Pierre Poirier, Leader
Paramedic Community of Practice
2014 September 17-18
Ottawa, Ontario
1
Technology. The application of new
technologies. Establishing the
application (policy and protocol) in
relation to the Standards
Framework.
2
Infection Control: Standards for
disinfection. Standards for PPE for
first responders. How do we protect
our patients and paramedics?
3
Paramedic mental health:
Increasing resilience and providing
appropriate mental health services.
4
Economics of paramedicine:
Sustainability and the performance
metrics related to levels of service, and
community safety and well being.
5
Physical Demands Analyses.
Workplace analyses including the
ergonomics of the newest no-lift
stretchers (independent evaluation).
Test and Evaluation.
6
Specialty Services. Standards development
related to Tactical, Marine, Bike, CBRNE, USAR,
community paramedicine and others. What
services are provided to what competency and
integrated to others complementary service
providers.
Education. Developing standards
related to how paramedics are taught
and how they maintain competency?
How does the profession create
leaders?
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Rapid
Secure but Alert and
Implementable Protected and Technology
Resilient
Open
Resilient
Policy and
Connected
Assessment Infrastructure
Borders Communities
Strategy (1) Practitioners (2) and Insertion
(4)
(5)
(6)
(3)
rank area of research
1 Technology/Standards development
2 Infection Control
3 Mental Health/psychological resilience
4 Economics/Performance Metrics
5 Physical Demands Analyses/workplace
6 Specialty Services/community paramedicine
7 Education
CSSP
1.3.
2.4.
2.6.
1.
1.2.3.
1.2.5.6.
1.2.
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