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And the rest…

  • Detective Skills
  • Bullseyed windscreen – Car vs pedestrian RTC
  • 'Tis but a touch of consumption
  • Young Offenders Institute
  • Junior Citizens
  • Dark Alley
  • Unexpected rescue
  • A day in September
  • The Stabbing
  • Mental Health and Violence
  • Impaled
  • Charlotte: My summer theatre placement – part 2
  • Charlotte: My summer theatre placement – part 1
  • Do Not Resuscitate
  • UK Government axes child protection database – ContactPoint
  • Ignored Advice
  • Off Duty
  • Medical related items to buy
  • Hoax Caller
  • (Not) Collapsed Behind Locked Doors
  • Knitting Needle
  • The Amateur Transplants
  • Ketamine
  • London Ambulance Service decides they will no longer use Emergency Care Practitioners as part of their workforce
  • Collapsed Behind Locked Doors (CBLD)
  • Accident at work
  • Join the Facebook group – So you want to be a Paramedic?
  • Virgin London Marathon 2010
  • Scalded Baby
  • Chemical Incident
  • Why oh why won't people take medication for their pain?
  • Who left that signpost there?
  • Funny Histories
  • Force of impact: F = m x a
  • Finding it stressful at the office? Just fake it.
  • Fractured tib/fib
  • Children living in poverty
  • Car versus Tree
  • Dealing with minor illnesses
  • Treating Flu
  • One Under
  • Life as a Student Paramedic – Part 2
  • Life as a Student Paramedic – Part 1
  • Reflecting on New Years Eve 2009 – working at a treatment centre
  • Happy New Year
  • Merry Christmas to you all
  • Hiding after a car crash
  • One Year On…
  • Book Review: The Nicholas Effect by Reg Green
  • Die and Let Live
  • Talking about knife crime
  • Croydon Collision Reconstruction
  • Good Samaritan
  • Korsakoff's syndrome
  • Roll up roll up
  • Fall from a ladder
  • The Day I Didn't Die (by a man who isn't called Jack)
  • Common Sense: How common is it?
  • Katie the Paramedic Book Signing
  • Did I mention… Book signing and reading TOMORROW!
  • Notting Hill Carnival 2009
  • Two weeks to go!
  • Seizures
  • Paramedic Prescribing
  • 2009 London Triathlon
  • Assaults on ambulance staff
  • Drink Driving
  • Visiting an Italian Ambulance Service – Part 3
  • Visiting an Italian Ambulance Service – Part 2
  • Remembering 7/7
  • Visiting an Italian Ambulance Service – Part 1
  • Finding medical advice on the internet
  • Off to Italy
  • The Curse of Charlotte
  • Injuries: Scalds
  • A New Trend? Elastic 'Band' Injuries
  • Katie The Paramedic now available to pre-order!
  • Treatment Centre: Flora London Marathon 2009
  • Parliament Square Treatment Centre … The Tamil Protests
  • Introducing… Katie the Paramedic
  • My Second Book!
  • SADS – Sudden Adult Death Syndrome
  • Reflections
  • Book Review: Blue Lights and Long Nights by Les Pringle
  • Dementia
  • Be Careful What You Wish For
  • Video Game Induced Injuries
  • School Days
  • Book Review: Shattered Lives: Children Who Live with Courage and Dignity by Camila Batmanghelidjh
  • Talking in Parliament about knife crime with the UNCUT project
  • February 10th – Speaking at the House of Commons with the UNCUT project
  • Cause and effect: The reasons why I wrote my first book
  • Working at a treatment centre on New Year's Eve
  • Some memorable calls working on a regular ambulance (part 3)
  • Some memorable calls working on a regular ambulance (part 2)
  • Some memorable calls working on a regular ambulance (part 1)
  • Book Review: Trust Me, I'm (Still) A Doctor by Dr Phil Hammond
  • Within feet of JLS
  • Real life drama when you least expect it…
  • Snapshots
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    1. [...] then go on and talk about a call that I was involved in. I wear my work uniform as I say my piece, about a call out where I attended to a young person who had been fatally [...]

    2. [...] This website was launched on Thursday December 4th, 2008, with my initial post, Snapshots. [...]

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