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State of the Evidence Reviews
TypePublicationYearStatusURLpdf file
AbstractNew research evidence on adult traumatic cardiac arrest management by EMS:An Analysis of Appraised Research from the Prehospital Evidence-based Practice (PEP) Program2020Unpublished
AbstractThe State of the Evidence for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Care of Prehospital Severe Traumatic Brian Injury: an Analysis of Appraised Research from the Prehospital Evidence-based Practice Program.2020Unpublished
AbstractState of the Evidence for Prehospital use of Point-of-Care Lactate in Patients with Sepsis: A report from the Prehospital Evidence Based Practice (PEP) Program2019Published View
AbstractThe State of the Evidence for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Care of Prehospital Hypoglycemia: An Analysis of Appraised Research from the Prehospital Evidence-based Practice Program.2019Published View
AbstractThe State of the Evidence for Emergency Medical Services Care of Adult Patients with Sepsis: An Analysis of Appraised Research from the Prehospital Evidence-Based Practice (PEP) Program2019Published View
AbstractState of the Evidence for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Provision of Palliative Care: An Analysis of Appraised Research from the Canadian Prehospital Evidence-based Practice (PEP) Project2016Published Link View
AbstractThe State of the Evidence for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Care of Blunt Spinal Trauma. An Analysis of Appraised Research from the Canadian Prehospital Evidence-based Practice (PEP) Project2016Published View
AbstractState of the Evidence for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Care of Respiratory Distress: An Analysis of Appraised Research from the Canadian Prehospital Evidence-based Practice (PEP) Project2015Published View