Volume 13 Number 7
The clinical monthly for emergency care professionals
EDITORIAL Language and care James Pearce
PRESCRIBING PARAMEDIC SERIES Patient-centred prescribing, autonomy and concordance Joe Nordoff 272 CLINICAL PRACTICE Diabetic ketoacidosis in paediatrics: tools to assist in recognition of a sick child Grace Marrion 275 Happy hypoxia in COVID-19: pathophysiology and pulse oximetry accuracy Noamaan Wilson-Baig 288 EDUCATION Building ad-hoc team social capital through simulation Meagan Slack and Joanna Pierazzo 280
PRIDE IN PARAMEDICINE Care of LGBTQ+ people Aysha Mendes
Being an LGBTQ+ paramedic Using my experience to extend empathy in the Ecuadorian EMS Iván A. Moya
Showing up authentically leads to more honest human connections Rebecca Connolly 301
BOOK REVIEW The most surprising law and ethics read for paramedics Vincent Romano
NQP PERSPECTIVE Every day a school day Barry Costello
STUDENT COLUMN The emergency blues... Jolyon Price
PARAMEDIC ROLES Progressing as a trainee ACP Abbie-Louise Frake
SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Pete Gregory
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