Undergraduate paramedics' understanding of mental health insight placements

The return rate of 26% was small so cannot be said to be representative and this inevitably influences the reliability of the findings and means the findings cannot be generalised. The evaluation was...

Interdisciplinary work integrated learning: a pilot evaluation instrument

Paramedic and outdoor recreation students have similar imperatives to practise first response skills in austere environments. Undergraduate paramedic students—traditionally embedded in the health...

Changing undergraduate paramedic students' attitudes towards sustainability and climate change

A pre- and post-intervention study was designed to evaluate paramedic students' attitudes towards climate change and sustainability, and to assess changes in attitudes and knowledge following an...

Why evaluation is important to you, me and everybody

Evaluation is a statement which appraises or adds value to something (Simpson et al, 1986). Evaluation is regularly paired with assessment which encompasses benchmarking and ranking; however, there...

Acute stroke management: an online course

Between February 2006 and July 2009, 1446 emergency health professionals completed the RESPONSE course, 570 (39%) completed the course evaluation and these are the results that will now be presented..

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