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The BPJ is a quarterly electronic journal committed to publishing high-quality research and increasing the evidence-base for the paramedic profession.  It is freely available to all members of The College of Paramedics. 

Publisher: The College of Paramedics

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Volume 5, Number 1, 1 June 2020

Original research

Open Access Intravenous versus oral paracetamol in a UK ambulance service: a case control study
pp. 1-6(6)
Authors: Charlton, Karl; Limmer, Matthew; Moore, Hayley


Open Access Exploring paramedic perceptions of feedback using a phenomenological approach
pp. 7-14(8)
Authors: Eaton-Williams, Peter; Mold, Freda; Magnusson, Carin


Case report

Open Access Unexpected shock in a fallen older adult: a case report
pp. 15-19(5)
Authors: Matthews, Gary; Booth, Helen; Adam Whitley, Gregory


Research methodology

Open Access UK ambulance service resuscitation management of pulseless electrical activity: a systematic review protocol of text and opinion
pp. 20-25(6)
Authors: Coppola, Alison; Black, Sarah; Johnston, Sasha; Endacott, Ruth


Open Access Research paramedics’ observations regarding the challenges and strategies employed in the implementation of a large-scale out-of-hospital randomised trial
pp. 26-31(6)
Authors: Green, Jonathan; Robinson, Maria; Pilbery, Richard; Whitley, Gregory; Hall, Helen; Clout, Madeleine; Reeves, Barnaby; Kirby, Kim; Benger, Jonathan


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