Kate is currently undertaking a PhD through Monash University, this project examines temporal patterns in ambulance demand.
- 2006: Graduate Diploma, Emergency Health, Monash University
- 2004: Graduate Certificate, Intensive Care Paramedicine, Victoria University
- 2002: Masters of Epidemiology, University of Melbourne
- 2000: Graduate Diploma, Science, University of Melbourne
- 1995: Bachelor of Agricultural Science, University of Melbourne
- Intranasal naloxone soon to become part of evolving clinical practice around opioid overdose prevention.
Dietze, P, Cantwell K
Addiction. 2016 Apr; 111(4):584-586
- Take-home naloxone programs and calls to emergency services.
Kirwan A, Curtis M, van Beek IA, Cantwell K, Dietze PM
Med J Aust. 2016 Mar; 204(4):143
- Temporal trends in falls cases seen by EMS in Melbourne: The effect of residence on time of day and day of week patterns
Cantwell K, Burgess S, Morgans A, Smith K, Livingston M, Dietze P
Injury. 2016 Jan; 47(1):266-271
- The association between systolic blood pressure on arrival at hospital and outcome in adults surviving from out-of-hospital cardiac arrests of presumed cardiac aetiology.
Bray JE, Bernard S, Cantwell K, Stephenson M, Smith K; VACAR Steering Committee.
Resuscitation. 2014 Apr; 85(4):509-515
- Improving the coding and classification of ambulance data through the application of International Classification of Disease 10th revision.
Cantwell K, Morgans A, Smith K, Livingston M, Dietze P
Aust Health Rev. 2014 Feb; 38(1):70-79
- Improvement in the prehospital recognition of tension pneumothorax: The effect of a change to paramedic guidelines and education.
Cantwell K, Burgess S, Patrick I, Niggemeyer L, Fitzgerald M, Cameron P, Jones C, Pascoe D
Injury. 2014 Jan; 45(1):71-76
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