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Dr. Allan is a PhD, mixed methods researcher at St. Michael's Hospital, specializing in arrhythmia and resuscitation research. She has a strong interest in sudden cardiac arrest advocacy and is Chair and co-founder of CARE, a grassroots organization in

Andrea Alter is a primary care Paramedic at Urgences-santé since 2017. Prior to obtaining her DEC in Pre-hospital Emergency Care (John Abbott College, 2017), she completed her PhD in Experimental Medicine at McGill University (2010). Her research was

Jennifer Bolster is an Advanced Care Paramedic who is Director of Clinical Services with Ambulance Tasmania. She is a former Paramedic Practice Leader with BCEHS. She practiced as a paramedic in BC for 8 years, and before that she worked as a

Marc is an advanced care paramedic working on ground ambulance in the Calgary Zone for Alberta Health Services Emergency Medical Services. He is also a part-time instructor in the ACP and PCP programs at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.

David currently works as the Manager for Strategic Clinical Operations with the BCEHS Clinical Hub team, focusing on developing alternate destinations and resources for low acuity patients across British Columbia. He has worked across B.C.

Cheryl Cameron is an Advanced Care Paramedic and the Director of Operations for a national not-for-profit organization, Canadian Virtual Hospice.

Dr Alix Carter is the Research Director at London Health Science Centre/Western University Emergency Medicine and the Southwestern Ontario Regional Base Hospital Program.  She has recently relocated to southern Ontario to raise her two beautiful daughters

At various times Matthew has worked as an emergency telecommunicator and acting superintendent with Niagara EMS, a restaurant owner, a member of the armed forces, and a researcher. He is currently expecting to complete a Masters of Nursing by December

Fred joined Physio-Control, now part of Stryker, in 1993. As Director of Research, he leads a group that focuses on the science and technology of emergency care. Fred's research interests include resuscitation from cardiac arrest, transthoracic

Tim works as an advance care paramedic for Alberta Health Services where he works as a paramedic researcher where he divides his time working as a community paramedic on the mobile integrated health city centre team, with EMS Science and Research projects

Dr. Santokh Dhillon, an Associate Professor in the Division of Cardiology at Dalhousie University's Department of Pediatrics, specializes in pediatric cardiology with a focus on congenital heart disease and inherited arrhythmias.

Alexandra Donnelly is a Primary Care Paramedic working in Calgary, Alberta. Prior to becoming a paramedic, she completed a B.Sc. in Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology and a Master's of Biomedical Technology, both from the University of Calgary.

Dr. Ford-Jones is a Professor in Allied Health at Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning in Toronto, and an Adjunct Professor in the Paramedicine Collaborative at DFCM, University of Toronto. Her program of research explores emergency

Dr. Evan Formosa is a resident physician specializing in emergency medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. Evan has a keen interest in the dynamic field of emergency healthcare and is particularly interested prehospital and transport medicine.

Karla began her career as a land paramedic in Nova Scotia and moved to Ontario to follow her dream of becoming a flight paramedic. She worked in the Ontario system as a Critical Care Flight Paramedic for more than 20 years as a clinician and educator.

Daniel is a third-year medical student at St. George's University. Prior to studying medicine, he practiced for 4 years in Ontario as a paramedic at the BLS and ALS levels.

Dr. Judah Goldstein is the Research Coordinator for Emergency Health Services, Nova Scotia. Dr. Goldstein is a Primary Care Paramedic and has worked in the EHS ground ambulance system since 2000.

Jen is an Advanced Care Paramedic in Nova Scotia. She works ground ambulance and for the Dalhousie University Division of EMS as their Knowledge Translation Coordinator. In this role, Jen manages the Prehospital Evidence Based Practice Program.

Scott Haig is the Research Logistics Manager for BC RESURECT and has been a Primary Care Paramedic with BC Emergency Health Services for 9 years. His professional interests are focused on paramedic research, prehospital medicine, and project management.

Nura Khattab's journey into medicine commenced with her profound passion for prehospital care, nurtured during her years as a medic with St. John Ambulance. Currently in her second year as a medical student at the University of Toronto, her hands-on

Daniel is a Medical Doctor completing his Emergency Medicine training at the University of British Columbia. He previously completed a PhD in Clinical Epidemiology focussing on prehospital identification and management of sepsis. He worked three years

Jonathan Lee is a Critical Care Paramedic who is a member of the Special Operations Team at Ornge in Toronto, Canada.  His clinical experience includes 911, critical care, aeromedical and paediatric critical care transport.

Sébastien Légaré began his career as an ambulance technician in 1991, in the Montérégie region. Since then, he has been passionate about scientific literature and has greatly participated in the development of Quebec's pre-hospital emergency services.

Dr. Lin is the Interim Chief of the Department of Emergency Medicine St. Michael's Hospital, Unity Health Toronto. He is an Associate Professor and Clinician-Scientist in the Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine at the University of

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