Thesis Abstracts

Thesis abstracts are not peer-reviewed or indexed, but allow for honours and graduate students (Masters and Doctorate) to share their thesis abstracts with the wider paramedic community. Readers will be able to contact thesis authors if interested.

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Masters: The impact of an organised system of cardiac care on patient outcomes in the Emirate of Ras al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates. Abstract
Batt, Alan M
School of Medicine, Cardiff University
Defining Mentorship in Prehospital Care: A Qualitative Analysis of the Characteristics of Prehospital Mentors Abstract
Cameron, Cheryl
Educational Psychology, University of Alberta
Perceptions of mental illness by paramedics: a photo-elicitation study Abstract
Houston, Jessica Zoe
Department of Biomedical Science, Charles Sturt University
Masters: Using geo-spatial analysis for effective community paramedicine Abstract
Leyenaar, Matthew
Geography, McMaster University, ON, Canada
Masters: Clinical Reasoning by National Ambulance Service Paramedics and Advanced Paramedics in Ireland Focusing on Blood Glucometry Abstract
McRae, Andrew
Centre for EMS Studies, University College Dublin, Ireland
Defining the Future of MICAS - Identifying a Shared Vision for the Future of Adult Critical Care Retreival in Ireland Abstract
Menzies, David
Irish Management Institute, University COllege Cork
Masters: Customer Satisfaction in the Metropolitan Ambulance Service Abstract
Stewart, Scott
Business, Victoria University, Melbourne Australia
PhD: Australasian Paramedic Higher Education: a critical study of higher education qualifications that prepares students to be job capable and allowing for a smooth and adaptive transition into an ever evolving, rapidly changing prehospital care system. Abstract
Weber, Anthony
School Health, Medical and Applied Science, CQUniversity Australia