#PHJC – Man or machine? An experimental study of prehospital emergency amputation

The first physical meeting of the Prehospital Journal Club (PHJC) met last week at the University of Surrey and we had an incredible turnout. I was expecting a small but enthusiastic group of four or five, however we had closer to 50 people turn up, with a mix of undergraduate students, tutors, post-graduates, paramedics, child... Continue Reading →

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Prehospital Journal Club

With the rise of Open Access, blogging, twitter and #FOAM, research has never been more accessible, which is great! But this also means, more than ever, we need the skills of how to interpret, critically appraise and implement this research. While some paramedics may not have an interest in pursuing a career in research, all paramedics... Continue Reading →

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