Creating knowledge through collaboration
The Paramedicine Research Symposium is a partnership between Monash University Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice, and the Australian and New Zealand College of Paramedicine.
Symposium key submission dates
The Paramedicine Research Symposium aims to support the generation and dissemination of research in paramedicine, emergency health and primary health care, to reflect the expanding scope of paramedic practice. This event will bring together academics, clinicians and students with an interest in the development of discipline-specific knowledge through rigorous scientific enquiry that is required to support practice. The forum strongly supports novice researchers, or those with an interest in research as a career pathway through the integration of research training sessions within the symposium, and provides opportunities to develop research support networks, which should include opportunities for national and international collaboration.
Call for workshop proposals
The Paramedicine Research Symposium Committee is seeking abstract submissions for workshop presentations at PRS19 (25th – 26th Nov 2019).
Workshops will be 90 minutes in duration and focus on research topics which are applicable to the audience. Workshops should be interactive in nature and engage participants in meaningful activity, discussion, collaborations etc. Workshop presenters will be given complimentary registration to PRS19.
Workshop proposals should also align with the strategic objectives of the ANZCP Research Committee and the Paramedicine Research Symposium:
• To support ANZCP members at all levels of research capacity, from novice to expert, through participation in the generation of discipline-specific research and the dissemination of research outcomes; and
• To foster an understanding of value of evidence-based practice and ability of members to identify, evaluate and apply evidence to their practice.
Enquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org Email Linda
Applications are to be made via the PRS19 submission system (Oxford Abstracts) Click here to submit
Submissions close on Friday 31st May 2019.
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