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    A statutory agency is a public service group who are fully funded by the government whereas a voluntary is predominantly funded by a charity although they may still get a small amount from the government for their rent. Their jobs and their equipment are paid for by donations. Most people would probably think that the two different groups don’t work together they do when an emergency is happening. An example of 2 groups that work together are the ambulance service (statutory) and the St Johns ambulance (voluntary). With the Paramedics losing workers and becoming over stretched the St johns have stepped into help, with them attending public events as first aiders and supporting them at emergencies if needed. These groups are both helped by the British red cross especially if there is a flood etc. (St…

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    Primary Care Observation

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    I am currently employed as a Primary Care Paramedic by BC Ambulance service. I 'm writing anonymously with the aid of my coworkers to discuss concerns about working conditions as a part-time employee. There have been some interest in the public recently* regarding response times of ambulance paramedics to 911 calls, including some on the mainland which resulted in death*. In both of these circumstances, paramedics were blamed for not responding promptly. As a result, we are now being very…

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    Dd In Paramedics

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    impact on one’s ability to make quick, logical decisions and deal with highly emotional events (3, 4). Consequently, when affected by anxiety, a paramedics ability to perform their job to the highest standard is impaired (4). A study revealed that approximately 22% of paramedics were diagnosed with an anxiety disorder in 2014 (4). Furthermore, through the questionnaire method, 23 out of 24 paramedics in NSW reported that they were experiencing or had experienced moderate to high levels of…

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    the worst had happened I ran over to my parents, tears in my eyes. Carter had stopped moving when paramedics got to him. “Everyone back away,” they announced rather calm voice. The paramedics then proceeded to remove Carter’s helmet, revealing that just his helmet had twisted around rather than his head breaking apart from his spinal chord, but the danger was still very apparent. Carter had still not yet woken up from what may have been a fatal crash. One paramedic used many medical devices to…

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    Importance Of Ambulances

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    Ambulances are imperative to save a life of human being. It is intrinsic entail of our society. These vehicles play a dominant role to rescue injured and ill peoples and to dispense them a transportation facility so that they can reach safely, efficiently and inescapably in time in the hospital. One of the most malignant and hazardous factors is that our people of society are benighted about the main objective of ambulances. When a human being is injured, it has many traffic hurdles to reach…

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    A Career For A Nurse

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    I work on the ambulance, I feel a sense of peace knowing that I go every day at work, and when those tones drop, I know in my heart that I’m going to be making a difference in someone’s life. When I am in the emergency department, I feel the same kind of satisfaction, but on a deeper level. When I was in the emergency department I got to see a huge variety of patients. I loved when I was working on the ambulance, I never knew what that next call was going to be, it’s the same way in the ER, you…

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    Essay On Paramedics

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    Over the course of the 90’s paramedicine slowly transitioned to a university course in response to the expanding role. Ambulance services have evolved from providing a simple mode of emergency transport to a provider of definitive care; to currently being a technical field of health providing pre-hospital assessment, diagnoses and treatment. Changes in the roles and skills performed by paramedics have resulted in the development of paramedicine becoming its own entity, with its own separate body…

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    Being A Paramedic

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    Having a rush of adrenaline running through your body is one of the many things that happens when you are encountering a major situation. Being a paramedic is the job that happens to make you feel as if you're actually doing good in the world. Paramedics are the people who are there in any emergency situation; assisting injures along with transporting those who are ill or injured to the hospital. In this instance, being a paramedic is the occupation that specifically suits my interest. In…

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    The Pros And Cons Of EMT

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    be calm and be aware of the setting and where the patient is, as well as if they're are any weapons close at hand they could injure you with. On these calls EMT's can and have endured physical injuries caused by a patient who goes haywire and attacks the responders. It is a nerve-wracking job, and the first bad call or bad outcome of a mental health call can stress and cause doubt in an EMT personally with themselves. As an EMT going to a call you get a minimum of five to ten minutes on scene…

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    Paramedics: A Case Study

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    to their emotions regarding the patients and their families might evoke difficult feelings in paramedics that threaten their professional identity and self-image (Avraham, 2014). By navigating and regulating their emotions toward patients and/or their families, the paramedics were able to continue to function in their personal and professional lives (Avraham, 2014). Striking a balance between emotional connection and detachment with regard to the patient is not easy, but is essential for the…

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