These are selected posters from the Auckland University of Technology Paramedic Research Forums in 2011-2013.
Simpson AT. Transporting Lazarus: physicians, the state, and the creation of the modern paramedic and ambulance, 1955–73. J Hist Med Allied Sci 2013;68(2):163–97.
Wallis J, Boyle M. From stretcher bearer to ‘Paramedic’. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 2014;11(3).
Archer F, Woollard M, Snooks H, et al. What are the highest priorities for research in pre-hospital care? Results of a review and Delphi consultation exercise. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 2008;6(4).
O’Brien K, Moore A, Dawson DA, Hartley PR. An Australian story: paramedic education and practice in transition. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 2014;11(3).
Council of Ambulance Authorities. Paramedic Professional Competency Standards. Version 2.2, 2013. Available at: www.caa.net.au/attachments/article/91/Paramedic%20Professional%20Competency%20Standards%20V2.2%20February%202013%20%20PEPAS.pdf
Donoghue J. Research for emergency care. In: Curtis K, Ramsden C, Lord B, editors. Emergency and Trauma Care for Nurses and Paramedics. Australia: Mosby; 2011.
Campeau A. Introduction to the ‘space-control theory of paramedic scene management’. Emerg Med J 2009;26(3):213–6.
Wallen R, Tunnage B, Wells S. The 12 lead ECG in the EMS setting: how electrode placement and paramedic gender are experienced by women. Emerg Med J 3 July 2013. [Epub ahead of print].