Are you still the type of paramedic you had hoped to be when you first set foot inside an ambulance?
Is it easy for you to go home at the end of each shift without questioning your actions?
Would your style of patient care be acceptable for your own family in their time of need?
In the current climate of increasing prehospital demand, it is more important than ever that paramedic standards ensure optimum skill, safety and professionalism. With growing call volumes, public scrutiny, legal liability and employer expectations often creating a sense of overwhelm, the ability to maintain such standards can easily begin to suffer.
Find out how to evaluate your own individual practice with a simple, pain scale type approach, so that you remain at the top of your game no matter where you are in your career.
Using a conversational and inclusive format, The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Paramedic is an easy to follow book. Designed to be picked up, put down and picked back up again at any point, no matter how time poor you may be.
Ignite your initial spark, rekindle your passion or maintain your existing pride in paramedicine
Ensure a strong focus on best patient care, safety, public perception and professionalism
Avoid unnecessary incidents, disciplinary issues and confusion in an already stressful role
Enhance your reputation, mutual respect and enjoyment of the rewarding career you have chosen
Written by a paramedic, specifically for paramedics, from students right through to veterans. A judgment free read, to grow the good, break the bad and undo the ugly in all of us.