Research in Emergency Medical Transport
The AAMS Research Sub-Committee is always available to assist individual(s) in their research endeavors. Please contact Research Committee Staff Liaison, Natasha Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will put you in touch with the appropriate committee member based on your research topic.
The MedEvac Foundation International awards funds to support the development of research in air medical and critical care transport. The goals of the MedEvac Foundation Grant Program are:
- to promote research within the specialty of critical care transport
- to advance patient care standards in critical care transport
- to advance safety in critical care transport
- to advance the overall cost-benefit ratio of all aspects of air medical and critical care transport systems
- to facilitate the academic growth and development of future researchers in critical care transport
Visit the Foundation website for grant paperwork.
The Atlas & Database of Air Medical Services (ADAMS) includes descriptive & geographic information on air medical service providers, their communication centers, base helipads, RW aircraft and receiving hospitals. The need for such a data resource is driven by newly-emerging Automatic Crash Notification (ACN) technologies which are changing both the content and the manner in which motor vehicle crash emergency messages are routed. In addition, ADAMS has attracted interest from homeland security and disaster response agencies.
This site promotes the exchange of scientific information regarding all phases of the care of the trauma patient. This will include prevention activities, prehospital care, resuscitation, operative care, critical care, rehabilitation and trauma system design.
COMCARE is a non-profit national advocacy organization of over 100 members, all dedicated to advancing emergency communications. As an organization, our goal is to create an environment of borderless, geographically targeted information sharing to achieve the most advanced response to emergencies.
The world’s most comprehensive source of life sciences and biomedical bibliographic information, with nearly eleven million records.
Since 1976, NCSA has provided the data and the analysis to allow complete understanding of the nature, causes and injury outcomes of crashes and the strategies and interventions that will reduce crashes and their consequences.
PubMed is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine that includes over 16 million citations from MEDLINE and other life science journals for biomedical articles back to the 1950s. PubMed includes links to full text articles and other related resources.