What are paramedics tweeting about?Paramedic Practice @Para_PracticeThe government is proposing to teach all children in England first aid—including #CPR and life-saving skills. This is positive news for #paramedics—bystander intervention can improve clinical outcomes for certain conditions.@BritishParamed1Who are they going to get in to teach it, or are the teachers going to be doing it?@scott_goudieThis is the same government that talked until an identical bill ran out of time to be heard in the commons a little while back? Now it's their idea eh?Jules Lockett @juleslockett06okay I'm supporting the amazing @Kharrison50Katy @Ldn_Ambulance supporting #YouthAmbassadors & talking about all things #MentalHealthVinny Romano @NWAmb_VinnySpent the day completing a contact shift with one of my SPTLs. Attended an RTC and went through some airway techniques. #leadershipJoel Phillips @joelparamedicEarlier this year, Bristol Live reported on shocking figures showing 99.7 per cent of assaults on ambulance staff in the South West did not result in prison for the offender. That's one person out of 300.Ryan Douglas @ryandouglas412Yes, you may use your phone, it does not interfere with our onboard equipment. We do, however, require seatbelts for takeoff, accept hand luggage only, have inflight oxygen available and can, at busy times like tonight, be subject to minor delays #FlySASKarl Williams @WmasKarlWThe more people we can get sharing this the better. It's important to know that any CPR is better than no CPR! We will never tell you off for doing it! I'm willing to answer and questions around this subject tonight so if you have questions please get in touch #LearnCPR.

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