Jo Mildenhall
Journal of Paramedic Practice, Vol. 11, Iss. 1, 11 Jan 2019, pp 6 - 7

It is estimated that the average member of the public within the UK will experience one or maybe two traumatic situations in a lifetime - whether that be through witnessing or being involved in an accident, natural disaster, collision, medical episode or traumatic event. Those working in frontline emergency ambulance services however are exposed to distressing and traumatic events on a much more frequent basis (Halpern et al, 2012).

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