What is advanced trauma life support?
Advanced trauma life support, also known as ATLS, is a method used by medical professionals to immediately assess and treat injured patients.
Optimising ambulance management: the heart of the emergency care system
Ambulances are one of the UK's three main emergency services, providing the mobile arm of the national health service.
What is speech and language therapy?
Speech and language therapists help people who have difficulties with speaking or communicating, as well as those who have problems swallowing. This life-changing support can significantly improve people’s lives, transforming their health, relationships, and careers.
What are special education schools?
Almost 1.5 million children of all ages in the English and Welsh school system have special educational needs or disabilities (SEND, also referred to as SEND). Special education schools help to provide tailored education, support and care to those with learning difficulties.
Transforming health outcomes and quality of life through preventative care
Tackling systemic health issues at a population level, such as tobacco addiction, alcohol dependence, chronic stress and obesity – as well as widespread issues such as heart disease and other cardiovascular problems, hypertension and poor mental health – is neither quick nor easy.
What is paramedic science?
Paramedic science is the field that aspiring first responders study before becoming professional paramedics. Through paramedic science, paramedics learn how to provide emergency medical care outside of a hospital environment, as well as how to work autonomously as a generalist clinician across a range of other healthcare settings.
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