Fanshawe College paramedic students, alumni and faculty did it again in January with three more articles published in Canadian Paramedicine on patient safety and the role of the IHI Open School Chapter, ambulance crashes, and values in paramedic practice. Great work by Samantha Robb, Trevor Hines Duncliffe, Lisa Henderson, Paige Mason and Dugg Steary!
This week also saw another peer-reviewed publication published. The Canadian Paramedic Programs Use of Realistic Simulation in Education (PURSE) study was a Fanshawe student-led project conducted across Canada. It was headed by alumnus William Johnston, and has just been published in the Journal of the National Association of EMS Educators. PURSE was the first study of its kind to investigate the use of simulation by paramedic programs in Canada.