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4 June 2018

Quoting Robert Louis Stephenson ('There are no foreign lands. It is the traveller only who is foreign'), I would like to talk about my life as an international student. Read more…

1 May 2018

I was a nervous wreck turning up to Islington Ambulance Station at the beginning of my placement. I was introduced to my mentor and crew mate (I had absolutely no reason to be scared as they are lovely) and given a quick tour of the station and ambulances. Read more…

16 April 2018

I am a paramedic student and have been volunteering for the Cub Scout Association, gaining skills in leadership, teamworking and problem solving at my local Cub 'Pack'. Read more…

10 April 2018

When applying to university, the campus is just as important as the university itself. For a course such as Paramedic Science, the environment you are in can make or break the whole experience, so it is important to focus on what’s important for you. Read more…

4 April 2018

The first few weeks of University were the most daunting yet exciting few weeks! Packed full of moving miles from home, making new friends, freshers fairs and events, and for the unlucky ones…freshers flu, the first few weeks seem to come and go in a flash! Read more…

4 April 2018

Recently I worked at an interview day on campus for the Paramedic Science course, and was pleased to see how many were well prepared for such an occasion. Read more…

9 March 2018

Weeks have passed since my belated return to University and I have made a thorough indent into my 5,000-word Research Methodology assignment. I'm focusing on the grey area between warm and hot 'zones' where emergency services work in the event of a major incident. Read more…

5 February 2018

It has been rather a long time since I wrote a blog post as I've had surgery. I'm sure that the experience of being a patient will help me, as a paramedic, to really connect to my future patients. Read more…

20 January 2018

The start of 2018 signifies the halfway point in my three-year degree. Another 18 months and I’ll have graduated and been working as a newly qualified paramedic – scary stuff! Read more…

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