A confidence-building resource for paediatric care

Caitlin Wilson
Monday, July 2, 2018

Three Key TakeawaysParamedics experience anxiety and discomfort when dealing with the paediatric patient—this book can act as a security blanket as it has more than enough information to build a paramedic's confidence in this areaThe intended audience for this book are clearly emergency department doctors; therefore, some of the explanations go far beyond what a paramedic needs to knowThis book provides an immense amount of background knowledge on paediatric conditions and could serve to increase awareness of what assessments may be conducted in hospital

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