Trauma Care questions current practice, engages in debate and looks to the future

ConclusionsThe take home point of the day appeared to be that paramedics are part of a patient-focused service, and that we must continue to educate and develop, question existing practice, and embrace an evidence-based culture for all to fully maximise patient care now and in the future. The profession is advancing rapidly, led by the College of Paramedics, and positive engagement with all key stakeholders will ensure a bright future. The collar is history, immobilisation is not required for all, and support needs to be available for both mental and physical health among the profession.Should you be interested in finding out more, you can search #traumacare2015 on Twitter or visit the Trauma Care UK website, where DVDs of the conference will be available in the near future:

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