Paramedic Chiefs of Canada Strategic Plan Update

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The Paramedic Chiefs of Canada Strategic Plan Update outlines key objectives focusing on advocacy, research, leadership, and networking. It emphasizes initiatives such as government relations strategy, mental health and wellness strategies, and research advancements in the field of paramedicine. The plan aims to drive collaboration, standardize outcome measures, and support paramedic-driven research to enhance the overall effectiveness of paramedic services in Canada.

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  1. Paramedic Chiefs of Canada Strategic Plan Update

  2. Aligning Vision with Strategy

  3. Our Aspiration

  4. Four Key Objectives 1. Advocacy Randy Mellow, Lead 2. Research Jan Jensen, Lead 3. Leadership Mike Adair, Lead 4. Networking and Information Sharing Gerry Schriemer, Lead

  5. Advocacy Government relations strategy and position papers Violence in paramedicine Mental health and wellness strategy Strategic Engagement

  6. Advocacy - Deliverables 1. Develop strategy for the creation of Federal Secretariat of Paramedicine 2. Complete an environmental scan to inform engagement with government tiers 3. Develop strategy to engage government in a response to HESA-129 (Violence to Paramedics) 4. Advocate for a national research project focused on leadership mental health. Quantify mental health injuries in leadership.

  7. Research Through the actions of a PCC research committee, the PCC aims to: Foster an environment to advance paramedic driven research Support the establishment of an updated defined research agenda Drive and support the completion of targeted research projects linked to aspects of PCC Visioning document, the updated Research Agenda and priority topic areas for PCC and its membership Develop and support paramedic and paramedic leadership mental health and wellness research Advance the establishment of standardized outcome measures for paramedicine in Canada

  8. Research - Deliverables Actions: 1. Recruit paramedic researchers to be part of the PCC through the re-establishment of the PCC Research Committee. 2. Through survey of PCC membership, foster the completion of research and evidence reviews through various activities including but not limited to: 1. Funding or supporting studies and evidence reviews in line with the Guiding Principles document and the updated Research Agenda 2. Providing letters of support for grants 3. Creating knowledge translation opportunities. 3. Maintain, develop relationship with partner research agencies including but not limited to DRDC, CIPSRT, CSA and other groups working to advance Canadian paramedic research and the use of research to drive standards 4. Scope out work to standardize key measures

  9. Leadership Build a national network of health care provincial organizations, provincial regulators, and public safety systems. Build and international network and awareness of international standards Support provinces in achieving self-regulation Support development of emerging leaders in the profession

  10. Leadership - Deliverables Actions: 1. Identify target audience and stakeholders by Province and Territories. Connect with them and ascertain interest in being part of a national network Re-establish connection with Global Paramedic Leadership Alliance (UK,AUS,USA,CDN) / Foster existing partnership Make all Provincial and Territorial Paramedic Acts/Legislation/Regulation available on the PCC website (virtual library) 4. Re-establish leadership development committee and Mentorship program 2. 3.

  11. Networking and Information Sharing Host an annual Summit Host virtual community forums Develop a virtual resource library

  12. Networking and Information Sharing Actions: 1. Re-strategize - coordinate with potential partners to review the Annual Leadership Summit 2. Develop a community forum on current and on-going topics and create an information sharing platform 3. Virtual library - categories relevant to the resource library

  13. Call to Action We now need the help of PCC members and partners like you to participate and lend your expertise by participating in committees and working groups to be successful.

  14. Standing Committees Required Finance Governance Advocacy Research Leadership Networking and Information Sharing

  15. Thank you Please send indicated your area of interest and send to

  16. Thank you for your support! What do you want or need from PCC to be an active partner in advancing paramedicine in Canada?


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