The College provides a number of opportunities in relation to research for members and the profession, from research grants, research updates, opportunities to present and disseminate research, and to promoting third party research studies that need support.
The College’s major international conference provides opportunities for paramedic researchers (student, novice and experienced alike) and academics to present their research to an engaged audience. The conference also provides learning opportunities with hands-on workshops giving paramedic researchers at all levels the chance to develop their research skills.
The Australasian College of Paramedicine is committed to the promotion, dissemination and effective translation of research into practice. The College prides itself on assisting paramedic researchers of all levels by promoting research participation opportunities to its members where suitable and appropriate to do so.
The College Research Advisory Committee invites you to view current supported research participation opportunities or get in touch with us if you are considering using the College member base as a potential source for participants.
For more information on current opportunities click here.
To learn more about having a research participation opportunity promoted by the College, click here.
Paramedicine is the official journal of the Australasian College of Paramedicine. It is a bi-monthly peer-reviewed journal that provides an international forum for the dissemination and discussion of paramedicine research. Paramedicine's purpose is to advance and transform the discipline of paramedicine through high quality evidence, and inspire robust discussion, enables research translation, encourages innovative thinking and informs leadership.
Find out more, download this pdf or visit paramedicinejournal.org
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The ACP Research Committee is pleased to present bimonthly ‘Talking Research’ Webinars live online. Sessions will be a combination of research education sessions, author interviews, and research discussions. Each event will explore a different topic to enhance member knowledge and understanding of research and its value to the paramedic profession. Guest authors will discuss their research and offer audience members opportunity to ask questions of their own.Read more
The College seeks to promote engagement with research through its Paramedic Research Mentoring Program. The program provides registered paramedics who do not have any formal research training with an opportunity to learn about research from experienced paramedic researchers.Read more
The College is committed to enabling the development of discipline-specific knowledge through support of members undertaking research and offers several research grants designed to assist with costs that may not be covered by universities/research centres. Grants are available for both early career and established researchers.Read more