Student paramedic conference helps advance cardiac care
Sunday, November 2, 2014
Post script—Paul VigarThe Canterbury Christ Church Student Paramedic Society was set up to promote the role of the student paramedic and to provide continuing professional development opportunities for all health and social care students, with a focus on working out of hospital.I understand that this was only the second student paramedic society to be set up in the UK and I am extremely proud of the work they have done. A number of interesting events have been organised since the society was founded, culminating in this ambitious conference. The quality of the speakers and the number of delegates that attended the Advanced Cardiac Care Conference in September speak for themselves; this was a professional, well-evaluated event and I hope that the society will continue their hard work in providing such experiences for students and registered health care professionals alike.
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