Enhancing the leadership and management competency of paramedics
Friday, June 25, 2010
Ambulance services around the world are facing significant management and leadership challenges associated with the rapid growth of call volumes; increasing adoption of sophisticated technology; a broadening scope of clinical practice; greater expectations of citizens, patients and system governors; and the ever increasing complexity of working in both the health and public safety environments. The sustainability of vibrant, healthy and high performing ambulance services depends on competent, experienced and well-educated leaders and managers.
Subscribe to get full access to the Journal of Paramedic Practice
Thank you for vising the Journal of Paramedic Practice and reading our archive of expert clinical content. If you would like to read more from the only journal dedicated to those working in emergency care, you can start your subscription today for just £48.
Reading the Journal of Paramedic Practice counts towards your professional development
Develop your career
We provide professional information dedicated to paramedics covering training, education and jobs
Get the latest clinical information to ensure you are aware of the latest think and best practice in paramedicne
Already registered? - Sign in here