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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 4, 1 March 2022

Editorial

Celebrating International Women’s Day: where does this leave the paramedic profession?
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Wilson, Caitlin; Prothero, Larissa Stella; Williams, Julia

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Original research

Randomised controlled trial of an innovative hypoglycaemia pathway for self-care at home and admission avoidance: a partnership approach with a regional ambulance trust
pp. 3-10(8)
Authors: Willis, Andrew; Dallosso, Helen; Gray, Laura; James, June; Taylor, Cat; Davies, Melanie; Shaw, Debbie; Siriwardena, Niroshan; Khunti, Kamlesh

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Ambulance service use by patients with lower back pain: an observational study
pp. 11-17(7)
Authors: Capsey, Matt; Ryan, Cormac; Alexanders, Jenny; Martin, Denis

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Staff perceptions of patient safety in the NHS ambulance services: an exploratory qualitative study
pp. 18-25(8)
Authors: Shepard, Keegan; Spencer, Sally; Kelly, Carol; Wankhade, Paresh

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Literature review

Individual risk factors predictive of major trauma in pre-hospital injured older patients: a systematic review
pp. 26-40(15)
Authors: Pandor, Abdullah; Fuller, Gordon; Essat, Munira; Sabir, Lisa; Holt, Chris; Buckley Woods, Helen; Chatha, Hridesh

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Case report

An atypical presentation of orthostatic hypotension and falls in an older adult
pp. 41-47(7)
Authors: Thoburn, Steve; Cremin, Steve; Holland, Mark

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Research methodology

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Short report

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Letter

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