Month: June 2019

Conference season: UK – May and June

Early in May, I presented to the UK College of Paramedics National Conference (remotely due to ankle injury) on patient advocacy in paramedicine. While I was disappointed not to be there in person and engage with attendees, the talk was seemingly well-received! Thanks to Paul Gowens, Liz Harris and Prof. Julia Williams for the invite…

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Canadian Paramedicine research issue

This month’s Canadian Paramedicine is focused on research, and is available to read, free and open access. Featuring several submissions by McNally Project members on research capacity, ethics, student-led research and more! Including the latest article by Dugg Steary, Paige Mason, Trevor Hines Duncliffe, William Johnston, Brad McArthur and I, “The students are our future:…

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Conference season: PEI, Canada

On return to Canada at the end of May, I headed to the Paramedic Association of PEI Symposium in Charlottetown, PEI to again speak on patient advocacy. This was a great event that I really enjoyed, and although it was my first time visiting PEI, I definitely intend to return soon! Thanks to Holly Noel…

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