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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 2, 1 September 2021

Original research

An EXploration of the facilitators and barriers to paramedics’ assessment and treatment of pain in PAediatric patients following Trauma (EX-PAT)
pp. 10-18(9)
Authors: Handyside, Barry; Pocock, Helen; Deakin, Charles D.; Rodriguez-Bachiller, Isabel

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Literature review

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Open Access Protocol for a constructivist metasynthesis of qualitative research of heroism and paramedic practice
pp. 34-39(6)
Authors: Rees, Nigel; Williams, Julia; Hogan, Chloe; Smyth, Lauren; Archer, Thomas

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Service evaluation

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The acceptability and safety of video triage for ambulance service patients and clinicians during the COVID-19 pandemic
pp. 49-58(10)
Authors: Bell, Fiona; Pilbery, Richard; Connell, Rob; Fletcher, Dean; Leatherland, Tracy; Cottrell, Linda; Webster, Peter

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Short report

Open Access Frequent callers to UK ambulance services in the COVID-19 pandemic: managing mental health, social isolation and loneliness
pp. 66-75(10)
Authors: Scott, Jason; Burtrand, Helen; Churchill, Tim; Cole, Robert; Collins, Tracy; Daxner, Nathan; Fidler, Gayle; Hammond-Williams, Jonathan; Marlow, Benjamin; McNally, Angela; O’Keefe, John; Petterson, Robin; Powell, Deborah; Scott, Stephanie; Scaife, Jayne; Smylie, Joanna; Strickland, Annette

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