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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 6, Number 1, 1 June 2021

Original research

A survey of ambulance clinicians’ perceptions of recording and communicating patient information electronically
pp. 1-7(7)
Authors: Barrett, Jack William; Eaton-Williams, Pete; Mortimer, Craig ED; Land, Victoria FP; Williams, Julia

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Open Access Accuracy of ECG chest electrode placements by paramedics: an observational study
pp. 8-14(7)
Authors: Gregory, Pete; Kilner, Tim; Lodge, Stephen; Paget, Suzy

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Paramedic independent prescribing: a qualitative study of early adopters in the UK
pp. 30-37(8)
Authors: Stenner, Karen; van Even, Suzanne; Collen, Andy

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To collar or not to collar. Views of pre-hospital emergency care providers on immobilisation without cervical collars: a focus group study
pp. 38-45(8)
Authors: Thompson, Lee; Shaw, Gary; Bates, Charlotte; Hawkins, Christopher; McClelland, Graham; McMeekin, Peter

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Literature review

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Letter

Time to stop using age-based weight estimation
pp. 53-53(1)
Authors: Cattermole, Giles N.; Wells, Mike

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Reply to Giles N. Cattermole and Mike Wells
pp. 54-54(1)
Authors: Charlton, Karl; Capsey, Matt; Moat, Chris

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