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Welcome to the first edition of Canadian Paramedicine for the year 2022. Despite COVID, we are still going strong!
In this edition we want to introduce a few new authors with articles that are sure to catch your eye and get your gears turning.
First, Marieli de los Rios, PhD in Bioethics, discusses the 2020 initial outbreak of COVID and how Emergency Services handled it from a Bioethical point of view.
We also want to introduce George Amolo from Kenya with a unique point of view of Paramedicine. If you like his article, we have more from him coming in the next months!
B.T. Murray shares with us another incredible article on preceptorship and the importance of guiding our students in a positive environment in order to get them to thrive.
Deborah Cooper writes for “Of Substance” dealing with Substance Use Disorders and Childhood Environments.
Chris Farnady gives a great article on Epigenetics and the implications on Mental Health.
Doctors Samantha and Hsien delve into the importance of Palliative Care and share a unique point of view on who the “first responder” really is.
Erin and Dallas from Alberta Health Services share the news of the largest coordinated patient move in AHS history.
We hope you enjoy reading these articles and please let us know if you have any questions, concerns, ideas, or anything from this or any other edition. We are here to listen and to make sure that Canadian Paramedicine continues to grow!

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Women in Canadian Paramedicine: 2021

This edition of Canadian Paramedicine magazine themed “Stronger Together” marks the third annual installment of “Women in Canadian Paramedicine.” Since 2019, the April/May issue has been an opportunity for strategically curated content and often challenging and uncomfortable discussions.

Women in Canadian Paramedicine 2020

Welcome, we are pleased to once again bring forward articles and discussion, the voices of change, to the profession’s understanding and commitment to praxis of diversity and inclusion in paramedicine practice and leadership. 

Women in Canadian Paramedicine 2019

Welcome to a special issue of Canadian Paramedicine magazine. The theme for this issue is Women In Paramedicine: Past, Present and Future. The content of this issue was authored entirely by women involved in Canadian paramedicine, from sundry different roles and  perspectives.

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