I am an ardent supporter of open-access publication, and try to publish as many of my articles in open-access publications as possible. Full texts are available here for many of my publications; the link to file is at end of each citation. If a file is not available here it may be due to copyright purposes – please contact me for a private copy in this event.

Peer-reviewed publications

  1. Barry T., Batt, A.M., Agarwal, G., Booker, M., Casey, M., McCombe, G. Potential for Paramedic Roles in Irish General Practice: A qualitative study of stakeholder’s perspectives. HRB Open Research. 2022;5:40. 10.12688/hrbopenres.13545.1. Full text.
  2. Batt, A.M., Williams, B., Rich, J., Tavares, W. A six-step model for developing competency frameworks in the healthcare professions. Frontiers in Medicine: Healthcare Professions Education. 2021, Nov 23. 10.3389/fmed.2021.789828. Publisher link.
  3. Batt, A.M., Williams, B., Brydges, M., Leyenaar, M., Tavares, W. New ways of seeing: the role of systems thinking when developing competency frameworks in health professions education. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 10.1007/s10459-021-10054-x. Full-text (AAM). Publisher version.
  4. Cameron, C., Lunn, T., Lanos, C., Batt, A.M. Dealing with dying – progressing paramedics’ role in grief support. Progress in Palliative Care. 10.1080/09699260.2020.1856634. Abstract. Full text (AAM).
  5. Batt, A.M., Lanos, C., Delport, S., Al-Hasan, D., Alhmoudi, A., Anderson, M., Knox, S., Fares, S., Cummins, F. Out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the Gulf region: a scoping review. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal. 2020;26(x). 10.26719/emhj.20.141. Full-text.
  6. Hamel, L., Procum, A., Hunter, J., Gridley, D., O’Connor, K., Fentress, T., Goenner, C., Khalsa, S., Batt, A.M. Local socioeconomic status and paramedic students’ academic performance. International Paramedic Practice. 2020;10(2):25-32. 10.12968/ippr.2020.10.2.25. Abstract. Full-text (AAM).
  7. Batt, A.M., Tavares, W., Williams, B. The development of competency frameworks in healthcare professions: a scoping review. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 10.1007/s10459-019-09946-w. PubMed. Full-text (AAM). Publisher version.
  8. Hines Duncliffe, T., D’Angelo, B., Brock, M., Fraser, C., Lamarra, J., Austin, N., Pusateri, M., Batt, A.M. The effects of stress on the driving abilities of paramedic students: a pilot, simulator-based study. International Paramedic Practice. 2019;9(4):28-35. Full-text
  9. Cochrane, A., Pithia, P., Laird, E., Mifflin, K., Sonley-Long, V., Batt, A.M. Investigating the attitudes of Canadian paramedic students towards homelessness. International Journal of Caring Sciences. 2019;12(3): 1781-1787. Full-text.
  10. Leyenaar, M., Strum, R., Batt, A.M., Sinha, S., Nolan, M., Agarwal, G., Tavares, W., Costa, A. Examining Consensus for a Standardized Patient Assessment in Community Paramedicine Home Visits: a RAND/UCLA modified Delphi Study. BMJ Open. 2019;9:e031956. DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-031956. PubMed. Full-text.
  11. Kus, L., Henderson, L., Batt, A.M. Empathy in paramedic practice: an overview. Journal of Paramedic Practice. 2019. 11(4). DOI: 10.12968/jpar.2019.11.4.CPD1. Abstract. Full-text.
  12. Ramey, S., MacQuarrie, A., Cochrane, A., McCann, I., Johnston, C.W., Batt, A.M. Drowsy and dangerous? Fatigue in paramedics: an overview. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2019;4(1). DOI: 10.32378/ijp.v3i2.175. Full-text.
  13. Johnston, C.W. and Batt, A.M. Canadian Paramedic Program Use of Realistic Simulation in Education (PURSE): a descriptive study. Journal of the National Association of EMS Educators. 2019(Winter):10-15. Full-text.
  14. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Delport, S., Norman, S., Jenkins, S., Cummins, F. Implementation of a STEMI bypass protocol in the Northern United Arab Emirates. Heart Views. 2018;19(4):121-127. DOI: 10.4103/heartviews.heartviews_81_17. PubMed. Full-text.
  15. Pagano, A., Robinson, K., Ricketts, C., Cundy-Jones, J., Henderson, L., Cartwright, W., Batt, A.M. Empathy levels in Canadian paramedic students: a longitudinal study. International Journal of Caring Sciences. 2018;11(3): 1492-1498. Full-text.
  16. Kus, L., Gosling, C., Wilson, T., Batt, A.M. Exploring empathy levels among Canadian paramedic students. International Paramedic Practice. 2018;8(3):42-47. DOI: 10.12968/ippr.2018.8.3.42. Abstract. Full-text.
  17. Colbeck, M., Maria, S., Eaton, G., Campbell, C., Batt, A.M., Caffey, M. International examination and synthesis of the primary and secondary surveys in paramedicine. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2018;3(2). DOI: 10.32378/ijp.v3i2.91. Abstract.
  18. Mason, P. and Batt, A.M. #FOAMems: engaging paramedics with free, online open-access education. Journal of Education and Health Promotion. 2018;7:32:5 pg. DOI: 10.4103/jehp.jehp_84_17. PubMed. Full-text.
    1. Ranked 5th most popular article in journal & in top 5% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric.
  19. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Ward, G., Lonergan, D., Cummins, F. Reducing the trauma burden in the United Arab Emirates – a brief report. Mediterranean Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2018;26:25-28. DOI: 10.26738/MJEM.2017/mjem26.2018/AB.CRE.150217. Abstract. Full-text.
  20. Batt, A.M. and Knox, S. Building research capacity in Irish prehospital practitioners. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2017;2(2):3 pg. DOI: 10.32378/ijp.v2i2.67. Full-text.
  21. Batt, A.M., Ward, G., Acker, J. Paramedic patient advocacy: a review and discussion. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. 2017;15(4):8:7 pg. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1117355. Abstract. Full-text.
  22. Leggio, W., Batt, A.M., Berry, J., Fentress, T., Vosper, M., Walsh, K., Dinsch, J. Correlation of formative assessments as the means of predicting summative performance for paramedic students. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, 2017;15(4):2:4 pg. Full-text.
  23. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Ward, G.*, Pilapil, C., Delport, S., Cummins, F. Paediatric Cardiac Arrests in the Northern Emirates, United Arab Emirates. Mediterranean Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016;25:30-34. Full-text.
    • Reprinted as: Batt, A.M. et al. Paediatric Cardiac Arrests in the Northern Emirates, United Arab Emirates. Ambulance UK. 2017;32(3):102-106. Full-text.
  24. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Cummins, F. A profile of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the Northern Emirates, United Arab Emirates. Saudi Medical Journal. 2016;37(11):1206-1213. DOI: 15537/smj.2016.11.16126. PubMed. Full-text.
  25. Batt, A.M. and Cummins, N. E-learning on the road: online learning and social media for continuing professional competency. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2016;1(1):8 pg. Full-text.
  26. Batt, A.M., Nolan, M., Cummins, F. Continuing education: Catastrophic haemorrhage control. Mediterranean Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016;24:17-21. Full-text

Letters and editorials

  1. Batt, A.M. Hidden practice, hidden people? International Paramedic Practice. 2020;10(4):78. 10.12968/ippr.2020.10.4.78. Full-text. Publisher version.
  2. Batt, A.M. Explore and evolve. International Paramedic Practice. 2019;9(3):53 10.12968/ippr.2019.9.3.53. Full-text. Publisher version.
  3. Delport, S., Gyuran, J., Knox, S., Batt, A.M. Implications for reflective practice and safer care in paramedicine: The Bawa-Garba case. Journal of Paramedic Practice. 2018;10(11):462. 10.12968/jpar.2018.10.11.462. Abstract. Full-text.
  4. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Cummins, F. Urgent need to strengthen the chain of survival in the United Arab Emirates. Emergency. 2017;5(1):e51. 10.22037/emergency.v5i1.14651. PubMed. Full-text.
  5. Berhanu, A., Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Cummins, F. Re: A profile of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the Northern Emirates, United Arab Emirates. Saudi Medical Journal. 2017;38(6):666-668. 10.15537/smj.2017.6.20128. PubMed. Full-text.
  6. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Cummins, F. Out-of-hospital adult cardiac arrests in a university hospital in central Saudi Arabia. Saudi Medical Journal. 2016;37(6):714. 10.15537/smj.2016.6.14851. PubMed. Full-text.
  7. Batt, A.M. Welcome to the Irish Journal of Paramedicine. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2016;1(1):1 pg. 32378/ijp.v1i1.23. Full-text.
  8. Batt, A.M., Tomkinson, C., Morgan, L., Norman, S. Do paramedics have a role to play in organ donation? Transplantation. 2016;100(8):e42-e43. 10.1097/TP.0000000000001212. PubMed. Full-text.

Publications in abstract format

  1. Batt, A.M., Lanos, C., Delport, S., Al-Hasan, D., Knox, S., Anderson, M., Alhmoudi, A., Dennekamp, M., Fares, S., Cummins, F. Out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the Gulf region: a scoping review. European Journal of Emergency Medicine. 27(1). e6. 10.1097/01.mej.0000697820.03632.98. Abstract.
  2. Batt, A.M., Williams, B., Brydges, M., Leyenaar, M., Tavares, W. A ‘systems thinking’ conceptual framework to explore clinical practice. DP 4-6. Canadian Medical Education Journal. 11(2):e170. Abstract.
  3. Batt, A.M., Tavares, W., Williams, B. How do healthcare professions develop competency frameworks? DP 12-5. Canadian Medical Education Journal. 2020. 11(2):e201.
  4. Batt, A.M., Tavares, W., Williams, B. A35. A scoping review of competency framework development in healthcare professions. PAC Paramedic Research Symposium Book of Abstracts. 2019. Abstract.
  5. Cochrane, A., Pithia, P., Laird, E., Mifflin, K., Sonley-Long, V., Batt, A.M. Paramedic students’ attitudes towards homelessness. PAC Paramedic Research Symposium Book of Abstracts. 2019. Abstract.
  6. Hamel, L., Procum, A., Hunter, J., Gridley, D., O’Connor, K., Fentress, T., Goenner, C., Khalsa, S., Batt, A.M.
    • The relationship between socioeconomic status and the academic performance of paramedic students. PAC Paramedic Research Symposium Book of Abstracts. 2019. Abstract.
    • Does your address make the grade? The relationship between socioeconomic status and the academic performance of paramedic students. EMS World. 2019;48(10): 79-80. Abstract.
  7. Hines Duncliffe, T., Brock, M., D’Angelo, B., Fraser, C., Austin, N., Lamarra, J., Pusateri, M., Livingston, L., Batt, A.M.
    • The effects of stress on the driving abilities of paramedic students. EMS World. 2018;47(10):S76. Abstract.
    • Driving me crazy – the effects of stress on the driving abilities of paramedic students. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2018;3(2). 10.32378/ijp.v3i2.163. Abstract.
  8. Pagano, A., Robinson, K., Ricketts, C., Cundy-Jones, J., Henderson, L., Cartwright, W., Batt, A.M. Empathy levels in Canadian paramedic students: a longitudinal study. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2018;3(2). 10.32378/ijp.v3i2.117. Abstract.
  9. Batt, A.M., Henderson, L., Hines Duncliffe, T., Robb, S., Cundy-Jones, J., Crosetta, R., Smith, P., Steary, D. Strategies for incorporating patient safety education in paramedic education using the IHI Open School. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2018;3(2). 10.32378/ijp.v3i2.119. Abstract.
  10. Batt A.M., Delport, S., Cummins, F. Disaster preparedness and response in older adults: a review and discussion. International Journal of First Aid Education. 2018;1(2);8. 10.21038/ijfa.2018.0007. Abstract.
  11. Ward, J., Batt, A.M., Menzies, D.
    • Facilitating Paramedic Continuous Professional Competency: the #IrishEMS chat. National Institute of Health Sciences Research Bulletin. 2018;8(1);75. Abstract.
    • A9 Facilitating Paramedic Continuous Professional Competency: the #IrishEMS chat. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2016;1(S1):5. 10.32378/ijp.v1i1.25. Abstract.
  12. Batt, A.M. and Johnston, C.W. Bodybuilding: An Anatomical Model Project in Paramedic Education. EMS World. 2017;46(10):S78. Abstract.
  13. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Delport, S., Hong, W., Hay, I., Norman, S., Jenkins, S., Cummins, F. A3 Translating the evidence: STEMI bypass in the Middle East. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2017;2(S1):3. DOI: 10.32378/ijp.v2i1.53. Abstract.
  14. Batt, A.M., Brydges, M., Mausz, J., Tavares, W. A7 Building research capacity in paramedicine: the McNally group. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2017;2(S1):4. 10.32378/ijp.v2i1.53. Abstract.
  15. Batt, A.M. and Knox, S. A8 On the path to professionalism: the Irish College of Paramedics. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2017;2(S1):5. 32378/ijp.v2i1.53. Abstract.
  16. Johnston, C.W. and Batt, A.M. A14 Paramedic Usage of Realistic Simulation in Education. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2016;1(S1):7. 10.32378/ijp.v1i1.25. Abstract.
  17. Batt, A.M. and Cummins, N. E-learning on the Road – Irish Pre-Hospital Practitioners’ Experiences of Online Technology and Social Media for Continuous Professional Competency. National Institute of Health Sciences Research Bulletin. 2016;7(3):84.
  18. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Corrigan, B., Navalta, M., Haskins, B., Cummins, F. Design and implementation of a peer support programme for prehospital care providers. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 2015;12(5):42. Abstract.
  19. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Haskins, B., Sheridan, S., Domingo, J., Acker, J., Cummins, F. The Certificate of Clinical Practice: improving education for the EMT-Basic. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 2015;12(5):45. Abstract.
  20. Al-Hajeri, A., Batt, A.M., Sheridan, S., Lonergan, D., Haskins, B., Cummins, F. Impact of a pain management education intervention for prehospital care providers. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 2015;12(5):26. Abstract.
  21. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Haskins, B., Cummins, F. Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in the Northern Emirates, UAE. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 2015;12(5):43. Abstract.
  22. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Haskins, B., Cummins, F. Preparing for the worst: National Ambulance and the 2014 Ebola Virus epidemic. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 2015;12(5):44. Abstract.
  23. Batt, A.M. and Johnston, T. Delayed Sequence Intubation and Apnoeic Oxygenation. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 2015;12(5):61. Abstract.

Professional Publications (not peer-reviewed)

  1. Batt, A.M., Poirier, P., Bank, J., Bolster, J., Bowles, R., Cameron, C., Donelon, B., Dunn, N., Essington, T., Johnston, W., Lysko, M., Mason, P., Steary, D., and Tavares, W. Developing the National Occupational Standard for Paramedics in Canada – update 1. Canadian Paramedicine. 2022; 45(2):6-8. Full text.
  2. Batt, A.M. Wellbeing series: Empathy and paramedic wellbeing. Irish Journal of Paramedicine. 2019;4(2). DOI: 10.32378/ijp.v4i2.210. Full-text.
  3. Batt, A.M., Knox, S., Delport, S., Acker, J. Degrees of change: opportunities and obstacles in paramedic education. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(5):11-14. Full-text.
  4. Batt, A.M., Steary, D., Mason, P., Hines Duncliffe, T., Johnston, C.W., McArthur, B. The students are our future: growing the next generation of paramedic researchers in Canada. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(4): 12-15. Full-text.
  5. Lanos, C., Mason, P., Batt, A.M. GoSponsor…Us. Going beyond mentoring for women in paramedicine. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019; 42(3):34-36. Full-text.
  6. Lanos, C., Batt, A.M. Navigating pre-hospital end of life care: a paramedic perspective. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019;42(2):17-18. Full-text.
  7. Hines Duncliffe, T., Batt, A.M. When ambulances crash. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019;42(1):22-23. Full-text.
  8. Robb, S., Hines Duncliffe, T., Henderson, L., Steary, D., Batt, A.M. Patient safety and quality improvement education for paramedics: the role of the IHI Open School Chapter. Canadian Paramedicine. 2019;42(1):16-17. Full-text.
  9. McCann, I., Mason, P., Batt, A.M. FOAM for Canadian paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(6):8-10. Full-text.
  10. James, K., Lanos, C., Batt, A.M. Organ donation – a role for paramedics? Canadian Paramedicine. 2018; 41(4):20-22. Full-text.
  11. Knox, S. and Batt, A.M. Professionalisation of paramedics – the role of regulation and registration. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018; 41(5):6-8. Full-text.
  12. Johnston, C.W., Carter, D., Batt, A.M. Keeping them on their feet – novel solutions to the emerging lift assist trend. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018; 41(4):9-11. Full-text.
  13. Hines Duncliffe, T., Johnston, C.W., Tsotsos, L., Batt, A.M. Ageism is getting old! Canadian Paramedicine. 2018; 41(3):6-9. Full-text.
  14. Mason, P., Delport, S., Batt, A.M. Let’s make this our “thing”: levelling the field for a brighter future in paramedicine. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(2):26-27. Full-text.
  15. Crosetta, R., Smith, P., Cundy-Jones, J., Henderson, L., Batt, A.M. Patient safety and quality improvement education for paramedics: practicing what we preach. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(2):35-37. Full-text.
  16. Hilliard, D., Johnston, C.W., Batt, A.M. An introduction to tropical medicine for paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(1):18-22. Full-text.
  17. Gyuran, J. and Batt, A.M. When lightning strikes…before and after! Canadian Paramedicine. 2018;41(1):15-17. Full-text.
  18. Tomkinson, C., Weston, E., Batt, A.M. A review of concussion recognition, assessment and management for paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2017;40(5):25-27. Full-text.
  19. James, K., O’Brien, C., Batt, A.M. Stop sticks: reducing the risk of needlestick injuries in paramedic practice. Canadian Paramedicine. 2017;40(5):14-15. Full-text.
  20. Hilliard, D., James, K., Batt, A.M. An introduction to reflective practice for paramedics and student paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2017;40(2):17-20. Full-text.
  21. Johnston C.W. and Batt, A.M. Zika virus: what paramedics need to know. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(4):8,10-12. Full-text.
  22. Batt, A.M. Research toolkit: how to read a paper. Patch Point. 2016 Fall;4-5.
  23. Batt, A.M. Academic writing for paramedics. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(4):32-34.
  24. Batt, A.M. and Berry, J. A review of the Fisdap Research Summit. NAEMSE Educator Update. 2016 Apr;18-19. Full-text.
  25. Batt, A.M. and Steary, D. Student Paramedic Research at Fanshawe College. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(3):38-40. Full-text.
  26. Batt, A.M. Journal Club review: outcomes in ALS versus BLS. Resuscitation Today. 2016;3(1):30-31.
  27. Kent, G., Mason, P., Batt, A.M. Eat, sleep and be healthy: a paramedic’s guide to healthier shift work. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(2):31-34. Full-text.
  28. Batt, A.M. Strengthening the links. Resuscitation Today. 2016;3(1):2. Full-text.
  29. Batt, A.M. Enhancing patient safety education for paramedics with the IHI Open School. Canadian Paramedicine. 2016;39(1):11-13. Full-text.
  30. Moloney, B. and Batt, A.M. The paramedic as a patient advocate. Canadian Paramedicine. 2015;38(6):16-18. Full-text.
  31. Morton, J., Kloepping, K., Buick, J., Todd, J., Batt, A.M. The evolution of the paramedic. Canadian Paramedicine. 2015;38(5):22-25. Full-text.
  32. Batt, A.M., Al-Hajeri, A., Corrigan, B., Navalta, M., Haskins, B., Cummins, F. Design and implementation of a peer support programme for prehospital care providers. Canadian Paramedicine. 2015;38(2).
  33. Batt, A.M., Halliwell, D., Clark, R. Resuscitation Review. Resuscitation Today. 2015;2(2):12-15. Full-text.
  34. Batt, A.M., Morton, J., Simpson, M. Rethinking ‘remote and rural’ education. Canadian Paramedicine. 2015;38(2):12,14. Full-text.
  35. Batt, A.M. Teaching and evaluating the affective domain in paramedic education. Canadian Paramedicine. 2014;38(1):22-23. Full-text.

Reports/Theses/Other work

  1. Shannon, B., Eaton, G., Lanos, C., Leyenaar, M., Nolan, M., Bowles, K., Williams, B., O’Meara, P., Wingrove, G., Heffern, J.D., Batt, A.M. Community paramedicine restricted review. Melbourne: Commissioned by the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council, Ireland. 2022.
  2. Bowles, R. …, Batt, A.M., … Gullia, C. CSA Z1635:22. Functional requirements and core data set for a Canadian paramedic information system (CPIS) Standard. Toronto: CSA Group. 2022.
  3. Shannon, B., Batt, A.M., Eaton, G., Bowles, K., Williams, B. Community paramedicine practice framework scoping exercise. Melbourne: Commissioned by the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council, Ireland. 2021. Full text.
  4. Batt, A.M., Hultink, A., Lanos, C., Tierney, B., Grenier, M., Heffern, J. Advances in community paramedicine in Canada in response to COVID-19. Toronto: CSA Group. 2021. Full-text.
  5. Batt, A.M. Do we preach what we practice? The development of competency frameworks in healthcare professions. Thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Department of Paramedicine, Monash University, Australia. 2021.
  6. Brydges, M., Knox, S, Makrides, T, Batt, A.M. Report of the Professional Autonomy Working Group in: Tavares et al. The Future of Paramedicine in Canada White Paper. 2021. Ottawa: Paramedic Chiefs of Canada.
  7. Poirier, P., Morgan, K., Acker, J., Agarwal, G., Appleton, K., Batt, A.M., … Fetterly, S. CSA Z1650:20. Paramedic response to the opioid crisis: Education and training across the treatment and care continuum in out-of-hospital and community settings. 2020. Toronto: CSA Group.
  8. Hirello, L., Ford-Jones, P., Mason, P., Batt, A.M., Cameron, C., Cuthbertson, T., Tavares, W. McNally Project Inclusion and Equity Statement. 2020. Available at  https://perma.cc/MTX4-GXB2
  9. Tavares, W., Ford-Jones, P., Batt, A.M., Mausz, J., Leyenaar, M. Public Comment re: Patient Care Model Standards. McNally Project for Paramedicine Research. 2020. Available at https://perma.cc/MTZ8-ZYHH
  10. Batt, A.M., Tavares, W., Williams, B. Guideline for the reporting of Competency Framework Development in Healthcare Professions (CONFERD-HP). Guideline registered at www.equator-network.org. 2019. Website at www.conferd-guideline.org.
  11. Tavares, W., Leyenaar, M., Batt, A.M., Buick, J., Drennan, I., McLeod, B. Public comment re: Enabling New Models of Care for Select 9-1-1 Patients. McNally Project for Paramedicine Research. 2019. Available at https://perma.cc/VUE5-ERD2
  12. Batt, A.M. and Gyuran, J. Integration of reflective practice into certification processes. Hamilton, Centre for Paramedic Education and Research. 2017.
  13. Batt, A.M. Disaster preparedness and response in older adults: a review and discussion. Capstone paper for Certificate in Disaster Management, IFRC & Jamsetji Tata School of Disaster Studies, Mumbai, India. 2017.
  14. Batt, A.M. The impact of an organised system of cardiac care on patient outcomes in the Emirate of Ras al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates. Dissertation for the degree of Master of Science (MSc) in Critical Care, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, UK. 2016.