Mon., Sep. 16 | bar1911

Inaugural PAPEI Journal Club

Please join us as guest speaker Alexander 'Sandy' MacQuarrie presents his PhD thesis on September 16th - 1800 at the UPEI Health Sciences Building room 103. Afterwards, the inaugural PAPEI Journal Club will commence at Bar1911, 1900-2000, at Bar1911 (113 Longworth Ave).
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Inaugural PAPEI Journal Club

Time & Location

Sep. 16, 2019, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
bar1911, St. Avard's, Charlottetown, PE C1A 5B1, Canada

About the Event

Please join us as guest speaker Alexander 'Sandy'  MacQuarrie presents his PhD thesis on September 16th - 1800 at the UPEI Health Sciences Building room 103. Afterwards, the inaugural PAPEI Journal Club will commence at bar1911, 1900-2000, at Bar1911 (113 Longworth Ave).

Originally from PEI, Sandy lectures at Griffith University in Australia. He will present his PhD thesis 'Fit for duty: context and correlates of paramedic health status and job performance.' It includes four  studies ranging from a survey, to the use of a biometric shirt that  measures physiological markers of on duty paramedics. His thesis can be  found here: https://researchoutput.csu.edu.au/en/publications/fit-for-duty-context-and-correlates-of-paramedic-health-status-an

Afterwards,  the PAPEI Journal Club will meet to discuss a systematic review on the  use of TXA (see citation below, article and checklist emailed with RSVP). We'll move to a more  comfortable location, bar1911, where we'll keep the  discussion light and informal. I've attached some literature and a  checklist to help you with the appraisal process (RSVP).

 Chornenki  NL, Um KJ, Mendoza PA, Samienezhad A, Swarup V, Chai-Adisaksopha, et  al. Risk of venous and arterial thrombus in non-surgical patients  receiving tranexamic acid: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Thromb  Res. 2019 May 05;179(2019):81-86.

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