• 24th Oct 2020

ACPIC20 Conference Awards

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

Best Poster

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

The Best of the Best Presentation winner receives a scholarship to attend the 999 EMS Research Forum annual conference in the UK in 2021.

The ACPIC20 virtual conference platform is still available to view recorded presentations and posters, and will remain accessible until 4 December 2020. Click here to find out more.
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