Remembering Malcolm Woollard

It was with real sadness and regret that I learnt of the untimely death of Professor Malcolm Woollard last month. Sadness that a friend and mentor had died far too early, and regret that the projects we had been developing will now have to continue without his presence, insight and guidance. Malcolm's achievements are unparalleled in the context of the paramedic profession, and it is reasonable to argue that he has been one of the most influential people in the development of the paramedic workforce in recent years.

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