The future of training and education

Since the advent of the paramedic profession, its means of educating and training its members has constantly evolved. The transition from predominantly first aid and transport-focused ambulance operations to more specialised services involving increased clinical decision-making has meant the way in which paramedics are trained has had to adapt to meet these accumulating demands. This increase in clinical capability has also led to the realisation that paramedics can, and do, make a fundamental contribution to unscheduled and urgent care.

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