Peer-reviewed Abstracts

Valenzuela, B.E., Donnelly, E. A., Charron, C. M. & Oehme, K. (in press) EMS and Human Trafficking: Assessing the Impact of Training, Prehospital Emergency Care

Donnelly, E. A., MacPhee, R., Fischer, S., & Barris, D.* (2019). Alcohol use, Substance use, and mental health in paramedicine. Prehospital Emergency Care, 23(1), 131.

Donnelly, E. A., MacPhee, R., & Fischer, S. (2019) Do mental health concerns contribute to paramedics leaving the profession? Prehospital Emergency Care, 23(1), 108.

Donnelly, E. A., Bradford, P., Hedges, C., Davis, M., Socha, D., & Morassutti, P. (2018). A novel measure to capture transactional stress in Paramedic Services. Prehospital Emergency Care, 22(1),148.

Donnelly, E. A., Bradford, P., Hedges, C., Davis, M., Socha, D., & Morassutti, P. (2018). Understanding how transactional stress relates to safety outcomes. Prehospital Emergency Care, 22(1), 134.

Donnelly, E. A., Bradford, P., Hedges, C., Davis, M., Socha, D., & Morassutti, P. (2017). Fatigue, shiftwork, and safety outcomes in Canadian paramedics. Prehospital Emergency Care, 21(1), 119.

Donnelly, E. A., Bradford, P., Hedges, C., Davis, M., Socha, D., & Morassutti, P. (2017). What influences safety in EMS? Investigating stress, fatigue, and safety outcomes. Prehospital Emergency Care, 21(1), 99.

Donnelly, E. A., Bradford, P., Hedges, C., Davis, M., Socha, D., & Winter, E. (2016). Stress and safety in EMS: How work-related stresses and fatigue relate to safety outcomes. Prehospital Emergency Care, 20(1), 159.

Bradford, P., Donnelly, E. A., Lewell, M., Morassutti, P., Hedges, C., & Mellow, R. (2013). Sources of support for paramedics managing work-related stress in a Canadian EMS service responding to multisystem trauma patients. Canadian Journal of Surgery, 56(Suppl. 2), S6

Donnelly, E. A. (2013). Alcohol use and misuse in the Emergency Medical Services. Prehospital Emergency Care, 17(1), 125.

Donnelly, E. A., Bradford, P., Mellow, R., Hedges, C., & Morassutti, P. (2013). Relative influence of different stresses on PTSD in a Canadian EMS service. Prehospital Emergency Care, 17(1), 132.

Donnelly, E. A., Bradford, P., & Rodriguez, S. (2013). Comparing work-related stress and stress reactions in American and Canadian EMS personnel. Prehospital Emergency Care, 17(1), 125.

Donnelly, E. A., & Chonody, J. (2012). Assessing chronic stress in the emergency medical services. Academic Emergency Medicine, 19(Suppl. 1), S390.

Donnelly, E. A. (2011). Investigating the influence of occupational stress exposure on the development of posttraumatic stress symptomatology in EMS personnel. Prehospital Emergency Care, 15(1), 126.

Donnelly, E. A. (2009). The Emergency Medical Services Role Identity Scale (EMS-RIS): A validation study. Prehospital Emergency Care, 13(1), 139-140.