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Paramedics in Primary Care

Paramedics have many complementary skills to bring to Primary care and there are now many opportunities across a variety of health care settings for these skills to be utilised. Find out more about the role of Paramedics in Primary Care.

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First Contact and Advanced Practitioners (FCP & AP) in Primary Care

Roadmaps to Practice for First Contact and Advanced Practitioners to create a standard of practice and proof of capability in Primary Care.

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Paramedic Advanced Practitioner (AP) Pathway

This YouTube video is a useful roadmap outlining the Paramedic Primary Care - First Contact Practitioner (FCP) > Advanced Practitioner (AP) pathway.

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College for Paramedics

The recognised professional body for Paramedics and the Ambulance professions represents its members in all matters affecting their clinical practice and supports them to achieve the highest standards of patient care.

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Post-registration Paramedic Career Framework

Background information from the College for Paramedics on the continuing development of paramedics in all four pillars of the paramedic career framework.

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Advanced Clinical Practitioners

You can find useful information about Advanced Clinical Practitioners, including Paramedics, on the Health Education England website.

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British Association for Immediate Care

The British Association for Immediate Care was founded as a charity in 1977 and combines bringing people together who have an interest in pre-hospital immediate care with supporting and promoting regional and local immediate care schemes across the UK.

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Vaccine Pathway Concerns - RCEM/SAM/RCP guidance

Published by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine on 12 April 2021. Please note this document is subject to updates as required.

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