Sunday 8 September: 08:00 - 12:30
- Rune Andersen, Denmark
- Olivier Hoogmartens, Belgium
- V. Anantharaman, Singapore
- Maaret Castrén, Sweden
- Joost Bierens, The Netherlands
100 participants maximum.
The course shall be cancelled if less than 8 participants are registered.
The pre-conference seminar on prehospital research aims at gathering around the table practitioners seeking to improve pre-hospital emergency health care through Scientific Research.
This seminar will allow clinicians to discuss current literature, its purpose being the critical evaluation of scientific articles that impact upon the practice of pre-hospital emergency care. The aim is to critically appraise selected articles and studies and discuss the relevance and usefulness of the research findings to clinical practice, including answering the question: "Based on the results of scientific studies, should we change our practice?"
- How to keep in touch with new publications and Clinical Practice Guidelines;
- Learn to critique and appraise pre-hospital research;
- Learn to create a sound prehospital research proposal;
- Encourage research utilization in prehospital care
|Pre‐conference seminar on pre‐hospital Research|
|08:30||Welcome and short introduction on the Falck
Foundation and the prehospital research seminar
|Rune Andersen, Denmark|
|08:40||Hands on approach to pre‐hospital research. Study Design and Methodology||Olivier Hoogmartens, Belgium|
|09:30||Ethics in Prehospital Research||V. Anantharaman, Singapore|
|10:30||Why is Prehospital Research so Difficult?||Maaret Castrén, Sweden|
|11:15||Rookie Mistakes and Pitfalls in prehospital Research||Joost Bierens, The Netherlands|
|11:45||Prehospital Research Proposal||V. Anantharaman, Singapore|
|12:15||Questions to Faculty Panel||All|