Inaugural ESO Research Forum: July 17-19
11500 Alterra Parkway, Austin, TX
Announced at Wave 2018, the ESO Research Forum brings together clinical leaders, researchers and data analysts to accelerate EMS research and ultimately, improve community health through the power of data. During the three-day workshop, Forum participants will
- Refine research ideas to assure that the question/goal is clear
- Explore required data elements to determine viability and define the data query
- Discuss and resolve IRB issues with an on-site IRB member
- Begin their IRB application with consultative assistance
- Start development for the research abstract and framework
Begins Tuesday, July 17 at 2 p.m.
Ends Thursday, July 19 at noon
Held at the ESO office, 11500 Alterra Parkway, Austin, TX
Forum Leadership & Faculty
The ESO Research Forum is co-presented by the Prehospital Care Research Forum (PCRF) and ESO, a leading provider of software for EMS, fire departments and hospitals. Faculty members are
- David Page, MS, NRP is Director of the Prehospital Care Research Forum at the University of California, Los Angeles, a field paramedic with Allina Health
EMS in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn., and a member of the JEMS Editorial Board.
- David Wampler, PhD, LP is Associate Profession and Director of Prehospital Clinical Research at University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, and a widely published EMS researcher.
- Remle Crowe, PhD, EMT is an EMS Research Fellow at the National Registry of EMTs with recent research publications related to EMS patient safety, implementation of evidence-based guidelines, and workforce issues.
- Lawrence Brown, PhD, MPH&TM is Associate Professor of Surgery and Perioperative Care at the Dell Medical School, University of Texas Austin and the lead author of An Introduction to EMS Research.
- Henry Wang, MD, MS is Professor and Vice Chair for Research, Department of Emergency Medicine at University of Texas Health Science Center Houston, and a prolific and respected researcher with experience in airway management, cardiac arrest, and sepsis.
- Scott Bourn PhD, RN, FACHE has published over 200 articles, columns, and video learning modules, and has delivered lectures throughout North America. His research, writing, and lecture topics focus on defining, measuring, and improving patient outcomes and experience.
- Brent Myers, MD, MPH, FACEP, FAEMS is an internationally recognized expert in the area of Emergency Medical Services (EMS), particularly as it relates to systems of care, performance improvement, and population management. He is Chief Medical Officer for ESO.
Participating in the Forum
Registration for the Forum is now closed. If you are a participant with questions, please contact email@example.com.