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Volume 15 Number 12

December 2023

The clinical monthly for emergency care professionals

EDITORIAL World AIDS Day Ian Peate

ECG CASE SERIES Charles Bloe

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EDUCATION Confidence levels of students before and after a minor illness/injury placement Sean Carbery and Karen Gubbins 491 RESEARCH Paramedic electrocardiogram interpretation in acute coronary syndrome Luke Wyld, Lisa Clegg and Kristina Griffin 496 LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT Psychological vulnerability and suicidality within the ambulance service Sophie Faulkner 506 COMMENTARY Diagnostic accuracy of early warning system scores in the prehospital setting Steve Bell and James E Hill 516 COMMENT Filling the paramedic gap Kim Stuart, Mary Burton and Andy Winter 520 NQP PERSPECTIVE Keep learning Derek Ford 524

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In their comment on p. 520, Stuart et al discuss the crisis of missing paramedics from practice and how the Return-to-Practice course could help to fill this gap

SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Pete Gregory

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JPP will help you update your knowledge in important areas of practice and ultimately deliver the best possible care to your patients. JPP also offers free online CPD modules for all subscribers, allowing you to fulfil your CPD requirements at a time suited to you.

Journal of Paramedic Practice • Vol 15 No 12

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