Paramedic mental health is an emergency

As Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 is drawing to a close, the editor of JPP, Aysha Mendes, discusses the need to make the mental health of paramedics and other health professionals and leaders a particular priority during the COVID-19 pandemic

From story to reality

As emergency measures ramp up in response to the rising numbers of COVID-19, Jolyon Price reflects on how much has changed and on his own role in the evolving crisis

Nearly qualified but learning is for life

In her final column as a student paramedic, third year Ellie Daubney shares how COVID-19 is affecting her final year of her paramedic science degree and her plans to fill in any gaps in experience before embarking on her official career as a newly qualified paramedic

Theory into practice

After having experienced his first placement and completed his first OSCE over the span of only a few months, Samuel Parry reflects on the value of his first year so far and how it is helping him to weave theory into practice in a way that is unique to student life

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