Perceptions of establishing advanced life support for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

The aim of this study was to explore paramedics' experiences of establishing ALS in OHCA. It seeks to lift the ALS algorithm from the page and explore, without fear of judgement, paramedics' heuristic...

‘Just little tricks’: an exploration of treating children in pain

The aim of this study was to explore UK paramedics’ experience of treating paediatric patients in pain..

Paramedic decision-making–how is it done?

In 1966, the Millar Report (Ministry of Health) recommended intensive training for ambulance personnel that included frst aid, care of the seriously ill and the required skills following accidents and...

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