Research Knowledge Translation Grant
Supporting the Sharing of Knowledge
The Knowledge Translation Bursary is awarded to help with costs associated with presenting original research at research session and conferences. The applicant must be either the primary investigator or co-investigator, and the presentation may be oral or via poster.
The bursary is worth up to $3,000. A maximum of $6,000 can be awarded annually (two bursaries of $3,000 each or three bursaries of $2,000 each).
Application deadline: There are two application deadlines per year (March 31st & September 30)
Relevant documents to download:
Division of EMS Research Knowledge Translation Bursary
Division of EMS Research Knowledge Translation Bursary Application Form
Past Recipients of the Research Knowledge Translation Bursary:
|Rebecca Butler||May 2022||A chart review to assess the use of opioid and non-opioid analgesia during emergency medical services (EMS) interfacility transfers (IFTs). CAEP 2022 Quebec City, QC|
|Marissa Hurtubise||January 2020||D50 versus D10 or Dextrose Titration for the Treatment of Out-Of-Hospital Hypoglycemia: A protocol for a PEP systematic review. NAEMSP, January 2020|
|Jennifer Greene||January 2019||Prehospital Oxygen Administration to Suspected Acute Myocardial Infarction Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. & Prehospital Opioid Administration to Acute Myocardial Infarction Patients: A Systematic Review. NAEMSP 2019, Austin, TX|
|Mengu Li||January 2019||Determining Ambulance Destinations in the Presence of Offload Delay Using a Markov Decision Process. NAEMSP 2019, Austin, TX|
|Joanna Lockhart||January 2019||Helping Those Help Us: Personality, Stress, Coping and Support in Canadian Paramedics. NAEMSP 2019, Austin, TX|
|Lyon Kengis||January 2019||Evaluating Paramedic Comfort, Confidence, and Cultural Competency in Providing Care to Trans Populations in a Provincial Ambulance System. NAEMSP 2019, Austin, TX|
|Jennifer Greene||April 2018||The prevalance of mortality due to rebound toxicity after "treat and release" practices in prehospital opiate overdose care: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
2018 National Student Conference of the CSEB
Thunder Bay, Ontario
|Jennifer Greene||March 2018||The prevalance of mortality due to rebound toxicity after "treat and release" practices in prehospital opiate overdose care: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
16th Annual Crossroads Interdisciplinary Health Research Conference
|Brianne Robinson||January 2018||Paramedics providing palliative care at home: Management of pain and breathlessness.
San Diego, CA
|Stewart Whalen||June 2017||Paramedic's perception of working in Nova Scotia's collaborative emergency centres.
|Madeleine Bohrer||January 2017||Pediatric palliative care in Nova Scotia: Use of an out of hospital special patient program administered by paramedics.
New Orleans, LA