Brent McLeod is a Paramedic Superintendent that is responsible for the Research and Community Paramedicine portfolio at Hamilton Paramedic Service including the CHAP EMS research trial. He is a developing scientist in the areas of community paramedicine, health promotion, public health, knowledge translation and health systems.
For the past year, Mr. McLeod has been a Co-Investigator on the CHAP EMS pilot study. He has been contributing to the development of the research methodology, developing training modules for the paramedics and supervising the paramedics who administer the CHAP-EMS to the participants. Before coming to Hamilton Paramedic Service, Brent held a position at Rescu Prehospital Research Program where he played an important role in launching a number of clinical trials throughout the GTA. He was also a Clinical Instructor for Humber College and a member of the Education Faculty at Sunnybrook Centre for Prehospital Medicine. In addition, Brent holds a double Master’s degree in Public Health and Health Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.