Adrian Johnston
Journal of Paramedic Practice, Vol. 3, Iss. 3, 04 Mar 2011, pp 113

A year ago, I remarked how amazing it seemed that prior to 2008 and the Journal of Paramedic Practice (JPP) launch, there was no monthly journal championing paramedic best practice. Twelve months later, I am confident the JPP is serving this role well and improving-through providing an even greater breadth of articles which are subjected to more rigorous peer review prior to publication.
Developing JPP has been an extremely rewarding experience. The initial impetus for the title came from the leading lights of the British Paramedic Association, whose efforts are now being carried forward by the Royal College whose Council and members provide tremendous ongoing support. 2011 will see a number of new developments, particularly aimed at helping you fulfil your CPD requirements.

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