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CPR UL Workshop: Critical Appraisal of the Prehospital Literature
The objective of this workshop is to provide an introduction to critical appraisal of the prehospital literature. It aims to equip participants with basic skills to assist them in systematically examining research papers to make sense of the scientific evidence.
This workshop is open to individuals working in the prehospital field with an interest in understanding the current literature and conducting prehospital research. The minimum qualification required for registration is EMT on the PHECC register.
Several experienced presenters will facilitate this workshop including Dr. Damien Ryan, Dr. Niamh Cummins and Professor Ailish Hannigan.
Participants will be introduced to critical appraisal through a series of lectures, practical exercises and group activities. There will also be ample opportunity for informal discussions during the workshop.
Date and Time
Wednesday 21st May (9.30am – 4.30pm).
Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick, Ireland
The cost of the workshop is €25 which covers catering costs including tea/coffee and lunch. Payable by Cheque, Postal Order or Bank Draft (please note we cannot accept cash payments) to the University of Limerick. Please post to; Bernie Woods, Centre for Prehospital Research, Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick, Limerick.
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Availability for this workshop is limited with places allocated on a first come first served basis. Please include details of your profession and organisation with your booking. Contact email@example.com (061) 234615The following two tabs change content below.Paramedic, educator, researcherAlan 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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