The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Paramedic eBook
Grow the good, break the bad and undo the ugly in your own paramedic practice.
Are you still the paramedic that you hoped to be on your first day in an ambulance?
Do you find yourself questioning any action or inaction at the end of some shifts?
Would your patient care be good enough for your own family in their time of need?
In the current climate of increasing prehospital demand, it is more important than ever for paramedics to demonstrate optimum skill, safety and professionalism. With growing call volume, public scrutiny, legal liability and employer expectation often creating a sense of overwhelm, the ability to maintain these standards can begin to suffer. Find out how to evaluate your everyday practice using a simple, pain scale type approach. Remain at the top of your game, no matter where you’re at in your career.
Using a friendly, conversational and inclusive format, The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Paramedic is an easy to follow book. Designed to be picked up, put down and picked back up again whenever and wherever, no matter how time poor you may be.
• Ignite your spark, rekindle your passion or maintain existing pride in paramedicine
• Sharpen your professional approach to patient care, safety & public perception
• Avoid unwanted incidents, disciplinary issues & confusion in this stressful role
• Enhance your reputation, mutual respect and enjoyment of prehospital care
Written by a paramedic, specifically for paramedics and EMTs at every level. A relatable, scenario-based guide to growing the good, breaking the bad and undoing the ugly in all of us.
About The Author
As a practising paramedic, with a background in emergency response, academic study, clinical training, precepting and lecturing, Tammie Bullard is passionate about every aspect of prehospital care. Through shared experiences of countless students, colleagues and mentors, her book encourages effortless professional reflection in every paramedic and EMT striving to excel at the front line of patient care.