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999 EMS Research Forum Conference 2018

26th March 2018 | Stirling Management Centre, United Kingdom


Research for Impact in 999 Emergency Care This year our conference theme is 'Research for Impact in 999 Emergency Care' and will be hosted by Scottish Ambulance Service and University of Stirling. The conference will take place in Stirling Court Hotel, Stirling on 27 March 2018. We are delighted to announce two exciting pre-conference events in addition to this years main programme: a pre-conference workshop session and a pre-conference networking dinner which will be taking place on 26 March 2018. The pre-conference workshops will be aimed at paramedics and  researchers looking to develop skills in relation to writing a peer reviewed paper and planning research projects and getting them funded.  For the first time there will be a networking opportunity dedicated to researchers on 26 March. The pre-conference dinner will include a drinks reception, dinner and the opportunity to network with others who have an interest in pre-hospital care.   Accomodation is available for delegates at Stirling Court Hotel. Rooms can be booked using the link below: www.stirlingcourthotel.co.uk *Ticket Information Early Bird - available up until 9th February! Full Conference package - £160 This package gives you access to the whole conference including workshops, networking and dinner on 26 March followed by the main conference the following day. The perfect option to make sure you get the most out of the event! Dinner and Main Conference package - £120 Access to networking and dinner on 26 March and the main conference on 27 March Workshop and Dinner package - £100 For those of you not able to join us for the main conference, why not come and develop new skills and relationships during the workshops and dinner on 26 March  Main Conference only - £90 Join us for the main conference only on 27 March - lunch and refreshments will be available throughout the day! Workshop only - £70 A fantastic opportunity to gain valuable skills and knowledge aimed at early career researchers and paramedics Standard Rate For those of you who don't manage to book your tickets during our Early Bird offer, tickets will be charged at standard rate.  Full Conference package - £185 This package gives you access to the whole conference including workshops, networking and dinner on 26 March followed by the main conference the following day. The perfect option to make sure you get the most out of the event! Dinner and Main Conference package - £145 Access to networking and dinner on 26 March and the main conference on 27 March Workshop and Dinner package - £125 For those of you not able to join us for the main conference, why not come and develop new skills and relationships during the workshops and dinner on 26 March  Main Conference only - £115 Join us for the main conference only on 27 March - lunch and refreshments will be available throughout the day! Workshop only - £95 A fantastic opportunity to gain valuable skills and knowledge aimed at early career researchers and paramedics *an additional  fee will be added by Eventbrite during booking.  Pre-conference Programme Main Conference Highlights include Keynote Speakers  Dr Gareth Clegg: Paramedic led Echo in Life Support into the pre-hospital environment: The PUCA study Dr Alison Porter and Dr Victoria Williams: Electronic records in ambulances - progress and potential Peer reviewed oral presentations 4 Speakers, TBC 2017 prize winner - Highest quality research Edward Duncan: sharing with us his experience of attending the Paramedic Australasia International Conference 2017 Panel Session  Identifying research priorities with practitioners and researchers working in emergency care Background 999 EMS Research Forum  The 999 EMS Research Forum is a UK based partnership that brings together academics and health-care providers with a research interest in emergency care. It has been actively promoting emergency care research since its formation in 1997. Board members come from a range of specialities and backgrounds and include paramedics, consultants in A&E and anaesthetics and academics. Aims of the Forum: To encourage, promote and disseminate research and evidence-based policy and practice in 999 health-care To develop links between emergency health-care practitioners and the research community To run an annual research conference providing an opportunity to disseminate research and run workshops to build research capacity To continue developing international collaborations in prehospital care research Each year the 999 EMS Research forum puts an open call for papers; submissions are peer reviewed and selected papers are presented at an annual conference. Prizes are awarded for Best Poster, Research Most Likely to Affect Practice, Most Innovative Use of Routine Data, and Highest Quality Research.  The UK Forum does not stand alone but in partnership with emergency care research forums in Australia and the US. The winner of the Highest Quality Research will be invited, and supported, to present their work internationally at one of our partner conferences.

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