Siriwardena, AN and Donohoe, R and Stephenson, J and Phillips, P (2010) Supporting research and development in ambulance services: research for better healthcare in prehospital settings. Emergency Medicine Journal, 27 . pp. 324-326. ISSN 1472-0205
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|Divisions:||College of Social Science > School of Health & Social Care|
|Abstract:||Background This paper discusses recent developments in research support for ambulance trusts in England and Wales and how this could be designed to lead to better implementation, collaboration in and initiation of high-quality research to support a truly evidence-based service. Method The National Ambulance Research Steering Group was set up in 2007 to establish the strategic direction for involvement of regional ambulance services in developing relevant and well-designed research for improving the quality of services to patients. Results Ambulance services have been working together and with academic partners to implement research and to participate, collaborate and lead the design of research that is relevant for patients and ambulance services. Conclusion New structures to support the strategic development of ambulance and prehospital research will help address gaps in the evidence for health interventions and service delivery in prehospital and ambulance care and ensure that ambulance services can increase their capacity and capability for high-quality research.|
|Date Deposited:||27 Apr 2010 08:27|
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