Interested in sharing your experiences of pre-hospital resuscitation?

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The University of Wolverhampton wants to further pre-hospital cardiac arrest care by asking UK paramedics to share their experiences of the phenomenon known as CPR induced consciousness. Research is limited and currently the incidence and characteristics of CPR induced consciousness in UK pre-hospital care are unknown.

Participation involves completing an online survey taking approximately 20-30 minutes. To participate you must be a HCPC registered paramedic practising in the UK.  If you wish to participate, please follow the link below or type in the survey web address:

https://ucw.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/cpr-induced-consciousness-final  

This study is sponsored by the College of Paramedics.

The study is a collaboration between the University of Wolverhampton and the University of Worcester. The study has been approved by the Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing Ethics Committee at the University of Wolverhampton. All participant information is confidential with the right to withdraw at any time. If you have any further questions about the study, please contact the principal investigator: Pete Gregory, Head of Allied Health Professions, University of Wolverhampton; Pete.Gregory@wlv.ac.uk ; Tel. 01902 518625

 

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