West Midlands Ambulance Service is proud to be part of research. Since 2010, staff from across our organisation have been taking part in research, day and night, 365 days of the year with one goal; to help save more lives.
As a Trust we have contributed to research to help patients with stroke, cardiac arrest, trauma, and breathing difficulties, as well as high-volume service users and callers with low-acuity illness.
At the 2019 ‘999 EMS Research Forum’, hosted by West Midlands Ambulance Service, Research Paramedic Mark Dixon from our neighbouring East Midlands Ambulance Service explained how research has evolved and its importance within the ambulance sector.
For general information about research within the NHS, visit National Institute for Health Research.
For further information about Research at West Midlands Ambulance Service please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our switchboard via 01384 215555 and ask for the Clinical Research team.
Alternatively, you can find out more about the clinical research we undertake by following our staff on Twitter via @wmasjoshmiller (Research Paramedic – Josh Miller) and @wmasandyrosser (Head of Research – Andy Rosser).