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Volume 16 Number 5

May 2024

The clinical monthly for emergency care professionals EDITORIAL On the page Aysha Mendes 181

ECG CASE SERIES Charles Bloe

ECG CASE SERIES Charles Bloe

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EDUCATION Ethical dilemmas: a student reflection on safeguarding in adult domestic abuse Will Hird 183

MINDS AND MACHINES A need for national oversight in ambulance AI integration Joe Frankland

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CLINICAL PRACTICE Prehospital management of sepsis with IV antibiotics: a UK literature review Patryk Jadzinski et al 194

LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT Paramedic role in emergency mental healthcare Joel Simon Phillips 204

PEER REVIEW Guidelines for peer reviewers Journal of Paramedic Practice

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STUDENT COLUMN Peaks and troughs Dan Wyatt 215

Have you ever considered becoming a peer reviewer? Turn to p. 212 for the JPP guidelines for peer reviewers

NQP PERSPECTIVE Never struggle alone Katy Sofield 216

COURSES

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Mission Statement: Journal of Paramedic Practice (JPP) is the only monthly peer-reviewed and evidence-based journal for the paramedic profession.

JPP provides the latest practical, clinical and professional information for all paramedics, including emergency care practitioners and assistants, medical technicians, critical care paramedics, combat medical technicians, and members of voluntary aid societies. JPP has a team of consultant editors with a strong commitment to paramedic sciences, as well as a prestigious editorial board that represents different strands of the profession.

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 16 No 5

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