ACPIC20, held on 21-23 October, saw a fascinating array of student and research posters and presentations. The research presentations and panel discussions shone a spotlight on the valuable research being conducted in the paramedicine field, paving the way for the future of the profession and underlining the importance of providing much-needed data for paramedicine.
The College congratulates the winners of the ACPIC20 Conference Awards.
Best Student Poster
Understanding how the role of a paramedic differs depending on the degree of rurality
Heulwen Spencer, Student Researcher (Honours), Charles Sturt University, Bathurst
Reshaping healthcare delivery for elderly patients: the role of community paramedicine. A systematic review
Julia van-Vuuren, Research Assistant, La Trobe University
Best Student Presentation
Prevalence of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus in non-emergency ambulances
Shayna King, Undergraduate Paramedicine Student, Western Sydney University
Best of the Best Presentation
The effect of a specialist paramedic primary care rotation on appropriate non-conveyance decisions: a controlled interrupted time series analysis
Richard Pilbery, UK Paramedic, Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust; Associate Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University