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Volume 13 Number 10

October 2021

The clinical monthly for emergency care professionals

EDITORIAL Seasonal flu vaccines and COVID boosters Kirsty Morgan and Sammer Tang 403

PRESCRIBING PARAMEDIC Legal aspects of prescribing Benjamin Flavell

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EDUCATION Are paramedic graduates effectively prepared for death? A scoping review Anna Somers 408

EMERGENCY AND URGENT CARE Emergency primary and secondary systems assessment Sarah-Jane Stevens 414

RESEARCH Influence of time on the predictive value of the post-resuscitation ECG Carl Evans and Magnus Nelson 424

COMMENT PPE for Sars-Cov-2 and the utility of single-use aprons Wesley Howarth

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STUDENT COLUMN My first year as a nurse paramedic student Philipa Duncan 436

PARAMEDIC ROLES A day in the life of a forensic paramedic Angela Moore 438

COURSES

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On p. 404, Benjamin Flavell looks at the legal aspects of prescribing for paramedics

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Journal of Paramedic Practice • Vol 13 No 10

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