• Prehospital Research…an introduction – free booklet from the Falck Foundation

    by Alan Batt. Last modified: 30/09/14



    The main aim of this booklet is to stimulate, facilitate and prepare junior investigators to perform their initial studies in prehospital research. The information presented here is provided by experienced researchers and intends to contribute to ongoing improvements in the quality of prehospital research.

    The Falck Foundation supports the development of prehospital research by means of a research grant scheme, the annual Sophus Falck Abstract Awards, and via regular pre-congress research workshops, as well as through congress sessions and lectures. All activities are exclusively in the domain of prehospital research. This booklet is yet another initiative directed at the main objective of the Falck Foundation: to promote and support prehospital research.

    The booklet is a joint initiative of the members of the Medical Advisory Board of the Falck Foundation and is endorsed by the Governing Council of the Falck Foundation. It is anticipated that the information provided in this booklet, and attendance at the Falck Foundation prehospital research workshops, will result in a higher quality of the abstracts submitted at the conferences, and in valuable research proposals and publications. More importantly, the research outcomes should result in improved and more effective prehospital patient care worldwide.

    Download free from: http://www.falckfoundation.com/doc/Booklet-prehospitalresearch-an-introduction.pdf

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    Alan Batt

    Alan Batt

    Paramedic, educator, researcher
    Alan is a critical care paramedic, paramedic educator and prehospital researcher, currently working around the world as an educator and researcher. He has previously worked and studied across Europe, North America and the Middle East. He holds a Graduate Certificate in Intensive Care Paramedic Studies, and an MSc in Critical Care. His main interests are in care of the elderly, end-of-life care, patient safety, professionalism (including role and identity), and paramedic education.

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