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What’s on at PAIC 2017? Day 2 Saturday 25 November

Plenary session 4: Research and Evidence Based Practice
  • Keynote: Introducing the Pre-hospital Centre for Research Excellence – Professor Peter Cameron, Alfred Centre for Epidemiology
  • Translating research into practice in ambulance services – Dr Tony Smith, St John New Zealand
  • Soft collars for pre-hospital spinal immobilisation: a case study in translating research into practice – Dr Stephen Rashford, Queensland Ambulance Service
  • Panel Q&A: Research in Paramedicine – Professor Peter Cameron, Alfred Centre for Epidemiology; Dr Tony Smith, Medical Director, St John Ambulance New Zealand; Dr Stephen Rashford, Medical Director, Queensland Ambulance Service; Dr Kate Cantwell, Chair Paramedics Australasia Research SIG.
Best of the Best Free Paper Research Presentations
  • The perspectives and experience of paramedics using counselling – Ari Peach, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
  • Pre-hospital titration of oxygen post resuscitation from shockable cardiac arrest: results from the EXACT pilot study – Janet Bray, Monash University
  • A prospective observation study of midazolam and droperidol for pre-hospital acute behavioural disturbance – Lachlan Parker, Queensland Ambulance Service
  • Investigating the population characteristics, processes and outcomes of pre-hospital psychiatric and self-harm emergencies in Scotland: a national record linkage study – Edward Duncan (Best Paper Award, UK EMS 999 Conference).

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