Jess gives some tips on coping and succeeding for budding Paramedics who are also parents.
Study Skills for Academic Success is an interactive and participative course designed to improve the academic skills and confidence of students new to, or preparing for, Higher Education. The course is eight weeks long and requires approximately three study hours per week. The course is run by The Centre for Achievement and Performance at The […]
A comprehensive listing of Bachelor, Master and Doctorate level degrees of interest to Paramedics around the world.
Ideas Regarding Developing, Submitting, Reviewing, and Publishing a Scientific Manuscript: An Editor’s Perspective
Michael L.J. Apuzzo editor of World Neurosurgery provides an editors perspective on journal publication.
Jamie describes a process of reflection for prehospital practitioners using the CRASHED method.
Complimentary PDF copy of the Spring 2014 issue of Resuscitation Today – a new UK journal edited by one of our contributing authors, David Halliwell.
The first rule of Journal Club is, you do talk about Journal Club. The second rule of Journal Club is, you DO talk about Journal Club. If someone says stop, falls asleep, taps out, Journal Club is over. Some basic rules, ideas and advice on setting up and running a successful journal club in your workplace.
This paper explores the links between professionalisation and education in the paramedic field. Paramedics are currently at best seen as a “semi-profession” and a great deal of discussion about whether the discipline actually wants to achieve full professional status exists.
Reflective practice is an important tool in practice-based professional learning settings where individuals learning from their own professional experiences, rather than from formal teaching or knowledge transfer. It is an important process in continuous professional competency and development.
Elsevier’s Early Career Resources site offers resources and education to new researchers on areas such as planning, ethics, writing and publishing, networking and more. The site includes free resources for researchers.
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