• 8th Apr 2019

Maintaining asepsis in paramedicine: a consensus statement - Research

University of Sunshine Coast paramedicine researchers are calling for expressions of interest to participate in a research project to develop a framework promoting asepsis in paramedic practice which is applicable to Australian paramedicine. You are eligible to participate if you are professionally employed within healthcare and have extensive experience in paramedicine (operational or management), infection prevention and control, or evidence-based policy development. If you agree to participate in this research project, you will be asked to join an online discussion forum and complete a survey once a month for 3 months. Participation will take approximately 90 minutes per month for 3 months.

If you wish to submit an EOI, please email the research team at nbarr@usc.edu.au and briefly outline your professional experience. A panel of participants will be selected from those volunteering. If the number of expressions of interest exceeds what is required, secondary selection criteria will be used to choose participants. The secondary selection will be based on ranking applicants from different areas of expertise (paramedicine, infection prevention and control, and evidence-based policy development) and choosing a purposive sample to have representation of broad range of skills and professions on the Delphi panel.

For further information please see the research project information sheet attached or contact Nigel Barr.

Asepsis Research Project Information

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