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 5 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Student research: the future of paramedicine|
|The Australasian Consultant Paramedic – An Idea Whose Time Has Come.|
|Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest Management by First Responders: Retrospective Review of a Fire Fighter First Responder Program|
|Christian Winship, Malcolm Boyle, Brett Williams|
|Reporting Māori Participation in Paramedic Education and the EMS Workforce in New Zealand|
|Timothy A Morrison, Bronwyn Tunnage|
|Antibiotic prophylaxis in pre-hospital trauma care: A review of the literature|
|Lynsey Smit, Malcolm Boyle|
|Comparison of anaphylaxis diagnostic criteria and management guidelines for the prehospital setting|
|Yu-Tung Chang, Malcolm J Boyle|
|Fostering a Research Culture in Paramedicine: Selected Proceedings from the 2011-2013 Paramedic Research Forum at Auckland University of Technology|