Practice, research, publish, practice…
Sunday, December 2, 2018
I had an interesting conversation the other day with a former nurse who claimed that my work, publishing research and clinical articles for providers of health care, affects theoretical professional knowledge—but doesn't have an impact on real people. Of course a person's knowledge is going to affect the way they provide care to a person; but besides that, in today's era of evidence-based practice, we are all working together in a cycle to not only advance the profession of paramedics and other prehospital care providers, but to improve the standard of care being delivered to patients.
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