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  • Article English OPEN
    Ruth M Townsend;
    (2017)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    • To act with professionalism is to act within a set of moral norms, principles and standards of conduct and competency • Problems arise when paramedics do not understand what it means to be a professional, and this is largely due to gaps in education. • Regulatio...
  • Article English OPEN
    Alan M Batt; Shane Knox;
    (2017)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    The National Prehospital Research Strategy was published in 2008, which aimed to gauge current levels of prehospital research activity in Ireland; ascertain the research strengths that exist in the Irish prehospital community; pinpoint the obstacles to high quality rese...
  • Article English OPEN
    Marc A Colbeck; Sonja Maria; Georgette Eaton; Craig B Campbell; Alan M Batt; Matthew R Caffey;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Background To guide their care paramedics routinely rely upon two assessment and treatment algorithms, known as the primary survey and the secondary survey.  No clear consensus of the concepts (assessments and interventions) that are, or should be, included in these ...
  • Article English OPEN
    John Glasheen; Luke Regan; Clare Richmond; Brydie Edwards; Brian Burns;
    (2017)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Patient care in the prehospital and retrieval medicine (PHARM) environment presents many technical and non-technical challenges. Clinicians are frequently required to perform complex interventions in a time critical and resource limited setting. Intensive training is re...
  • Article English OPEN
    Dhari Alrashed; Eoin Fogarty;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Packaging is an important part of transfer medicine. Appropriate packaging in a “layered” manner is widely accepted as a safer way to move patients who may have various cables or tubes attached. In our practise we use modified ventilator airway tubing, approximately...
  • Article English OPEN
    Karl Kendellen; Stephen O'Reilly;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    The Diploma in Immediate Medical Care awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is an internationally recognised award specifically aimed at the area of pre-hospital emergency medical care. The study syllabus is based on phase 1 of the UK Pre-Hospital Emerge...
  • Article English OPEN
    Matthew Leyenaar; Brent McLeod; Joyce Chan; Walter Tavares; Andrew Costa; Gina Agarwal;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction:  Community paramedicine (CP) establishes an ongoing patient relationship beyond short emergency care episodes. How care planning and case management have been adapted from the isolated incidents of traditional practice is unclear.  The objective of this st...
  • Article English OPEN
    David Hennelly;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    The National Ambulance Service (NAS) serves a population of almost 4.6 million people in the Republic of Ireland, the service responds to over 300,000 ambulance calls each year.  The NAS employs over 1,600 staff across 100 locations and has a fleet of approximately 500 ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Chris O'Connor;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Since the turn of the century, significant progressive changes have taken place in the provision of prehospital emergency care in Ireland.  Few would have dared to imagine the scale of advancement both in terms of education and scope of practice that has taken place sin...
  • Article English OPEN
    Matthew S Leyenaar; Walter Tavares; Gina Agarwal; Andrew P Costa;
    (2019)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction:  Home care clients represent a patient group that may be served through community paramedicine (CP) programs.  The Detection of Indicators and Vulnerabilities for Emergency Room Trips (DIVERT) scale was recently validated to identify levels of risk for use...
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