Bridging the theory and practise gap in emergency services research: the case for a new journal

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Wankhade, P; Murphy, P;

Purpose - The paper aims to provide the rationale underpinning this new journal in addressing the apparent gap and fragmented nature of the emergency services research, to introduce the papers in this inaugural issue and encourage readers and potential contributors to s... View more
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