A pressing issue: Finding a voice for the paramedic profession


Along with a majority of other paramedics working as part of one of the many UK ambulance trusts, this author spent a significant part of January feeling excessively grumpy and irate at the press—namely, certain pieces of unfair journalism that failed to account for both sides of an argument. But then, being a paramedic, the author is biased and it comes as no surprise that they would call it unfair.

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