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  • Article English OPEN
    William Leggio; Abdulmajeed Mobrad; James R. Martin; Osama Samarkandi; Abdullah Mubarak; Nabeel Abdulqader; Mathew Strehlow;
    (2017)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Objective: To identify influences on learning for Saudi male students studying Emergency Medical Services at a college in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Previous research on influences on student learning in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia focused on the historical development of ed...
  • Article English OPEN
    Mark Dixon;
    (2017)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    The enclosed scientific abstracts represent final year research proposals of the 2017 graduates who have completed the BSc Hons in Paramedic Studies programme. Preface: Education for ambulance personnel has traditionally followed a vocational model, and despite a...
  • Article English OPEN
    Brian J Maguire; Peter O'Meara; Andy Newton;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Around the world the emergency medical services (EMS) profession has made tremendous strides over recent decades. We have become more professional, have a rapidly growing proportion of paramedics who are university qualified, our practice has become more evidence-based,...
  • Article English OPEN
    Alan M Batt; Lisa Henderson; Trevor Hines Duncliffe; Samantha Robb; Jenalyn Cundy Jones; Rayne Crosetta; Presley Smith; Dugg Steary;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction Every year, thousands of patients die and millions are harmed by medical care provision. Paramedics care for patients in dynamic, and challenging environments every day, which creates conditions that are ideal for mistakes to occur and for harm to be ca...
  • Article English OPEN
    Anthony Scott Devenish; Glenn McKay; David Nicholas Long; Peter David Horrocks; Michael Smith;
    (2019)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    This study investigates the experiences of undergraduate paramedic students completing interprofessional clinical placements in snow sport injury clinics. Qualitative methods were used to investigate the experiences of participants (n=6) undertaking  non-traditional amb...
  • Article English OPEN
    David Menzies; Anna Marie Murphy;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction The Mobile Intensive Care Ambulance Service (MICAS) was initiated in 1996 to assess, stabilise and transfer critically ill patients from a referring hospital to a receiving hospital to meet their clinical needs.  Critically ill patients are transfer...
  • Article English OPEN
    David Menzies; Anna Marie Murphy;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Background The reorganisation of hospital services in Ireland, the development of hospital groups, centralisation of specialties and reconfiguring of smaller hospitals necessitates inter hospital transfer of patients requiring specialist care to an appropriate hospi...
  • Article English OPEN
    David Menzies; Stephen O'Neill; Jim Leonard; Paul Butcher; Paul Creevy; Dave Irwin;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction & Aims Tension pneumothorax is a potentially fatal but reversible injury encountered in major trauma and traumatic cardiac arrest. Needle decompression has been the standard treatment approach pre hospital in Ireland and internationally. However, concer...
  • Article English OPEN
    Kelly Sheffield; Peter O'Meara; Glenda Verrinder;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    ABSTRACT Title: Decision-making processes when paramedics refer patients away from hospital: a scoping review. Background: Paramedic practice faces increasing service demand with decision-making and referral pathways needing to change.  Patients with low acuity ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Jonathan Daly;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction Following the relaunch in 2016 of mandatory Continuous Professional Competency (CPC) for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) by Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) Ireland, the aim of this research was to explore volunteer EMTs perceived attitud...
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