Category Archives: 999

Guest blog: World Diabetes Day

Hello, I am Helen and am a research paramedic from Beccles in Suffolk. I am really pleased to have been given the opportunity to blog for World Diabetes Day about our innovative diabetes hypo referral project. Advertisements

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Return of the Matt

Our student paramedic blogger Matt is back and, ‘Lights, sirens and assignments’ is now available to view.  Click on the link below to view his latest post. Return of the Matt.

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Wise up about flu

Our latest blog is by Dave Cunningham, our IPC (infection, prevention and control) lead, and is all about flu, how it can affect anyone, and some of the common myths about the illness and the dreaded flu jab. Click on … Continue reading

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Beside the sea

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

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Looking back, moving forward – working round bad news and being optimistic

The next post from our student paramedic blog, ‘Lights, sirens and assignments’ is now available to view.  Click on the link below to view. Looking back, moving forward – working round bad news and being optimistic.

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Why I do the job.

The next post from our student paramedic blog, ‘Lights, sirens and assignments’ is now available to view.  Click on the link below to view. Why I do the job.

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On the road again….

The next post from our student paramedic blog, ‘Lights, sirens and assignments’ is now available to view.  Click on the link below. On the road again…..

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