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The 20th April 2009 was an important but disappointing day for the paramedic profession, important in that it was the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the College of Paramedics, disappointing that too few paramedic members turned up to make the meeting quorate. This meant that though the meeting continued, according to the regulations of the organization there were insufficient members to vote on the key decisions. Only 30 full members (around 1% of the College's paramedic membership) were required to attend the meeting but this figure was not achieved.

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