Monthly Archives: February 2014

Ups and downs

The next post from our student paramedic blog, ‘Lights, sirens and assignments’ is now available to view.  Click on the link below. Ups and downs. Advertisements

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First wave of ECAs progress into EMTs

Four emergency care assistants sat down at lunch to tell us how they were getting on with the first training course of its kind, to develop them into technicians. Abbey Goodchild is based in Ipswich and has been with EEAST … Continue reading

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Friends, family and university

The latest post in our student paramedic blog ‘Lights, sirens and assignments’ is now available. Click on the link below to read ‘Friends, family and university’. Read Friends, family and university here.

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Time flies

The next entry of ‘Lights, Sirens & Assignments’, our student paramedic blog is now available to view. Please click on the link – Time flies.

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Getting to the heart of the matter

Heart health should be at the top of everyone’s health agenda and all this week we’re promoting the importance of looking after your heart, what to do in a heart-related emergency, and how the ambulance service helps those suffering from … Continue reading

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A (university) life less ordinary

The next installment of our student paramedic blog, Lights, sirens and assignments by Matt Wilson is out now to read. This week’s post is called ‘A (university) life less ordinary’. Thank you to everyone that is taking the time to … Continue reading

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