The Australasian Journal of Paramedicine (AJP) is an open access, peer-reviewed, international journal to advance and promote the science of prehospital care research, management, education, clinical practice, policy, and service delivery, as well as providing a forum to respond to the professional interests of the multidisciplinary prehospital care community.
The Australasian Journal of Paramedicine (AJP) is the official open access, peer-reviewed, international journal of Paramedics Australasia (PA), the national professional association for paramedics in Australasia.
Vol 11, No 4 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Twelve Months on|
|Bridging the gap: Reflections on teaching interprofessional communication to undergraduate paramedic and nursing students|
|Tania Johnston, Alex MacQuarrie, John Rae|
|Perceptions of student paramedic interpersonal communication competence: A cross-sectional study|
|Linda Ross, Malcolm Boyle, Brett Williams, Christopher Fielder, Rebecca Veenstra|
|Job satisfaction level and its main determinants among Iranian emergency medical service personnel: A population-based survey|
|Ghodratollah Roshanaei, Mahnaz Khatiban, Saboor Hosseini, Ali Bikmoradi, Arezou Karampourian|
|Starting the conversation: What are the issues for paramedic student clinical education?|
|Peter O'Meara, Helen Hickson, Chris Huggins|
|Engaging paramedic students in research: A case report|
|David Lim, Courtenay Grant-Wakefield, Vivienne Tippett|