• About

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    Resources and sites aimed at prehospital researchers are few and far between, and this site hopes to address that. EMS researchers in general are not the most prevalent in the literature and indeed, for some, even the thought of research is a scary concept. This site hopes to make the journey that little bit easier by bringing together researchers from all across the globe – after all, the world is a small place!

    Why?

    We hope through the site to encourage pre-hospital providers worldwide to come together, collaborate and further the profession through research.

    Who?

    Authors come from all across the globe, and their details can be found either at the beginning or the end of their individual posts on the site. Their qualifications will also be stated.

    • Editor-in-Chief: Alan Batt
    • Australasian Editor: Jessica Morton
    • UK/Ireland Editor: Jamie Todd
    • European Editor: John Bastian Etti
    • US Editor: Peter Ragone
    • Canadian Editor: Christopher Foerster

    You can contact the editorial team at editor@prehospitalresearch.eu.

    How to read the articles we post?

    We aim to provide links to articles that allow free full text access, or allow access through most institution/Athens logins. Where this is not possible, be resourceful – a relative or friend may have access to the journal or article allowing you to read it. You can also ask your institutions library to subscribe to certain journals if you feel there is a demand for it. Finally, there is always the option of personally subscribing, or splitting a subscription among a number of your colleagues.

    Anything else?

    Please have a look around, read through the posts, find an upcoming research event to attend, or have a chat in the forum. Browse through our links, resources and articles, and remember any questions, suggestions or criticisms can be sent to admin@prehospitalresearch.eu, or comment on any posts that interest you.

    Thanks for stopping by!

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    Last modified: 24/01/14