ACPIC 2021: How to critically appraise an article for a peer reviewed journal


The ACP International Conference provides an unmatched opportunity for our members to learn from experts and leaders in paramedicine. ACPIC 2021 was delivered as a hybrid conference (online and face to face in the Sunshine Coast, QLD and Hobart, TAS) in November 2021.

This session focuses on how to critically appraise an article (manuscript) for a peer-reviewed journal. The session is aimed at paramedics wishing to become ‘peer-reviewers’ or for people wanting to engage with research and author a publication and would like to know more about the review process.

Biography: Dr Scott Devenish

Dr Scott Devenish has extensive tertiary education experience having held course, discipline, and school leadership roles at QUT. He is a Fellow with the Australasian College of Paramedicine and has contributed to the profession through achieving a PhD and numerous peer-reviewed publications as well as supervising four research higher degree (PhD/MPhil) candidates to completion. Scott has a passion for international engagement having built networks with overseas ambulance services and paramedic education programs, He is a research mentor for the Australasian College of Paramedicine and a program accreditation assessor for the Paramedicine Board of Australia and AHPRA.

Session moderator: Hayley Grant

Presented by Dr Scott Devenish



15 minutes
28th Feb 2022
Member free
Non-member $19
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