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College of Paramedics National Research Conference

Date: 05 Dec, 2018

Time: 09.00 - 17.00

Address: La Mon Hotel and Country Club, 41 Gransha Rd, Comber BT23 5RF, Belfast

Event Information

Conference registration includes access to all presentations; choice of workshops, poster viewing, refreshments and lunch, plus a CPD Certificate of attendance. Free parking at the venue.

Places are limited so book early.

                                      Provisional programme

 Time  Session  Presenter
 8.30-9.15  Coffee and Registration
 9.15  Welcome 
The Malcolm Woollard Memorial lecture: Paramedic Research in the 21st Century
 Professor Julia Williams FCPara, Professor of Paramedic Science, University of Hertfordshire
 9.45  AIRWAYS-2; trial results and implications for practice  Kim Kirby MCPara, Senior Research Fellow (Paramedic Science), Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences, University of the West of England
 10.15

 Identifying barriers to the administration of prehospital analgesia to adult trauma patients by UK paramedics: A qualitative interview study 

 Adam Smith MCPara, Kingston University

TIA prehospital referral feasibility trial (TIER): recruitment and intervention usage  Charlene Jones, Swansea University Medical School
 10.50  Break and Exhibition
 11.15

 The impact of paramedic shift work on the family system: a literature review

Lucy Anderson, South East Coast Ambulance Service

 

 What are the factors that determine variation in ambulance utilisation?  Dr John Martin,
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
"We wear too many caps”: role conflict among ambulance service managers Joshua Miller, West Midlands Ambulance Service
 Non-Technical Skills in the Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: is it time for a pit stop?  Stef Cormack, Coventry University
 12.30

 Lunch, networking and exhibition viewing 

 13.15  Moderated poster sessions
 14.00

Choice of workshops, all delegates can go to 2 workshops

 A) Making sense of published literature  Georgina Jones; London Ambulance Service; Duncan Robertson, Welsh Ambulance Service
 B) Getting started in paramedic research  Greg Whiteley
Jamie Scott, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service
 C) Getting published   Richard Pilbery, Editor of the British Paramedic Journal; Scott Munro, South East Coast Ambulance Service
 D) Grant applications and Patient and Public Involvement (PPI)  Colin Crookston, Scottish Ambulance Service; Professor Julia Williams
 14.45  Coffee 
 15.10 – 15.55

 
 Choice of workshops, all delegates can go to 2 workshops 

 E) Making sense of published literature  Georgina Jones; London Ambulance Service; Duncan Robertson, Welsh Ambulance Service
F) Getting started in paramedic research  Greg Whiteley
Jamie Scott, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service
 G) Getting published   Richard Pilbery, Editor of the British Paramedic Journal; Scott Munro, South East Coast Ambulance Service
 H) Grant applications and Patient and Public Involvement (PPI)  Colin Crookston, Scottish Ambulance Service; Professor Julia Williams
 16.00  Paramedic 2: The adrenaline trial  Dr Mike Smyth, Assistant Professor Emergency and Critical Care, Warwick Clinical Trials Unit, University of Warwick
 16.30  Summary and Closing comments  Professor Julia Williams FCPara, Professor of Paramedic Science, University of Hertfordshire

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