Journal of paramedic practice

The Journal of Paramedic Practice is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal focussing on emergency medical services and Paramedic practice. The consultant editors are; Lynda Sybson, Pete Gregory and Ian Peate, who was awarded an OBE by Queen Elizabeth II. It was established in 2008 and is not yet indexed in medline. It is published by the Mark Allen group. The journal is also supported by the College of Paramedics who offer a 15% discount for members on journal subscription. The journal currently has a readership of 18,000 per issue and a circulation of 8500. The journal is also circulated by the Irish Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council.
The Journal of Paramedic Practice publishes a wide range of prehospital care work. This includes:
* Original Research.
* Case Reports
* Discussion pieces
* Professional issues
* Career Development pieces
The journal also provides online CPD activities aligned with current UK prehospital clinical guidelines and the latest evidence base. In addition to this the Journal of Paramedic Practice has provided a publication platform for winners of the UK Carole Furber Award, from the College of Paramedics. The journal is also a partner organisation of the Association of Air ambulances.
Notable Articles
The Journal of Paramedic Practice
* College of Paramedics Position Statement: Intubation
* Essex and Herts Air Ambulance Case Series.
* The National Ambulance Resilience Unit (NARU) have used the journal as a platform to discuss the national work of NARU.
* Key research findings from the Scottish Ambulance Service
* Research finding two thirds of UK Paramedics were prepared to leave the Ambulance Service due to mismanagement by the UK government.
Abstracting and indexing
This journal is abstracted and indexed in:
* NHS Networks
* Scittitles
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