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What is a Research Agenda? Why do Australasian paramedics need a research agenda? How will paramedicine benefit from knowing its research priorities? These questions (and more) will be answered in this presentation
This Talking Research webinar will focus on how research informs or should inform clinical practice guidelines.
Randomised control trials (RCTs) are highly regarded in the scientific community, but how do they contribute to the body of evidence that informs how we manage our patients?
In this session, our three presenters will be discussing the translation of research findings into practice
This Talking Research webinar explores qualitative research in paramedicine, facilitated by several experienced qualitative researchers.
In this session Dr Jocasta Ball will provide an overview of cohort studies, followed by a discussion/Q&A session with some authors of recently published cohort studies
Systematic reviews, scoping reviews, narrative reviews; what’s the difference and why do we see so many of these published? Why are literature reviews such a vital part of research? How do we conduct them and what do they add to they add?
Dr Kelly-Ann Bowles will take you through the basics of research design, and how to read, analyse and interpret results, and draw your own conclusions. She will use examples from the paramedic profession to demonstrate some common appraisal tools and techniques.
Join Tim Nutbeam and Rob Fenwick to discuss their research in post collision response and to discuss the translation of this work into practice.
In this session, Prof Julia Williams will provide an overview of how to successfully publish paramedicine research. This will be followed by a panel discussion/Q&A session.