Georgette Eaton
Journal of Paramedic Practice, Vol. 9, Iss. 5, 05 May 2017, pp 190 - 191

Within paramedic unscheduled
care, there has become
a fixation on delivering
urgent care provision to the patient.
Whilst this has its roots in one very
familiar Bradley Report (Department of
Health 2006), the well quoted Keogh
Report also sets out that ambulance
services should develop into 'mobile
urgent treatment services capable of
dealing with more people at scene,
and avoiding unnecessary journeys
to hospital' (NHS England 2013: 8).

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