Ambulance services

The paramedic profession: disruptive innovation and barriers to further progress

In the UK, paramedics emerged from ambulance staff in the mid-1970s (Baskett et al, 1976; Briggs et al, 1976). They were trained to provide advanced resuscitation using invasive techniques that were...

Using ambulance service PCRs to understand 999 call-outs to older people with dementia

We aimed to understand the use of emergency ambulance services by older people with dementia in two English counties..

Exploring the role that autonomy plays in achieving a good death: a case study

‘You matter because you are you, and you matter to the end of your life’ .

Why choose the Journal of Paramedic Practice?

The Journal of Paramedic Practice supports paramedics by sharing expertise and advice to help you build confidence, grow professionally and improve care.

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