Judah Goldstein, PhD
2015 Implementation Grant — Frailty Assessment of Older Canadians Using Emergency Services with Tablet Technology (FRA 2015-B-09)
Dr. Goldstein is a Research Coordinator for Emergency Health Services Nova Scotia, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of EMS, and a Primary Care Paramedic. He obtained his BSc in Biology from Acadia University, Primary Care Paramedic Diploma from Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre in Halifax, and MSc in Biology from Mount Allison University in New Brunswick. Most recently, Dr. Goldstein completed his PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies from Dalhousie University. His research interests and goals include bridging the gap between primary and acute care for geriatric populations in the healthcare system, and frailty and geriatric assessment by EMS system paramedics.