Work integrated learning in Vanuatu: student perspectives

‘[Professional practices] are manifest through … ethical conduct, professional decision making, client-practitioner communication, consultation and referral, and interdisciplinary team work …’ and,...

Developing transcultural awareness: student perspectives of a placement in Johannesburg South Africa

The placement consisted of working alongside a leading private ambulance service within the city of Johannesburg, as well as shifts within a government-run hospital emergency department. I was able to...

Student international learning experiences in Cebu, Philippines

There were seven respondents to the survey, all of whom completed it fully. Of these, 57.1% were female; 85.7% were aged under 25 years old (the remaining respondents selected ‘prefer not to...

International learning: bridging the gap through exchange programmes

‘I know that our students had an excellent experience, learning a lot about paramedic work in Ontario, engaging in inter-professional work and of course having a great deal of fun.’ Kate Johnston.

Observations from a student exchange programme: UK and Sweden prehospital care

Although there are no clinical practice guidelines, the Gothenburg and Halland regions do use a prehospital triage system called the medical emergency triage and treatment system (METTS) to identify...

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