Emergency Medicine Research Group
Emergency Medicine (EM) is recognised worldwide as a medical speciality that provides a variety of urgent treatment and care interventions to patients. Having established various colleges and fellowships, research projects, and education frameworks, EM has expanded practice in settings in-and out-of-hospital.
ARU delivers a wide curriculum and programs that educates healthcare professionals (i.e. Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, and Physician Associates) to provide high quality emergency care. Committed clinicians and educators at ARU have come together to establish an EM network to contribute to the professions and community. This group seeks to guide research and education activities as well as being a point of contact for individuals and organisations with similar interests.
We appreciate the global diversity of EM and hope to network, discuss, and debate a broad range of topics in this field.
The best Emergency Medicine through research and education.
- To promote global inter-professional Emergency Medicine research and education
- To contribute and facilitate inter-professional collaboration and networking
- To establish and conduct research activities within the university and partner organisations
- To develop an active scholarly culture by the consolidation and dissemination of projects
You can sponsor the Emergency Medicine Research Group through the ARU crowdfunding platform.
Dr Enrico Dippenaar
Phone: +44 (0) 1245 684642
- East of England Ambulance Service Trust
- Essex Police and Fire Services
- East of England HEI Collaboration
- ARU Clinical Trials Unit
- University of Cape Town Division of Emergency Medicine
- College of Paramedics
- Royal College of Emergency Medicine
- Blue light emergency services wellbeing feasibility study
- Defining the national standard of paramedic training: a comparative study
- The prevalence of neuromyths in higher education teaching practice and the origins of cognitive bias
- Point of Care ultrasound
- Wheeler, B., Dippenaar, E. 2020. The use of simulation as a teaching modality for paramedic education: a scoping review. British Paramedic Journal. Article Accepted for Publication.
- Wheeler, B., Dippenaar, E. 2020. Physiological and psychological components of paramedic wellbeing. Research, International Paramedic Practice. Jun; 10(2): pp. 33-40.
- Reynolds, L., Dippenaar, E. (2020). EMS Around the World: A Growing Career in the U.K. Article, EMS World. May; 49(5): pp. 10-11.
- Dippenaar, E. 2020. Triage system performance: consistency and accuracy in the emergency centre. Clinical practice, Journal of Paramedic Practice. Mar; 12(3): pp. 94-99.
- Dippenaar, E. 2019. Triage systems around the world: a historical evolution. Clinical Practice, International Paramedic Practice. Sept; 9(3): pp. 61-66.
- Sevillano-Barbero, M., Ruddy, C. 2019. The use of Penthrox (methoxyflurane) in trauma patients. Pharmacology, Journal of Prescribing Practice. Sept; 1(9). pp. 454-457.
- Raphael, R., Dippenaar, E. 2019. An out-of-hospital perspective on hyperventilation syndrome. Clinical practice, International Paramedic Practice. Jun; 9(2): pp. 41-46.
- Grant, A., Dady, S. 2019. How Does the Response and Management of Terrorist Attacks by Emergency Medical Services in the UK Compare to Europe and the USA? Literature review, Journal of High Threat and Austere Medicine. Jun; 1(1): pp. 1-18.
- Dippenaar, E. 2019. Paramedicine for our communities. Editorial, International Paramedic Practice. Mar; 9(1): p. 2.