A look at discussions on JPP's social media

Sunday, September 2, 2018

What are paramedics tweeting about?Paramedic Practice @Para_PracticeIt seems every week there's another story about abusive notes left on #ambulances. While this is clearly unacceptable, do you think more attention should be paid to physical or verbal #abuse?@TommyA83I'm not really sure what in this note constitutes ‘abuse’? Perhaps engage with the person directly rather than sensationalise it on here!@dkcblainShould this be considered under the malicious communications act?Katie Tudor @wmaskatietudorWhen control call you and say “I need you to make your way to this location ASAP, we have a patient giving birth in her car” On our arrival, baby had been born and we had the pleasure of wishing her Happy Birthday!! Mum and baby both doing well #bestjobintheworldJon Price @NWAmb_JonGreat to hear a Cardiac Arrest Survivor was able to meet the staff who saved her life and thank them in person with her family! #thisiswhywedowhatwedoEd Hill @EdHill0What a night, but very proud to be a part of the SC. Even if I did miss my own briefing because I had one in cuffs! Goes to prove how adaptable the SC are, proactive policing, managing demand and reassuring the public. Proud!London Ambulance @Ldn_AmbulanceWe've teamed up with taxi drivers to train cabbies to help save the lives of cardiac arrest patients in the capital.Joel Phillips @joelparamedicFirst qualitative interview conducted for my primary research, with more booked in. It's all slowly coming together. The final paper on ‘Paramedic views of NHS 111’ should be an interesting read! #nhs111 #paramedic #PHEM #paramedicResearch

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