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Renée MacPhee, Dr.

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ARCNAC ARC Network

Phone: 519-884-0710

Email: rmacphee@wlu.ca

Province: Ontario

Institution: Wilfrid Laurier University

Languages: English (fluent spoken), English (fluent written)

Member of:

ARCNAC ARC Network

Phone: 519-884-0710

Email: rmacphee@wlu.ca

Province: Ontario

Institution: Wilfrid Laurier University

Languages: English (fluent spoken), English (fluent written)

 

Dr. Renée S. MacPhee is an Associate Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University (Departments of Kinesiology & Physical Education and Health Sciences) in Waterloo, ON, Canada. She is a Founding Member of the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research & Treatment [CIPSRT]), a current member of the CIPSRT Academic, Research, Clinical Network Advisory Committee (ARCNAC), and has served as the research representative on the several Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Technical Committees, including the, “Paramedic Psychological Workplace Health & Safety (PPWHS) Standard” (Z1003.1). MacPhee’s areas of research expertise include physical and mental health and wellbeing among paramedics, and, the development and implementation of bona fide physical fitness testing for paramedics. Fundamental to her research is the integration of frontline paramedics into, and throughout, the research process. Her publication record includes peer-reviewed journals, technical reports, book chapters, paramedic specific professional journals, and more than 95 presentations to scientific, professional, and lay audiences.

Researcher

Phone: 519-884-0710

Sectors:

  • Paramedics

Regions:

  • Alberta
  • Ontario
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Northwest Territories
  • Nova Scotia
  • Nunavut
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Quebec
  • Saskatchewan
  • Yukon

Research Focus:

  • physical health & injury
  • mental health & wellbeing
  • bona fide occupational requirements

Current Projects:

  • Building Resilience through Integrated Knowledge Transfer in Police Organizations: A case study series.

Willing to be contacted for collaboration.

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