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Feedback Use in Paramedicine

International Journal of Paramedicine

Objective: The aim of this scoping review is to determine how feedback is used in paramedicine. Introduction: Feedback is widely recognised as essential for clinician growth in healthcare however there is limited research on its use within paramedicine. Two authors independently screened and selected studies for full-text review.

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Community Paramedicine: Where Does The Fire Service Fit In?

Pulsara

Fire departments can also apply this line of thinking to the individual residents in their community by developing a community paramedicine program. While we are using the term “community paramedicine” for simplicity, there are other similar terms, including “mobile integrated health” and “community integrated health.”]

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Community Paramedicine and the Fire Service: Making Your Plan Work

Pulsara

Introducing a community paramedicine program allows public safety to dynamically meet those needs. Developing a community paramedicine program involves several steps before visiting your first patient. Yet, developing and successfully implementing a community paramedic program can be daunting.

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How to Become a Community Paramedic

Unitek EMT

Explore the educational pathway, skills, and opportunities in community paramedicine. Community Paramedicine represents a transformative approach to healthcare delivery, particularly in underserved or rural areas where access to healthcare services is often limited.

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Travel Paramedicine

Best Practice Medicine

Travel paramedics are part of the workforce solution healthcare desperately needs. Best Practice Medicine (BPM) created and is rapidly scaling the nation's first dedicated travel paramedic agency in support of ambulance and hospital operations nationwide.

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Registration Now Open for CanPRD 2024

Paramedic Chiefs of Canada

For AHS employees, use name@ahs.ca

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Episode 106: EMS Career Ladders

The Overrun Podcast

Takeaways The absence of a clinical ladder and degrees in paramedicine is detrimental to the EMS field, leading to a lack of upward movement and the loss of professionals. Takeaways The absence of a clinical ladder and degrees in paramedicine is detrimental to the EMS field, leading to a lack of upward movement and the loss of professionals.

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