Posted by: medicblog999 | November 25, 2009

Finally, some more video from the Project!

CoEMS

At long last, we have managed to get some of the videos uploaded. Here is the first two, with more to follow later today.

Thanks for your patience!

First one is ‘Readers Questions’

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And this one is discussing the role of the Emergency Care Support Worker, which so many of you have been asking about.

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Responses

  1. This is very intresting to me, im assuming that ECSW is just another name for an ECA as we are called in other parts of the country. I work as an ECA in the West Mids and the decision has been made here to not recruit any more ECA's in the future. All ECA's will be given the opportunity to train as Technician and then onto Paramedic, new starters will be recruited only as 'Student Paramedics' this means that they will do an eleven week course as a Technician, a probationary period on the road and then allocated a place on a university Paramedic course. Other services are bringing in ECA's as we are getting rid of them and we are going back to a Para/Tech crew and then onto double Para crews which can only be a good thing.

  2. Mark,another excellent pair of Videos, thanks for your kind words about St John Ambulance (and correcting Justin about the “s”)I will miss watching the videos now the project is over.

  3. Mark,another excellent pair of Videos, thanks for your kind words about St John Ambulance (and correcting Justin about the “s”)I will miss watching the videos now the project is over.

  4. Mark,another excellent pair of Videos, thanks for your kind words about St John Ambulance (and correcting Justin about the “s”)I will miss watching the videos now the project is over.


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