Posted: Jul 14, 2017 in News
Within this edition you’ll find clinical articles, a special report on community paramedicine in Alberta, an article on training in Quebec, as well as historical articles by Ottawa Paramedic Service’s official historian Lynea Finn and much, much more on Canadian paramedicine and the rapid progress Canada is making as it moves further into the realms of self-regulation and clinical innovation.
As one of Canada’s established, self-regulating jurisdictions, the College also contributed an article on the benefits of self-regulation for the public, the practitioner and the profession.
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