Research for Impact in 999 Emergency Care
999 EMS Research Forum Conference 2018
RESEARCH FOR IMPACT IN 999 EMERGENCY CARE
Stirling Court Hotel, Stirling on 26-27 March 2018
The 999 EMS Research Forum annual conference in 2018 was hosted by the Scottish Ambulance Service and the University of Stirling this year. It was run in association with the National Ambulance Steering Group (NARSG).
Day one provided the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge through interesting and informative workshops. There was a three course conference dinner on the evening of day one which provided the perfect opportunity for networking.
Day two included talks from key note speakers and those shortlisted via peer review to provide oral presentations. There was a moderated poster sessions where those selected had the opportunity to provide a brief presentation of their work. Day one and day two workshop and keynote speakres are below.
Day one workshop speakers
Professor Rowena Murray, University of the West of Scotland
Professor Niro Siriwardena, University of Lincoln
Professor Helen Snooks, Swansea University
Mr Roy Norris, SUPER (Service Users for Primary and Emergency care Research)
Day two conference keynotes speakers
Dr Peter Davidson, NIHR Dissemination Centre
Dr Gareth Clegg, University of Edinburgh and Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh
Dr Alison Walker, Harrogate & District NHS Foundation Trust