring the Impact of Mental Workload on Rater-Based Assessments.  Advances in Health Sciences Education. 2013. 18(2): p 291-303.

Hart D, Flores-Medrano O, Brooks S, Buick JE, Morrison LJ.  Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Training in Schools: “Is anyone learning how to save a life?”  CJEM.  2013; 15(5): 270-278.

Riem, N., Boet, S., Bould, M.D., Tavares, W., Naik, V.N.  Do technical skills correlate with non-technical skills in crisis resource management: a simulation study. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 2012. 109(5): p. 723-728

Tavares, W., Boet, S., Theriault, R., Mallette, T., Eva, KW.  Global Rating Scale for the Assessment of Paramedic Clinical Competence.  Prehospital Emergency Care.  2012. 17(1): pgs 57-67.

Qayumi, K., Donn, S., Zheng, B., Young, L., Dutton, J., Adamack, M., Bowles, R., Cheng, A. (2012). British Columbia interprofessional model for simulation-based healthcare education: A network of simulation sites. Simulation in Healthcare.7(5), 295-307

Bigham BL, Buick JE, Brooks SC, Morrison M, Shojania KG, Morrison LJ.   Patient Safey in Emergency Medical Services: A Systematic Review.  Prehosp Emerg Care.  2012;16: 20-35.

LeBlanc, V. R., Regehr, C., Tavares, W., Scott, A. K., MacDonald, R., & King, K. The impact of stress on paramedic performance during simulated critical events. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 2012. 1(1),

LeBlanc, V. R., Regehr, C., Birze, A., King, K., Scott, A. K., MacDonald, R., Tavares, W. (2011). The Association Between Posttraumatic Stress, Coping, and Acute Stress Responses in Paramedics. Traumatology. 2011. 17(4), 10-16

Makrides, T. (2011). Management of heat emergencies in the military setting. International Paramedic Practice, 1(1), pp.4-8.

Bowles, R.R. (2009). From learning activities to the meaning of life: Fostering professionalism in Canadian paramedic education. Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care. 7(4).

Professional (non peer-reviewed) publications

Cameron, C. Educational Journeys in Paramedicine: experiences and perspectives from Canadian paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(5): 35-38.

Batt, A.M., Knox, S., Delport, S., Acker, J. Degrees of change: opportunities and obstacles in paramedic education. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(5): 11-14.

Batt, A. M. (2019). Wellbeing series: Empathy and paramedic wellbeing. Irish Journal of Paramedicine, 4(2). https://doi.org/10.32378/ijp.v4i2.210

Tavares, W. The McNally Project: Supporting advances through research capacity building. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(4): 6-10.

Humphrey, C. A paramedic and a medical director walk into a bar: my unexpected journey into paramedic-led research. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(4): 16-18.

Mausz, J. On the ethics of research. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(4): 20-21.

Mausz, J. p<0.05: Understanding Statistical (In)Significance. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(4): 22-25.

Mausz, J. and Brydges, M. What counts as evidence? Broadening perspectives in paramedicine research. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(4): 26-29.

Wolff, D. Paramedics don’t develop PTSD! Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(4): 30-32

Batt, A.M., Steary, D., Mason, P., Hines Duncliffe, T., Johnston, C.W., McArthur, B. The students are our future: growing the next generation of paramedic researchers in Canada. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(4): 12-15.

Doiron, M., Hutchinson, B., Donelon, B., Vannistelrooy, J., Cameron, C., Abela, A. Shedding light on female leadership in paramedicine. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(3): 7.

Abela, A and Doiron, M. Removing the blindfold on implicit bias. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(3): 10-11.

Finn, L., Cameron, C., Hutchinson, B. Embracing the journey: a spotlight on women in leadership in paramedicine. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(3): 17-24.

Lanos, C. A conceptual glass ceiling: the imposter effect in female paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(3): 13-14

Lanos, C., Mason, P., Batt, A.M. GoSponsor…Us. Going beyond mentoring for women in paramedicine. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(3): 34-36

Drennan, I. Georgian College Paramedic Research Day. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019;42(2):19-21

Lanos, C., Batt, A.M. Navigating pre-hospital end of life care: a paramedic perspective. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019;42(2):17-18

Eaton, G., Mason, P. Values: what are they worth in paramedicine? Canadian Paramedicine. 2019;42(1):18-20.

Hines Duncliffe, T., Batt, A.M. When ambulances crash. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019;42(1):22-23.

Robb, S., Hines Duncliffe, T., Henderson, L., Steary, D., Batt, A.M. Patient safety and quality improvement education for paramedics: the role of the IHI Open School Chapter. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019;42(1):16-17

McCann, I., Mason, P., Batt, A.M. FOAM for Canadian Paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(6):8-10

Brydges, M. & Weigel, C. (2018). Community Paramedicine in the Mississauaga Halton Local Health Integration Network. Prepared for the Mississauaga Halton LHIN Working Group on Community Paramedicine.

Wolff, D. (2018). Psychological health and safety: The role of an adult educator in building resiliency in First Responders. Canadian Paramedicine 41(5).

Knox, S. and Batt, A.M. Professionalisation of paramedics – the role of regulation and registration. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018; 41(5):6-8.

James, K., Lanos, C., Batt, A.M. Organ donation – a role for paramedics? Canadian Paramedicine. 2018; 41(5):20-22.

D’Alessandro, C. Take A Seat, Let’s Talk About POCUS. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018; 41(4):21-22..

Johnston, C.W., Carter, D., Batt, A.M. Keeping them on their feet – novel solutions to the emerging lift assist trend. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018; 41(4):9-11.

Hines Duncliffe, T., Johnston, C.W., Tsotsos, L., Batt, A.M. Ageism is getting old! Canadian Paramedicine. 2018; 41(3):6-9

D’Alessandro, C. One Size Does Not Fit All: A Conceptual Shift towards His/Hers Cardiovascular Care? Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(2):14-15.

Mason, P., Delport, S., Batt, A.M. Let’s make this our “thing”: levelling the gender field for a brighter future in paramedicine. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(2):26-27.

Crosetta, R., Smith, P., Cundy-Jones, J., Henderson, L., Batt, A.M. Patient safety and quality improvement education for paramedics: practicing what we preach. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(2):35-37.

Hilliard, D., Johnston, C.W.Batt, A.M. An introduction to tropical medicine for paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(1):18-22.

Gyuran, J. and Batt, A.M. When lightning strikes…before and after! Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(1):15-17.

Tomkinson, C., Weston, E., Batt, A.M. A review of concussion recognition, assessment and management for paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2017;40(5):25-27.

James, K., O’Brien, C., Batt, A.M. Stop sticks: reducing the risk of needlestick injuries in paramedic practice. Canadian Paramedicine. 2017;40(5):14-15.

Bowles, R. (2017). Paramedicine in British Columbia: A profile of current research and operational initiatives. Ambulance Today. 0032(14). 79-81.

Arsenault, J., Montgomery, C., Berean, C., Pooler, C., Cameron, C., Sharman, R., de Kock, I. Continuing care and emergency medical services: A collaborative approach for urgent end of life care in the community. Journal of Interprofessional Care (JICare) Blog. May 2017.

Hilliard, D., James, K., Batt, A.M. An introduction to reflective practice for paramedics and student paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2017;40(2):17-20.

Montgomery, C., Pooler, C. Arsenault, J., Berean, C., Sharman, R., Cameron, C., de Kock, I. Innovative Urgent Care for the Palliative Patient at Home. Home Healthcare Now. 2017; 35(4); 196-201.

Mausz, J., Tavares, W. On ghosts, epistemology & research. Canadian Paramedicine, 39(3)

Cameron, C., Sullivan J, Graham A, Hillier T, Swain J, Goldstein J. The Canadian Paramedic Competency Profile for the Provision of Palliative and End of Life Care: Time for a Change? Canadian Paramedicine, 39(5):15-18

Carter A, Arab M, Harrison M, Cameron, C., Sullivan J, Lecours M, Villard C. Providing palliative Care Brings Paramedics to the Next Level: A Review and Comparison of How Three Provinces Have Incorporated Palliative Care into EMS. Canadian Paramedicine, 39(5):19-21

Johnston C.W., Batt, A.M. Zika virus: what paramedics need to know. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(4):8,10-12.

Batt, A.M. Academic writing for paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(4):32-34.

Batt, A.M. and Berry, J. A review of the Fisdap Research Summit. NAEMSE Educator Update. 2016 Apr;18-19.

Lund, W., Tavares, W. Mindful Medics: Paramedicine Meet Mindfulness. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(3)

Drennan I, Buick J.  Tranexamic Acid for Prehospital Trauma.  Canadian Paramedicine.  2016.

Batt, A.M. and Steary, D. Student Paramedic Research at Fanshawe College. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(3):38-40.

Buick J.  Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium expanded cardiac arrest research.  EMS1.com.  2016.

Kent, G., Mason, P., Batt, A.M. Eat, sleep and be healthy: a paramedic’s guide to healthier shift work. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(2):31-34.

Batt, A.M. Enhancing patient safety education for paramedics with the IHI Open School. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(1):11-13.

Mausz, J., Eby, M., Tavares, W. Toward expert paramedics: Necessary ingredients in the development of expertise. Canadian Paramedicine, 38(11)

Moloney, B. and Batt, A.M. The paramedic as a patient advocate. Canadian Paramedicine. 2015;38(6):16-18.

Morton, J., Kloepping, K., Buick, J., Todd, J., Batt, A.M. The evolution of the paramedic. Canadian Paramedicine. 2015;38(5):22-25.

Bigham B, Jensen J, Blanchard I, Drennan I, Buick J, Swain J, Longeway M, Travers A, Welsford M, Morrison L.  What you NEED to know about the NEW CPR and ECC guidelines.  Canadian Paramedicine.  2015.

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Corrigan, B., Navalta, M., Haskins, B., Cummins, F. Design and implementation of a peer support programme for prehospital care providers. Canadian Paramedicine. 2015;38(2).

Batt, A.M., Halliwell, D., Clark, R. Resuscitation Review. Resuscitation Today. 2015;2(2):12-15.

Buick JE, Drennan IR.  The Frontier Trial – On The Frontier of Prehospital Stoke Treatment.  Canadian Paramedicine.  2015.

Batt, A.M., Morton, J., Simpson, M. Rethinking ‘remote and rural’ education. Canadian Paramedicine. 2015;38(2):12,14.

Heinlet, M., Drennan, I., Tavares, W., Morrison, L. Expanding Paramedicine in the Community.  Canadian Paramedicine, 2014.

Bowles, R. R. (2014). Excellence in paramedic education. Canadian Paramedicine. 37(3).

Batt, A.M. Teaching and evaluating the affective domain in paramedic education. Canadian Paramedicine. 2014;38(1):22-23.

Drennan IR, Buick JE.  Should I enroll in prehospital clinical trials?  Will the patient’s suffer?  The RescuWire.  2014

Mausz, J. (2013). Teaching and learning technical skills: a four-step method for EMS educators. Canadian Paramedicine, 36(3)

Anderson, G. & Bowles, R. (2013). Rural disaster resiliency. Canadian Safety and Security Program Connect.

Buick JE.  Number Crunch – Using Statistics and Census Data to Solve Questions in Paramedicine.  Canadian Paramedicine.  2013.

Tavares, W., Mausz, J. Competency based paramedic education: fact or fiction? Canadian Paramedicine, 35(6)

Bowles, R. R. (2013). High Fidelity Simulation in Canadian Paramedic Education. Canadian Paramedicine. 36(4), 40-41.

Tavares, W., Mausz, J., Sun, V., Taylor, D. Multiple evaluators in a field-based setting: a novel assessment method for paramedic entry to practice decisions. Canadian Paramedicine, 34(6).

Buick JE.  Academic Conferences – Not Just Fun and Golf.  EMS Student.  2011.

Buick JE.  Brrrr that’s cold!  Therapeutic Hypothermia for Post Cardiac Arrest Patients.  EMS Student.  2011.

Mausz, J. Journal clubs: evidence-based paramedic practice. Canadian Emergency News. 33

Buick JE.  How did we get to 30:2?  EMS Student.  2011.

Tavares W., Boet S.  Clinical Competence and Patient Safety.  Canadian Emergency News. 33 (5)

Bowles, R.R. (2010). Going around in circles: Learning styles and learning cycles. Canadian Emergency News, 33(6), 63–64.

Bowles, R.R. (2010). More than good sight lines: What makes an effective learning environment? Canadian Emergency News, 33(1), 40–42.

Presentations and invited talks

Osinga, M. Factors influencing the development and structuring of CME/CPD in Ontario. Paramedicine 2019, Toronto, ON, Canada,Oct 26, 2019.

Ford-Jones, P. What We Know About Caring for Patients with Mental Health Concerns. Paramedicine 2019, Toronto, ON, Canada,Oct 26, 2019.

Mausz, J. What We Know About Paramedic Mental Health (Part 2): Responding to an Evolving Crisis. Paramedicine 2019, Toronto, ON, Canada,Oct 26, 2019.

Batt, A.M. The (mis)alignment of paramedic education and practice. Paramedicine 2019, Toronto, ON, Canada,Oct 26, 2019.

Gyuran, J., Batt, A.M. Exploring The Role of Reflective Practice in Return to Practice Program. Paramedicine 2019, Toronto, ON, Canada,Oct 26, 2019.

Johnston, C.W. Calming the chaos: improving team performance in prehospital care. Paramedicine Across Canada Expo 2019, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Sep 20, 2019.

Mason, P. Female Leadership in Paramedicine. Paramedicine Across Canada Expo 2019, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Sep 20, 2019.

Mason, P., Lanos, C., Batt, A.M. Sponsorship (panel discussion). Paramedicine Across Canada Expo 2019, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Sep 20, 2019.

Leyenaar, M.S. North of 60: new frontiers in paramedic care. Paramedicine Across Canada Expo 2019, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Sep 20, 2019.

Bowles, R. R. (2019). 8 Simple rules: Undergraduate paramedic education. Paramedicine Across Canada Expo 2019, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Sep 20, 2019.

Ramey, S. Critical care, over there! Comparative analysis of international extended scope paramedic education. Paramedicine Across Canada Expo 2019, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Sep 20, 2019.

Drennan, I.R. The ever-changing landscape of ACLS. Paramedicine Across Canada Expo 2019, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Sep 20, 2019.

Gyuran, J. and Batt, A.M. Reflective practice in the clinically active paramedic. Paramedicine Across Canada Expo 2019, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Sep 20, 2019.

Batt, A.M.  Just what do paramedics do? Cape Breton Paramedic Conference, St. Ann’s, NS, Canada, Sep 27-29, 2019.

Abela, A. Women’s Leadership Development: Why is it different and why should we care? Emergency Medical Services Show, London, UK, June 25-26, 2019.

Batt, A.M. Perspectives of EMS systems around the world. Emergency Medical Services Show, London, UK, June 25-26, 2019.

Mason, P. Female leadership in paramedicine. Emergency Medical Services Show, London, UK, June 25-26, 2019.

Bowles, R. R. (2019, June). Rocks in the River. TEDx, New Westminster, BC.

Batt, A.M. Five questions paramedics should ask about patient advocacy.Paramedic Association of PEI conference, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, June 1, 2019.

Cameron, C. Defining Mentorship in Prehospital Care: A Qualitative Analysis of the Characteristics of Prehospital Mentors. EMS Research Day, Calgary, AB, Canada, May 30, 2019.

Vaillancourt, C., Lanos, C., Cherette, M., Dale-Tam J., Gatta, M., … Stiell, I. Innovative use of AED by RNs and RTs during in-hospital cardiac arrest. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Conference, Halifax, NS, Canada, May 26-29 2019.

Batt, A.M. Just what is patient advocacy in paramedicine? College of Paramedics UK National Conference, Newcastle, UK, May 15, 2019.

Batt, A.M. Fatigue in paramedic practice. Irish College of Paramedics Wellbeing Symposium, Cork, Ireland, May 11, 2019.

Bowles, R (2019, May). The Problems on your desk: Defining and describing paramedic practice in Canada. Invited presentation to Canadian EMS and Paramedic Research Network 2019 Symposium, Vancouver, BC.

Lanos, C. 2019 Organ donation – a role for paramedics? Fanshawe College Paramedic Programs Research Day, London, Ont, Canada. Apr 6, 2019.

Johnston, C.W. 2019 Not to get technical, but we need to talk about simulation. Fanshawe College Paramedic Programs Research Day, London, Ont, Canada. Apr 6, 2019.

Wiley, C., Ade, M., Cameron, C., Thurtle, N., Choo, E., Kass, D. The Courage to Challenge the Status Quo: Interviews from Around the World. People and Planet Stage Presentations, Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC) Conference, Sydney, NSW, Australia, March 2019.

Wolff, D. An adult educator’s role in building PTSD resiliency in first responders. Qualitative Health Research Conference, Halifax, NS, Canada, Oct 2018.

Tavares, W., Eppich, W., Cheng, A., Miller, S., Teunissen, P.W., Watling, C., Sargeant, J. Learning Conversations: A Reflective Analysis of Theoretical Roots and Manifestations of Feedback and Debriefing. CCME 2019, Niagara Falls, ON, Canada, Apr 13-16 2019.

Tavares, W., Young, M., Gauthier, G., St-Onge, C.  Dual-Purposing Assessment Data: The Impact of Assessment Purpose on Rater Behavior in the Assessment of Competence. CCME 2019, Niagara Falls, ON, Canada, Apr 13-16 2019.

Batt, A.M. Paramedic education – do we preach what we practice? University of PEI, PEI, Canada, Mar 7, 2019.

Gyuran, J., Batt, A.M. Reflective practice for paramedics. Ontario Base Hospital Group AGM. London, ON, Canada, Feb 13, 2019.

Batt, A.M., Gyuran, J. Incorporating reflective practice in paramedic education. Indiana EMS Association Conference, West Lafayette, IN, USA, Dec 1, 2018.

Batt, A.M., Mason, P. Increasing female leadership in paramedicine. Indiana EMS Association Conference, West Lafayette, IN, USA, Nov 30, 2018.

Batt, A.M., Tavares, W., Williams, B. Preaching what we practice? Towards practice informed education in paramedicine. Monash University Education Research Symposium, Melbourne, Nov 2018.

Leyenaar, M. Rethinking Patient Assessment. Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia, Nov 2018.

Tavares, W. Chaos in Paramedicine. Ontario Paramedic Association Paramedicine Conference. Ottawa, ON, Canada, Sep 2018.

Brydges, M. The New Politics of Professionalization: the case of Ontario paramedics. Canadian Health Workforce Conference, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. Oct 2018.

Mason, P. On the FLiP side – exploring Female Leadership in Paramedicine. Dare to Know Student Paramedic Conference 2018. Bathurst, NSW, Australia. Sep 2018.

Batt, A.M. Growing our own – building research capacity among Irish prehospital practitioners. Irish College of Paramedics Scientific Symposium, Cork, Ireland, Sep 2018

Batt, A.M., Henderson, L., Hines Duncliffe, T., Robb, S., Cundy Jones, J., Crosetta, R., Smith, P., Steary, D. Strategies for incoporating patient safety education in paramedic education. Irish College of Paramedics Scientific Symposium, Cork, Ireland, Sep 2018

Pagano, A., Robinson, K., Ricketts, C., Cundy Jones, J., Henderson, L., Cartwright, W., Batt, A.M. The carer who doesn’t care? Empathy Levels in Canadian Paramedic Students. Irish College of Paramedics Scientific Symposium, Cork, Ireland, Sep 2018

Hines Duncliffe, T., D’Angelo, B., Brock, M., Fraser, C., Austin, N., Lamarra, J., Pusateri, M., Livingston, L., Batt, A.M. Driving me crazy: the effects of stress on the driving abilities of paramedic students. Irish College of Paramedics Scientific Symposium, Cork, Ireland, Sep 2018

Mason, P., Slack, M., Gould, C., Batt, A.M. Women in paramedicine – results from the FLIP study. Irish College of Paramedics Scientific Symposium, Cork, Ireland, Sep 2018

Cameron, C. Defining Mentorship in Prehospital Care: A Qualitative Analysis of the Characteristics of Prehospital Mentors. Irish College of Paramedics Scientific Symposium, Cork, Ireland, Sep 2018.

Cameron, C. Defining Mentorship in Prehospital Care: A Qualitative Analysis of the Characteristics of Prehospital Mentors. EMS Gathering, Cork, Ireland, Sep 2018.

Batt, A.M. Paramedicine and research at the crossroads. Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, Australia, Jul, 2018.

Batt, A.M. Six simple questions to shape our future. The Future of Paramedicine, Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia, Jul 2018

Weber, A., Delport, S., Oliveri, L., Batt, A.M. The future of Australian ambulance services workforce: five year review of an Australian university’s paramedic science graduate demographics. ANZCP Paramedicine Research Symposium, Melbourne, Australia, Jul 2018.

Hines Duncliffe, T., Brock, M., D’Angelo, B., Fraser, C., Austin, N., Lamarra, J., Pusateri, M., Livingston, L., Batt, A.M. The effects of stress on the driving abilities of paramedic students: a before-and-after study. ANZCP Paramedicine Research Symposium, Melbourne, Australia, Jul 2018.

Leyenaar, M. The intersection of evidence and practice. County of Renfrew Paramedic Research Symposium, Ont., Canada, Jun 2018.

Batt, A.M., Tavares, W., Williams, B. Preaching what we practice? The relationship between practice and education. County of Renfrew Paramedic Research Symposium, Ont., Canada, Jun 2018.

Leyenaar, M. Community paramedicine – existing and emerging programs. 2018 Achieving Excellence Together Conference, Health HSSO, Toronto, Ont. Jun 2018

Brydges, M., Agarwal, G. Creating and expanding boundaries: broadening perspectives in paramedicine research. Canadian EMS Research Network Symposium 2018. Toronto, Ont., Canada. May 2018.

Cameron, C. Defining Mentorship in Prehospital Care: A Qualitative Analysis of the Characteristics of Prehospital Mentors (poster). EMS Research Day, Calgary, AB, Canada, May 2018.

Bowles, R. R., Mill, A., Mitchell, P., & Taylor, G. (2018 February, May). Post-Earthquake BC: How do we Stand Up? Buildex Vancouver, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. R. (2018, May). Complexity in Paramedic Practice Research. Canadian EMS & Paramedic Research Network Annual Symposium, Toronto, ON.

Mausz, J., McConnell, M., Monteiro, S., Tavares, W. “-And that’s on us” Death, Dying and Moments of Compassion in Paramedicine. Canadian EMS Research Network Symposium 2018. Toronto, Ont., Canada. May 2018.

Mason, P., Slack, M., Gould, C., Batt, A.M. Female leadership in paramedicine. Ontario Association of Paramedic Chiefs Spring Conference, Toronto, Ont., Canada, May 9, 2018.

Leyenaar, M. Implementing a standardized assessment instrument in community paramedicine. 2018 interRAI Canada Conference, Calgary, AB. May 2018.

Batt, A.M. An introduction to research for paramedic students. National Ambulance Service College, Dublin, Ireland, Mar 9, 2018.

Batt, A.M., Delport, S., Cummins, F. Disaster preparedness and response in older adults. International First Aid Education Conference 2018, Niagara Falls, Canada, Apr 24, 2018.

Buick, JE. Back to Basics: Finding Answers to Clinical Questions. Ontario Base Hospital Group Annual Meeting. Toronto, Ont., Canada. Feb 2018

Tavares, W. Adapting the Clinician Educators as a Novel CPD Strategy in Paramedicine. Ontario Base Hospital Group. Toronto, Ont., Canada. Feb 2018.

D’Alessandro, C. 2018 Ms. Understood. Fanshawe College Paramedic Programs Research Day, London, Ont, Canada. Apr 7, 2018.

Batt, A.M. Incorporating patient safety education into paramedic education: the Fanshawe experience. National Ambulance Service College, Dublin, Ireland, Mar 9, 2018.

Bowles, R (2018, February). Four Dimensions of Paramedic Practice. Invited presentation to the Paramedic Association of Canada/Zoll Medical Paramedic Leadership Symposium, Burnaby, BC.

Tavares, W. Optimizing Rater Training and Orientation in Performance Based Assessments of Clinical Competence. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Ottawa, On. Canada. Jan 2018.

Brydges, M. Where the street meets the profession: conceptualizing the professionalization of paramedics. ProPel International Conference: Professional Practice, Education and Learning, Linköping University, Sweden

Brydges, M. Are all occupations professions? A case study of the professionalization of paramedicine. Reznick Research Day, Wilson Center, Toronto, Ont. Oct 2017

Cameron, C. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program: Program Overview, Expansion to Phase II and Initial Findings. 28th Annual Palliative Education and Research Days, Edmonton, AB, Canada, Oct 2017.

Cameron, C., Kallos, A. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program: Phase II Interim Results (poster). 28th Annual Palliative Education and Research Days, Edmonton, AB, Canada, Oct 2017.

Brydges, M. 2017 It’s the feeling they give you: patient’s perspectives of community paramedicine. Oral presentation at the Roundtable on Community Paramedicine, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University

Cummins, F. and Batt, A.M. Establishing National Prehospital Competencies. Emirates Society of Emergency Medicine Scientific Meeting, Dubai, UAE, December 7, 2017.

Leyenaar, M. Introducing the Common Assessments for Repeated Paramedic Encounters (CARPE) study. 2017 interRAI Network of Acute Care, Annual Meeting, Amsterdam, NL. Nov 2017

D’Alessandro, C. Females in Paramedicine. Toronto Ladies Community, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 2017.

Tavares, W. Rater as the Unit of Analysis in the Assessment of Clinical Competence. Canadian Association of Medical Education (CAME). Ottawa, On. Canada. Nov 2017.

Leyenaar, M. Emerging paramedic practices in geriatric assessment. 2017 International Paramedic Congress & Rally, Antalya, Turkey. Nov 2017.

Tavares, W. Simulation and Workplace Based Assessments: Hidden Assumptions. University of Calgary Post Graduate Medical Education Symposium. Calgary, AB. Canada. Oct 2017

Bowles, R. R. (2017, October). Post Disaster Damage Assessment, Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. R. (2017, October). Research 101: A primer for emergency managers and planners, Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Tavares, W. On Assessment Evidence in Competency Based Medical Education. Critical Care Canada Forum – Expert Panel. Toronto, On. Canada. Oct 2017.

Tavares, W. More Expected than Certain: Exploring the Complexity of Translating Outcome Frameworks to Performance Assessment Plans. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Ottawa, On. Canada. Sep 2017.

Tavares, W. Professionalization and Research: A Canadian Perspective. Monash University, Health Sciences Research Day. Melbourne Australia (via web) . Sep 2017.

Woytkiw, T., Cameron, C. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program. Canadian Hospice palliative Care Conference, Ottawa, ON, Canada, Sep 2017.

Tavares, W. Drawing Lines Between Clinical Reasoning and Rater Cognition. Zucker Hilside Hospital Medical Education Research Rounds. New York, NY. USA. Sep 2017.

Bowles, R. (2017, Sept.). BC Post Disaster Damage Assessment Project. Invited presentation to MATILDA conference, Rome, Italy.

Bowles, R. (2017, Sept.). What does it mean “to be” a Paramedic? Invited presentation to Cape Breton Paramedic Association Annual Symposium, Cape Breton, NS.

Mason, P., Johnston, C.W., James, K., Love, I., Batt, A.M. Evidence based practice and paramedic students. Paramedicine Across Canada 2017 conference, Quebec City, Que., Canada, August 19, 2017.

Cameron, C., Kallos, A. Alberta Health Services Emergency Medical Services Palliative and End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer (EMS PEOLC ATR) Program (poster). Paramedicine Across Canada Expo, Quebec City, QB, Canada, Aug 2017.

Bowles, R. R. (2017, August). Changing Contexts of Paramedic Practice, Paramedicine Across Canada Expo, Quebec City, QB, Canada, Aug 2017.

Cameron, C. Palliative Care in Paramedicine. Paramedicine Across Canada Expo, Quebec City, QB, Canada, Aug 2017.

Batt, A.M. and Gyuran, J. Developing reflective practice in paramedic students. Paramedicine Across Canada 2017 conference, Quebec City, Que., Canada, August 18, 2017.

Batt, A.M. Research and evidence based practice. 3rd International Tabletop Exercise and Communication in Disaster Medicine, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, August 5, 2017.

Cameron, C. EMS Palliative and End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program. Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) Patient Experience Awards, Calgary, AB, Canada, Jun 2017.

Carter, A., Cameron, C. Paramedic Palliative Support at Home – Nova Scotia, PEI and Alberta. Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement CEO Forum and Innovation Awards in Palliative Care, Toronto, ON, Canada, Jun 2017.

Bowles, R. (2017, June). Research in Mass Gatherings. Invited presentation to New South Wales Ambulance Service executive and Charles Sturt University paramedic faculty, Sydney, Australia. Invited public presentation at Australian Catholic University, Sydney, Australia.

Batt, A.M. Natural disasters and older adults. Sheridan Centre for Elder Research, Oakville, Ont., Canada, April 13, 2017.

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Delport, S., Hong, W., Hay, I., Norman, S., Jenkins, S., Cummins, F. Turn left at the sand dune: challenges implementing STEMI care in the Middle East. Fanshawe College Paramedic Programs Research Day, London, Ont., Canada, April 8, 2017.

Johnston, C.W. and Batt, A.M. Canadian Paramedic Program Use of Realistic Simulation in Education (PURSE): a descriptive study. Monash University Professionalisation of Paramedicine through Research Symposium, Melbourne, Australia, September 25, 2017.

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Delport, S., Hong, W., Hay, I., Norman, S., Jenkins, S., Cummins, F. Translating the evidence: STEMI bypass in the Middle East. EMS Gathering 2017, Kinsale, Ireland, May 5, 2017.

Batt, A.M., Brydges, M., Mausz, J., Tavares, W. Building research capacity in paramedicine: the McNally Group. EMS Gathering 2017, Kinsale, Ireland, May 5, 2017.

Cameron, C., Kallos, A. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer (EMS PEOLC ATR) Program – Phase I Results (poster). Mary O’Connor Palliative Care Conference, Calgary, AB, Canada, Apr 2017.

Mausz, J., Tavares, W. 2016 The Square Peg in the Round Hole? Clinical Placements in Paramedic Education. Ontario Paramedic Association, Toronto, Ontario

Cameron, C. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program: Year One Review and Next Steps. Canadian Home Care Association, 2016 Home Care Summit, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Oct 2016.

Cameron, C. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program: Year One Review and Next Steps. 27th Annual Palliative Education and Research Days, Edmonton, AB, Canada, Oct 2016.

Cameron, C., Kallos, A. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer (EMS PEOLC ATR) Program – Phase I Results (poster). Canadian Home Care Association, 2016 Home Care Summit, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Oct 2016.

Cameron, C., Kallos, A. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program – Phase I (poster). 27th Annual Palliative Education and Research Days, Edmonton, AB, Canada, Oct 2016.

Johnston, C., Dusang, T., Cameron, C., Daubert, S., Beland, S. Everyone Wants to Die at Home: Myth of Fact? 27th Annual Palliative Education and Research Days, Edmonton, AB, Canada, Oct 2016.

Cameron, C., Kallos, A. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program – Phase I (poster). 8th Annual EMS Research Day, Nova Scotia, Canada, Oct 2016.

Cameron, C., Kallos, A. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer (EMS PEOLC ATR) Program (poster). International palliative Care Network Conference, 2016.

Batt, A.M. Simulation and debriefing. Irish Red Cross, Cork, Ireland, June 14, 2016.

Batt, A.M. and Halliwell, D. Implementing immersive simulation in prehospital education. EMS Gathering, Killarney, Ireland, June 8, 2016.

Batt, A.M. and Halliwell, D. Care provision and high-risk PPE. EMS Gathering, Killarney, Ireland, June 8, 2016.

Black, D., Cremin, D., Greenaway, J., Listenmaa, M., Prevost,, C., Nixon, J., Ritchie, S., Sherman, J., & Wolff, D. (2016). Developing a sustainable model of community paramedicine for Northern Ontario, Canada: Lessons learned. Presented at International Roundtable on Community Paramedicine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, June, 2016 and Faculty of Health Conference, Laurentian University, Dec., 2016.

Cummins, F. and Batt, A.M. Preventing errors and improving patient safety in a critical care environment through effective system intervention. Middle East Patient Safety and Quality Congress, Abu Dhabi, UAE, May 15, 2016.

Cummins, F. and Batt, A.M. Patient tracking in mass casualty incidents. IFEM Trauma Update 2016, Abu Dhabi, UAE, May 13, 2016.

Cummins, F. and Batt, A.M. Fire-based EMS versus standalone EMS – what the evidence says. IFEM Trauma Update 2016, Abu Dhabi, UAE, May 13, 2016.

Cameron, C. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program: Year One Review and Next Steps. International palliative Care Network Conference Lecture Series, 2016.

Cummins, F. and Batt, A.M. Clinical audit – what, why and how? Dubai International Ambulance Conference, Dubai, UAE, March 22, 2016.

Vosper, M., Batt, A.M., Berry, J., Dinsch, J., Fentress, T., Gallert, E., Leggio, W., Liu, L., Reinfeld, P., Shaw, E., Sliter, T., Walsh, K. Fail Your Way to Success! National Association of EMS Educators Symposium, TX, USA, August 1, 2016.

Ward, J., Batt, A.M., Menzies, D. Facilitating Paramedic Continuous Professional Competency: the #IrishEMS chat. EMS Gathering 2016, Killarney, Ireland, June 8, 2016.

Johnston, C.W., Batt, A.M. Paramedic Usage of Realistic Simulation in Education – the PURSE study. EMS Gathering 2016, Killarney, Ireland, June 8, 2016.

Cameron, C., Schafer-Blood, K. EMS and Palliative Care: A New Partnership to Improve Client Care. Mary O’Connor Palliative Care Conference, Calgary, AB, Canada, Apr 2016

Cameron, C., Kallos, A. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer (EMS PEOLC ATR) Program (poster). Mary O’Connor Palliative Care Conference, Calgary, AB, Canada, Apr 2016.

Buick, J.E., Drennan, I.R., Brooks SC, Byers A, Cheskes S, Feldman M, Lee M, Morrison LJ, Verbeek R, Scales DC, Zhan C, Lin S. Temporal Trends in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac in Southern Ontario. National Association of EMS Physician Annual Conference, San Diego CA, USA. Jan 2016.

Buick, J.E., Eby, M.J., Brydges, M., Dainty KN, Lin S, Lund W, Mausz, J., Morrsion, L.J., Tavares, W., Drennan, I.R. Paramedic Attitudes Towards Participation in Research: A Systematic Review of the Literature. National Association of EMS Physician Annual Conference, San Diego CA, USA. Jan 2016.

Brydges, M. 2015 Examining paramedic referral programs: CREMS in Ontario. Oral presentation at Paramedicine 2015 hosted by the Ontario Paramedic Association, Niagara, Ontario

Mausz, J., Turner, L., MacCalman, C., Alvarez, R., Tavares, W., Cheskes, S. Finding the Sickest Patients: Prehospital Identification and Management of Severe Sepsis. Ontario Paramedic Association, Niagara Falls, Ontario

D’Alessandro, C. 2015 Macro-coronary Artery Disease and Micro-Coronary Artery Disease, What is the Difference? Oral presentation at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Cummins, F. and Batt, A.M. Guidelines, protocols, and algorithms. Emirates Society of Emergency Medicine Scientific Meeting, Abu Dhabi, UAE, December 6, 2015.

Batt, A.M. Paramedic education and social media. Turkish Paramedic Association 3rd International Paramedic Congress, Antalya, Turkey, December 3, 2015.

Batt, A.M. and Cummins, F. International EMS: United Arab Emirates. Turkish Paramedic Association 3rd International Paramedic Congress, Antalya, Turkey, December 3, 2015.

Batt, A.M. International EMS: Republic of Ireland. Turkish Paramedic Association 3rd International Paramedic Congress, Antalya, Turkey, December 3, 2015.

Buick, J.E. Current State of Prehospital Research in Ontario. Ontario Paramedic Association Paramedicine 2015 Conference, Niagara Falls, Ont., Canada, November 11, 2015.

Batt, A.M. The social media medic. Ontario Paramedic Association Paramedicine 2015 Conference, Niagara Falls, Ont., Canada, November 11, 2015.

Cameron, C. Alberta Health Services Emergency Medical Services Palliative and End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer (EMS PEOLC ATR) Program. Paramedicine Across Canada Expo, Edmonton, AB, Canada, Oct 2015.

Cameron, C., Montgomery, C. Emergency Medical Services Palliative & End of Life Care Assess, Treat and Refer Program. 26th Annual Palliative Education and Research Days, Edmonton, AB, Canada, Oct 2015.

Batt, A.M. Implementing scenario-based simulation training. Irish Red Cross, Cork, Ireland, July 14, 2015.

Cummins, F. and Batt, A.M. Prehospital trauma care – the future. IFEM Trauma Update 2015, Abu Dhabi, UAE, June 5, 2015.

Cummins, F. and Batt, A.M. STEMI Care – the National Ambulance experience. Abu Dhabi STEMI Network Study Day, Abu Dhabi, UAE, June 3, 2015.

Al‐ Hajeri, A., Batt, A.M., Haskins, B., Cummins, F. PAROS Northern Emirates – one year update. Northern Emirates PAROS Meeting, Sharjah, UAE, March 6, 2015.

Al-Hajeri, A., Haskins, B., Sheridan, S., Lonergan, D., Batt, A.M., Cummins, F. Impact of a pain management education intervention for prehospital care providers. Paramedics Australasia International Conference, Adelaide, Australia, October 3, 2015. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3002.8400

Al-Hajeri, A., Haskins, B., Sheridan, S., Lonergan, D., Batt, A.M., Cummins, F. Impact of a pain management education intervention for prehospital care providers. Middle East Patient Safety and Quality Congress, Abu Dhabi, UAE, May 11, 2015. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3002.8400

Bowles, R. R. (2015, April). Roles and Boundaries of Paramedicine, Emergency Medicine Research Day, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia.

Bowles, R. R., Anderson, G., & Vaughan, C. (2015, April). Building resilient communities: Enablers and constraints, WCDEM, Cape Town, South Africa.

Bowles, R. R., Blackburn, D., & Vaughan, C. (2015, April). Critical infrastructure assessment tool for local authorities, WCDEM, Cape Town, South Africa.

Bowles, R. R., Anderson, G., & Van Beek, C. (2015, April). Roles and boundaries of paramedicine, WCDEM, Cape Town, South Africa.

Bowles, R. R., Anderson, G., & Van Beek, C. (2015, April). What’s in a name? EMS or paramedicine, WCDEM, Cape Town, South Africa.

Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Lonergan, D., Haskins, B., Cummins, F. Using simulation, feedback and intensive coaching to improve professional performance of resuscitation skills amongst Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics in the UAE. 2nd Clinical Simulation Conference, Dubai, UAE, February 24, 2015.

Buick, JE, Lofgren B, Sayre M. BLS 362: Compression to Ventilation Ratio. International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) C2015 Conference, Dallas TX, USA.

Brydges, M. 2014 A culture in transition: paramedic experiences with referral programs Oral presentation at the National Emergency Medical Services Research Day, Halifax, Nova Scotia

D’Alessandro, C. 2014 Should the Algorithm for Cardiac Arrest in Women be Altered? Oral presentation at Emergency Medical Care Headquarters, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Batt, A.M. The EMT and safe medication administration. Irish Red Cross, Cork, Ireland, December 13, 2014.

Cheskes, S., Drennan, I.R., Buick, J.EBuilding Prehospital Research: Perils and Pitfalls of Prehospital Research. Collaborative Program in Resuscitation Sciences. Graduate Seminar Series in Resuscitation Science, University of Toronto, Toronto ON. Nov 2014.

Cummins, F. and Batt, A.M. Prehospital catastrophic haemorrhage control – an update. Emirates Society of Emergency Medicine Scientific Meeting, Dubai, UAE, December 3, 2014.

Bowles, R. & Ursuliak, D. (2014, Oct.). Rural Disaster Planning Framework. Invited presentation to New Brunswick Resiliency Planning Charrette. Fredrickton, NB (Videoconference link).

Bowles, R. (2014, June). More than skills hands: Roles and boundaries of paramedicine. Invited presentation to Canadian Association of Paramedic Regulators Annual General Meeting. Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2014, May). Defining the profession of paramedicine. Keynote speech at Saskatchewan College of Paramedics Annual General Meeting, Regina, Sask.

Bowles, R. (2014, May). Panel: National stakeholders in Canadian EMS. Alberta College of Paramedics Continuing Education Summit. Calgary, AB.

Bowles, R. (2014, May). Roles and boundaries of paramedicine. Alberta College of Paramedics Continuing Education Summit & Society for Prehospital Care Educators in Canada Annual Educators’ Symposium. Calgary, AB.

Batt, A.M. Improving pre-hospital sepsis care. Irish Red Cross, Cork, Ireland, September 20, 2014.

Anderson, G. & Bowles, R. (2014, May). A Framework for the Design of Computer-assisted Simulation Training for Complex Police Situations. Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference, Kamloops, BC.

Bowles, R. (2013, November). Rural Disaster Resilience Project. Occupational and Environmental Health Seminar Series, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2013, October). Defining the roles and boundaries of paramedic practice. National EMS Research Agenda, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.

Bowles, R. (2013, October). Strategic use of simulations and exercises: Micro and macro issues. Council on Emergency Management. Conference Board of Canada presentation, New Westminster, BC.

Bowles, R. (2013, June). Integrating simulation in paramedic programs. Society for Prehospital Educators in Canada Educators’ Conference, Halifax, NS.

Bowles, R. (2013, May). Professionalism in paramedicine. Keynote speech at Alberta College of Paramedics Annual General Meeting, Edmonton, AB.

Bowles, R. (2013, May). Systems approach to mass gathering medicine/ health research. World Congress on Disaster & Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK.

Bowles, R. (2013, May). Development of a mobile, on-demand, on-site clinical record and information system for mass gatherings and event medicine. World Congress on Disaster & Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK.

Bowles, R. (2013, May). Fostering community capacity: Implementation of the rural disaster resilience project. World Congress on Disaster & Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK.

Bowles, R. (2013, April). Systems approach to mass gathering medicine research. UBC Emergency Medicine Research Day, Vancouver, BC.

Buick, JE, Ray JG, Kiss A, Morrison LJ. Does Neighbourhood Matter? How Location Influences Cardiac Arrest Outcomes and Predictability of the Utstein Factors. American Heart Association – Resuscitation Science Symposium, Los Angeles CA, USA.  Nov 2012.

Buick, JE, Ray JG, Kiss A, Morrison LJ. Does Neighbourhood Really Matter? How Location Influences Bystander CPR Rates. American Heart Association – Resuscitation Science Symposium, Los Angeles CA, USA. Nov 2012.

Morrison LJ, Yu M, Hurst B, Dainty KN, Buick JE, Cote J, Kirsh JA, Cheskes S. CPR Anytime Any School: A Randomized Trial of Training Strategies To Teach CPR and Use of an AED to High School Students. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Annual Conference, Niagara Falls ON, Canada. Jun 2012.

Buick, JEInvestigating Etiology for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients. Resuscitation in Motion, Toronto ON, Canada. May 2012.

Buick, JE, Ray JG, Kiss A, Morrison LJ. Does Location Matter?  How Where One Lives Influences Their Cardiac Arrest Outcomes. Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation Research Day, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON. May 2012.

Buick, JE, Ray JG, Kiss A, Allan KS, Morrison LJ. Does Location Matter? The Neighbourhood Effect on Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Survival. American Heart Association – Resuscitation Science Symposium, Orlando FL, USA. Nov 2011.

Buick, JE, Lin S,  Kiezark G, Rac V, Zhan C, Brooks SC, Morrison LJ. Drowning in Ontario: An Overlooked Cause of Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrests. St. Michael’s Hospital – Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute Research Retreat, Orillia, ON. Oct 2011.

Buick, JE. Does Neighbourhood Matter?  How where one lives influences their cardiac arrest outcomes. St. Michael’s Hospital – Research Training Center Rounds, Toronto, ON. Oct 2011.

Bowles, R. (2011, July). Prehospital education in Canada. National Association of EMS Educators (US) International Symposium, Toronto, ON.

Bowles, R. (2011, October). National Platform on Disaster Risk Resilience Annual Roundtable. Resilient Communities Working Group. RDRP National Policy Forum presentation. Ottawa, ON. Public Safety Canada.

Bowles, R. (2011, June). Prehospital education in Canada: Trends and issues. Society for Prehospital Educators in Canada Educators’ Conference, Toronto, ON.

Buick, JE, Lin S, Kiezark G, Rac V, Zhan C, Brooks SC, Morrison LJ. Drowning in Ontario: An Overlooked Cause of Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrests. Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation Research Day, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON. May 2011.

Buick, JE. Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrests: A Changing Environment. National Conference for Campus Emergency Responders, University of Guelph, Guelph Ont., Canada. Feb 2011.

Bowles, R. (2010, July). Professionalism, learning activities, and the meaning of life. Society for Prehospital Educators in Canada Educators’ Conference, Halifax, NS.

Bowles, R. (2010, July). Who owns EMS? Society for Prehospital Educators in Canada Educators’ Conference, Halifax, NS.

Bowles, R. (2010, January). Puzzles, patterns, and intuition: Fostering clinical judgment for paramedics in high fidelity simulation environments. Simulation Knowledge Exchange, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2009, November­). Functions and activities: Interaction in an online environment. Justice Institute of British Columbia. New Westminster, BC. Faculty Development Speaker’s Series.

Koval, B., Donn, S., Bowles, R., Ciarniello, C., Proctor, K., & Rowe, C. (2009, September). Introduction to interdisciplinary simulation training in effective communication skills. UBC Centre for Excellence for Simulation Education and Innovation, Vancouver Coastal Health, & the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2009, July). Rocks in the river: An interactive session. Society for Prehospital Educators in Canada Educators’ Conference, St. John’s, NL.

Bowles, R. (2009, July). Puzzles, patterns, and intuition: Clinical judgment in EMS. Society for Prehospital Educators in Canada Educators’ Conference, St. John’s, NL.

Bowles, R. (2008, December). Current initiatives in high fidelity simulation. Simulation Knowledge Exchange: Exploring the Simulation Culture in BC, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2008, June). More than just a pretty ECG: What is fidelity in EMS simulation? Society for Prehospital Educators in Canada Educators’ Conference, Victoria, BC.

Bowles, R. (2007, November). Simulation: Bridging comfort and complexity. Practice Makes Perfect: Education of Health Professionals in Community, Clinical, and Simulated Settings, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2007, November). Rocks in the river – A Model for distributed learning. Practice Makes Perfect: Education of Health Professionals in Community, Clinical, and Simulated Settings, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2007, October). Applied research at the JIBC. Society for Prehospital Educators in Canada Education Conference, Toronto, ON.

Bowles, R. (2006, February). Distributed learning: Rocks in the river. InBC (Interprofessional Network of BC), BC Academic Health Council, UBC, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2006, June). Rocks in the river – A model for distributed learning. Association of Canadian Community Colleges, Calgary, Alberta.

Bowles, R. & Morrison, B. (2005, September). Online facilitation: An instructional reality for the new millennium. National Association of EMS Educators, San Antonio, Texas.

Bowles, R. & De Vries, I. (2003, February). Can Technology enhance learning? UBC Centre for Teaching and Academic Growth, Teaching and Learning with Technology Series, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2002, October). Bricks and blocks, sticks and stones, and the meaning of life. Canadian Red Cross Instructor/Instructor Trainer Seminar, Burnaby, BC.

Bowles, R. (2002, September). LOGIC: Learning Objects Generator in Case Studies. In: Beyond Protocols: Shaping the Future of Canadian EMS. Canadian EMS Chiefs and Directors Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (2001, April). Distributed learning for paramedics. Telehealth Canada Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Bowles, R. (1998, February). The Paramedic Training Network. Canadian Association of Distance Education, Banff, Alberta.

Bowles, R. (1998, May). Distributed learning and paramedic training. Connections 1998, Vancouver, BC.