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  • Article English OPEN
    Trevor Hines Duncliffe; Brittany D'Angelo; Michael Brock; Cal Fraser; Nick Austin; Jake Lamarra; Matt Pusateri; Lauran Livingston; Alan M Batt;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Background Previous research has demonstrated that stress has a negative impact on the performance of paramedics while performing medical related tasks. Acute stress has also been shown to negatively impact the driving abilities of the general population increasing ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Richard Pilbery; M. Dawn Teare;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Study aim This study aims to determine the impact of the red arrest teams (RATs) on survival to 30 days and return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) at hospital. MethodsA retrospective cohort study analysing routinely collected data was undertaken. All adult (≥18 ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Eamonn Byrne; Sasha Selby; Paul Gallen; Alan Watts;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction Every patient has the right to refuse treatment and, or transport (RTT) to hospital (1). The National Ambulance Service (NAS) has operated under a clinical guidance document that requires an assessment of patient capacity and a baseline amount of data t...
  • Article English OPEN
    Ray Quinn; David Menzies; Angela Sheridan; Mark O'Byrne; Mark O'Neill; Phil Darcy; Danny Dowdall;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction Pre hospital trauma care is often delivered by dual crewed ambulances supported by additional resources as necessary and available. Coordinating resuscitation of a critically injured patient may require multiple simultaneous actions. Equally, a large nu...
  • Article English OPEN
    Cheryl Cameron;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction This study sought to begin to define the current understanding of the term mentor within the prehospital environment (emergency medical services or EMS) as described by nomination letters written by mentees for a newly launched prehospital mentor award....
  • Article English OPEN
    Ian Brennan; Dermot Doherty; Anne McCabe;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Introduction The need for continuing professional development is well recognized and is supported by professional bodies in all healthcare disciplines. It can be difficult to access CPD for those who work shift. Aims To create a multidisciplinary learning e...
  • Article English OPEN
    Alan M Batt; Niamh M Cummins;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Background The impact of social media and online learning in health professions education has previously shown generally positive results in medical, nursing and pharmacy students. To date there has not been any extensive research into social media and online learni...
  • Article English OPEN
    Chris O'Connor; Joe O'Hara;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Background This paper examines the level of engagement of Irish pre-hospital emergency care practitioners with reflection and reflective practice.  It also explores the attitudes of practitioners to reflection and to methodologies designed to support reflective prac...
  • Contribution for newspaper or weekly magazine, Article English OPEN
    Damien Gaumont; Claire Armstrong; Gordon Armstrong;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Background The unpredictability of the nature of the next call is a basic feature of Emergency Services; the call could vary from a trauma victim, to a hypothermic patient or a prehospital birth. All patients (other than those who are pyrexic) have in common the nee...
  • Article English OPEN
    Alberto Pagano; Kate Robinson; Chris Ricketts; Jenalyn Cundy-Jones; Lisa Henderson; Wes Cartwright; Alan M Batt;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Irish College of Paramedics
    Background Empathy in healthcare delivery is an essential component to providing high-quality patient care. Empathy in paramedics and paramedic students has been subject to limited study to date. This study aimed to determine the empathy levels demonstrated by first...
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