Bursaries & Grants
Supporting research and knowledge translation
The purpose of these bursaries are to support the Division's goal to advance the scientific knowledge of EMS/EHS. In particular, the bursaries encourage and support research and knowledge translation in EHS/EMS practice, education, systems and safety.
These are the bursaries and grants offered by the Division of EMS:
- The Division of EMS Research Performance Grant.
- The Division of EMS Research Postgraduate Education Bursary.
- The Division of EMS Knowledge Translation Grant.
- Clinical Cadaver Program Grant. (pdf 226KB)
Please see the listings to the right for full information on each bursary.
Recent bursary & grant winners:
We do not publish the names of the Nigel Merchant Bursary recipients.
Knowledge Translation Grant
|Jennifer Greene||January 2019||Prehospital Oxygen Administration to Suspected Acute Myocardial Infarction Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. & Prehospital Opioid Administration to Acute Myocardial Infarction Patients: A Systematic Review. NAEMSP 2019, Austin, TX|
|Mengu Li||January 2019||Determining Ambulance Destinations in the Presence of Offload Delay Using a Markov
Decision Process. NAEMSP 2019, Austin, TX
|Joanna Lockhart||January 2019||Helping Those Help Us: Personality, Stress, Coping and Support in Canadian Paramedics. NAEMSP 2019, Austin, TX|
|Lyon Kengis||January 2019||Evaluating Paramedic Comfort, Confidence, and Cultural Competency in Providing Care to Trans Populations in a Provincial Ambulance System. NAEMSP 2019, Austin, TX
|J. Greene||April 2018||The prevalance of mortality due to rebound toxicity after "treat and release" practices in prehospital opiate overdose care: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
2018 National Student Conference of the CSEB
Thunder Bay, Ontario
||March 2018||The prevalance of mortality due to rebound toxicity after "treat and release" practices in prehospital opiate overdose care: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
16th Annual Crossroads Interdisciplinary Health Research Conference
|B. Robinson||January 2018||Paramedics providing palliative care at home: Management of pain and breathlessness.
San Diego, CA
|S. Whalen||June 2017||Paramedic's perception of working in Nova Scotia's collaborative emergency centres.
|M. Bohrer||January 2017
||Pediatric palliative care in Nova Scotia: Use of an out of hospital special patient program administered by paramedics.
New Orleans, LA
Research Performance Grant
|J. Lockhart||March 2018||Predicting outcmes for paramedics following stressful events: Personality, coping and social support.|
|Y. Leroux||March 2018||Pediatric ambulance patient transfer rates: A retrospective observational study.|
||Setember 2017||Experiential and Rational Decision Making: A Survey to Determine Decision Making Styles of Paramedics and Paramedic Students Entering the Workplace|
||October 2018||Master in Health Administration, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS|
|A. DeRosa||September 2014||Masters Applied Health Services Research, UNB/UPEI.|