Prehospital Care Research Forum

2023 Call for Abstracts

Submissions are now open for 2023 abstracts. Abstracts are due June 30, 2023.

Call for Abstracts

Dec 20th Special Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Journal Club: Scoping out the Science: EMS Workforce Diversity

Conversations about workforce diversity often stir up passionate responses and may become uncomfortable. Uncomfortable or not, it’s time to talk about diversity in EMS. The EMS workforce in the US remains far from representative of the population served and is unlikely to change soon without purposeful action. Join us to hear about the latest published research related to the diversity of the EMS workforce by members of the National Association of EMS Physicians’ Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee.

Dec 20th Special Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Journal Club: Scoping out the Science: EMS Workforce Diversity

Webinars!

Join us for two live monthly webinars | WEBINAR DETAILS & ARCHIVES

PCRF Journal Club: Clinical Research
Second Monday, noon CST
Next date: December 12, 2022
Join the discussion.

PCRF Education Research Journal Club
Fourth Friday, noon CST
Next date: December 16, 2022
Join the discussion.

Journal Club Encore

UCLA’s Center for Prehospital Care is proud to announce Remle Crowe, PhD, NREMT as the inaugural recipient of the Power of One Award

The Power of One is the first award of its kind in EMS research and recognizes a special individual affecting a great many people in the world of EMS research...

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Just in the past two years, Dr. Crowe has helped the EMS community produce more than 50 research abstracts and support new researchers daily to advance EMS with science. Her efforts have elevated the importance of data and data-driven rigor to a national and international level in a way that stratospherically springboards science in EMS while improving the health and safety of communities.

Dr. Kim McKenna, PCRF Board Member, describes Dr. Crowe as the embodiment of what it means to be a mentor and credits Dr. Crowe for guiding countless novice EMS researchers in their quest to discover new knowledge that will help to inform and improve the industry. Dr. McKenna goes on to say, “As a research mentor Dr. Crowe helps novice researchers design, analyze and publish their work. All of this is done with a firm hand to advance the work and a sense of humor that makes this difficult work fun.” Fellow researcher and PCRF Board Member, Dr. Jeff Jarvis sings Dr. Crowe’s praises in saying “She has done an amazing job mentoring young (and not so young) researchers and making EMS research more approachable. Our entire profession is so much better because of her efforts!”

Remle Crowe, PhD, NREMT, is the Director of Clinical and Operational Research at ESO where she provides strategic direction for the research mission of the organization, including oversight of a warehouse research data set of de-identified records. ESO is a leading data and software company serving emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments, hospitals, state/provincial and national agencies.

Thank you Dr. Crowe for your selfless support of others and your extraordinary collaborative leadership.

2021 abstracts published

All 42 (yes, forty-two!) PCRF abstracts are now published and available at EMS World.

Abstracts

Did you miss it?
International Research Conference 2021: Global Developments in EMS Research

November 30, 2021 & December 1, 2021

Panels and invited speakers presented and discussed more than 40 original research projects spanning topics of worldwide interest including current diseases, ethics, technology, and cultural competence in paramedicine.

View the Conference Agenda

Abstracts

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International Scientific Symposium 2020 - Virtual

November 20, 2020

On November 20, 2020, we took the International Scientific Symposium virtual for the year, with a day dedicated to the current state of EMS research, and the best research submitted to the Prehospital Care Research Forum this year.

Details & On-Demand Recording

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