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Surveys & Consultations

The College is frequently asked to distribute surveys to members on behalf of individuals and organisations undertaking research projects.  We encourage all members to take part as the data gathered may improve services and working lives. 
 

Paramedic Advanced Practice Survey

An exploration of paramedic views and opinions on the use of medicines management activities in advanced practice roles.

Click here to take part. 

 

Paramedic’s Approach to Prehospital Analgesia (PAPA) Study 

You are invited to participate in a research project which will investigate the approaches of paramedics toward prehospital analgesia. 
 
The research project is being conducted by Patrick Gough, a Medical Student at the University of Wollongong.
 
All qualified paramedics working in a prehospital setting are encouraged to engage in this survey. The survey is anonymous and data from the completed surveys will be compiled into a research report which may be published in medical journals and presented at conferences. The survey is expected to take participants approximately 15 minutes to complete and any incomplete surveys will be excluded from the study. 
 
Please see the attached participant information sheet for the full details surrounding this study.
 
Click here to take part. 
 
Your involvement with this research project is greatly appreciated 

 

Calling all Paramedic prescribers

If you have your paramedic prescribing qualification I would like to invite you to complete this on-line survey. 

The aim of the study is to better understand how paramedics are implementing their prescribing qualification in practice. This is an exploratory study that covers a number of different objectives, one of which is to make recommendations for policy so make sure you have your say! This study may help improve paramedic prescribing in the future. 

This research is part of my Advanced Practice MSc with the University of Huddersfield. This survey should take around 15 minutes to complete. There are 29 questions.

Click here to take part.