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Research Links

The 999 EMS Research Forum has established links with various organisations with a research interest in emergency and 999 pre-hospital care. We are keen to strengthen our national and international research links with new organisations for the benefit of actively promoting and sharing emergency care research.

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The College of Paramedics is the recognised professional body for paramedics and the ambulance profession in the UK.  The College represents its members in all matters affecting their clinical practice and supports them to achieve the highest standards of patient care. The College provides support to the profession by providing advice to members and to those who are considering joining the ambulance professions.


Health Data Research UK is uniting the UK’s health data to enable discoveries that improve people’s lives. Our vision is that every health and care interaction and research endeavour will be enhanced by access to large scale data and advanced analytics


The National Ambulance Research Steering Group (NARSG) is the official group representing ambulance research in the UK. Comprised of research managers and representatives from every ambulance service in the UK, we are committed to facilitating pre-hospital research by helping researchers develop projects that are suitable and appropriate for the ambulance service.

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Paramedics Australasia, or ‘PA’, is the peak professional organisation representing practitioners who provide paramedic services to the community. Paramedics are best known for their involvement in the delivery of out-of-hospital emergency medical care through their work with various ambulance service organisations and on humanitarian and relief operations. However, paramedics work in many environments including community, industrial, military, hospital and university settings

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PRIME Centre Wales is a research centre focusing on primary and emergency care, funded by Health and Care Research Wales in order to develop and coordinate research proposals and support researchers. It is an all-Wales centre co-led by Cardiff University, Bangor University, University of South Wales, and Swansea University.

Annual Conference

3-4 March 2020, Hilton Brighton metropole

Quality and risk in 999 healthcare: A balancing act?

The 2020 999 EMS Research Forum conference will be hosted by South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) in association with the National Ambulance Steering Group (NARSG). This will take place at the Hilton Brighton Metropole on 3-4 March 2020..


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