Stuart Rutland
Journal of Paramedic Practice, Vol. 4, Iss. 8, 06 Aug 2012, pp 488 - 489

Over the last decade programmes have been established throughout the country that have prepared paramedics for specialist practice in primary care. As the need for safe and appropriate out-of-hospital treatment and/or referral for low-acuity cases increases, it is inevitable that the paramedic profession will take responsibility for recommending the curriculum and standards.

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