Paul Jones

South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust and Programme Leader, Bournemouth University

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Equality of care: substance users, the emergency care perspective

‘…pay particular attention to groups or sections of society where improvements in health and life expectancy are not keeping pace with the rest of the population…’.

The art and science of mentorship in action

Paramedics acting as mentors have generally been providing constructive support and learning experiences which compare well with other healthcare professionals..

Simulation in prehospital care: teaching, testing and fidelity

There is compelling evidence to demonstrate the educational and contextual benefits of simulation in healthcare settings (Okuda, 2008; McGaghie, 2010). This is especially evident in the training of...

The revision of the primary survey: a 2011 review

‘It is the duty of the attendant to carefully watch the patient, and to note any change in his condition. Complaints of pain, changes to breathing or pulses, change in posture, or any particular...