Student research: the future of paramedicine

Peter O’Meara

Abstract


For the first time since the establishment of a paramedicine peer-reviewed journal in Australia and New Zealand a Special Edition is being published specifically for student contributions. This is an important juncture in the evolution of our profession that recognises the importance of the next generation of paramedic practitioners, scholars and leaders. It really does mark a departure from our vocational training roots to being a tertiary-educated health profession that works in partnership and alongside the other health professions

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student research; research; paramedic; editorial

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33151/ajp.11.5.60

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