|MEDICAL STUDENT FIRST RESPONDER SCHEMES: MIXED METHODS STUDY (MSFR)
|University of Lincoln School of Health and Social Care small grant
|The overarching aim is to investigate the contribution of medical student first responder schemes to the experiences and perceptions of medical students.
|The objectives of this study are to:
|Mixed methods: database (cross-sectional) study, qualitative interviews, and data integration
|The study will describe the activities and impact of medical student first responder schemes.
Orsi A, Watson A, Wijegoonewardene N, Botan V, Lloyd D, Dunbar N, Asghar Z, Siriwardena AN (2022). Perceptions and experiences of Medical Student First Responders: a mixed methods study. BMC Medical Education 22:721.
Orsi A, Watson A, Botan V, et al PP25 Activities and experiences of medical student first responders: a mixed methods study. Emergency Medicine Journal 2022;39:e5.
|The study will help inform current and future medical student first responder schemes and will also link with our current NIHR study on community first responder (CFR) schemes in the UK.