student paramedic

Flippin’ education: a new pedagogy for paramedic students?

More traditional methods of teaching teach the basics of a concept during classroom time and the student is expected to learn more deeply about the concept in self-directed study time. The basis of...

Changing undergraduate paramedic students' attitudes towards sustainability and climate change

A pre- and post-intervention study was designed to evaluate paramedic students' attitudes towards climate change and sustainability, and to assess changes in attitudes and knowledge following an...

Teaching to encourage deep learning in paramedic science students: a case study

Ramsden (2003) highlights that students will not automatically learn the skills required to critically analyse, to link ideas and to apply them to real-life situations. Education needs to be...

Prioritising the development of paramedic students' interpersonal skills

Ethics approval for this research was obtained from the UTAS Human Research Ethics Committee (No. H11576)..

A pre-hospital search and rescue training exercise for students

Participants in our exercise were all members of the University of Warwick Wilderness Medicine Society. They were all enrolled on the four-year graduate entry MBChB programme which leads to...

Student paramedics' perceptions of action learning: a mixed-method study

Action learning is not a new concept. The phrase was coined by Professor Reginald Revans in the 1950s when trying to understand some of the routine challenges facing coal mine workers. Reginald Revans...

A simulated wilderness exercise: the development of relational competence in paramedic students

The concept of work-readiness refers to the paramedic graduate's capacity to transfer their entry-level qualifications and job-specific competence to the workforce and to quickly adapt to normal work...

Student perceptions in relation to Paramedic Educator (PEd) roles

This study aimed to address a lack of published literature surrounding PEds' mentoring role within paramedic education. As findings from other healthcare professions were used when creating the PEd...

Master's of Research in Clinical Practice, Kingston and St George's, University of London

Having the time to explore clinical problems and pursue career development through research is a valuable opportunity not to be missed.

The transnational delivery of paramedic education: the Gibraltar case study

Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory with an independent government that is almost entirely autonomous in overseeing it's 30 000 population, despite having a status listed by the United Nations...

Registered paramedics in Gibraltar: the student perspective

‘For the first time in Gibraltar's healthcare history, four students successfully graduated from a Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) validated paramedic programme in Gibraltar’.

Publication of the new Paramedic Curriculum Guidance

‘The introduction of preceptorship… has changed the orientation and foundation process for newly registered practitioners into practice’.