Mon., Sep. 16 | University of Prince Edward Island

UPEI & PAPEI Research Committee Present: Alexander MacQuarrie - 'Fit for Duty' Thesis

Please join us for guest speaker Alexander 'Sandy' MacQuarrie, and the inaugural PAPEI Journal Club meeting, on September 16th - 1800 at the UPEI Health Sciences Building room 103.
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UPEI & PAPEI Research Committee Present: Alexander MacQuarrie - 'Fit for Duty' Thesis

Time & Location

Sep. 16, 2019, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
University of Prince Edward Island, 550 University Ave, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4P3, Canada

About the Event

Please join us for guest speaker Alexander 'Sandy'  MacQuarrie, and the inaugural PAPEI Journal Club meeting, on September  16th - 1800 at the UPEI Health Sciences Building room 103.

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 and attached article). We'll move to a more  comfortable location, like the campus pub, where we'll keep the  discussion light and informal. I've attached some literature and a  checklist to help you with the appraisal process.

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