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Dalhousie Research Impact Award
We are very excited to announce that Dr. Alix Carter has been selected as one of three recipients of the 2019 Dalhousie Research Impact Award. This award is given in recognition of the achievements of a Dalhousie faculty member who has made a significant impact in their field of research.
Well done Alix!
EMS Research Day 1st Call for Abstracts!
The organizing committee is accepting abstracts for presentation at our 11th Annual EMS Research Day
You are invited to submit abstracts NO LATER THAN
Midnight on August 11th 2019
The following formats will be considered for presentation:
• Current/Ongoing EMS/Paramedic Research Projects
• Completed EMS/Paramedic Research Projects.
Please submit abstracts (Word Format only) to: email@example.com
Each abstract must contain, in order:
• Only pre-hospital or EMS relevant topics will be considered, due to the volume of applications.
• Abstracts must be typed (using 12 point Times New Roman font), single-spaced.
• The maximum length for abstracts is 350 words.
• Each heading must be underlined.
• The text should be left-justified.
• Abbreviations should be kept to a minimum, and defined when first used.
• Paramedic presenters will be given certificates for continuing education credit.
Save the Date!
11th Annual EMS Research Day
Tuesday, October 29th, 2019
Royal Bank Theatre, QEII, Hi Site
Dr. Ron Stewart's Gift
Dr. Ron Stewart Pledges $1.3 Million Dollars to the Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation in Support of Emergency Health Services Research.
For the complete story click the link below:
BRIC NS Lays Foundation for a Future of Better Care
Researchers in Dalhousie’s Department of Family Medicine are co-leading a Nova Scotia network that’s mobilizing health-care professionals, managers, policy makers, learners and citizens across the province to get involved in practical research that will re-shape the delivery of care. Read More....
Paramedics Behind the Scenes
The sights and sounds of an ambulance racing down the street is an experience many of us can relate to. Whether it’s as the unfortunate patient in the back, or pulling over to provide a clear path – emergency services are often overlooked until we can see them. But it’s the work that Emergency Health Services (EHS) are doing behind the scenes that is truly underappreciated and often times unrecognized. Read more...