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Air Ambulance By Hayley Miller
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An air ambulance is an aircraft specifically used for the treatment of a patient who has been seriously injured or is critically ill. An air ambulance is primarily used in emergency situations where... More > transport of the patient by standard land ambulance would not be timely or safe. Contents: Air Ambulance Awards Air Ambulance Services Market Benefits Of CAMTS Certification For Air Ambulance Services Get Quotes Fast For Air Ambulance Transportation Services Benefits Of NICU Air Ambulance Services Business Travellers Need Air Ambulance Service Coverage Children Tour Air Ambulance Helicopter Consider Safety First When Choosing An Air Ambulance Disadvantages Of Using A Broker To Secure Air Ambulance Transportation Do Air Ambulance Service Companies Carry Insurance Does An Air Ambulance Need RVSM Does My Credit Card Cover Air Ambulance Services During Travel Air Ambulance Service Coverage Makes A Great Benefit For Employees And more...< Less
Life with the Air Ambulance By Julian Claxton
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Julian Claxton is a freelance photographer based in East Anglia in the UK. His work has featured in numerous publications throughout the UK and he is known for his creative and original style of... More > photography. Life with the air ambulance was the second solo exhibition of Julian's. For 18 months I have been given access to Anglia One, the air ambulance of the East Anglian Air Ambulance charity, joining the crew on their daily routines. One moment enjoying a cup of tea and in the next breath landing in a field in the pouring rain, hot footing it to the scene of an incident. Throughout this book you will experience life as part of Anglia One, where I have recorded just how determined, skilled and passionate the crew are. Many of the photographs observe the pressures of life working as part of the emergency services, where time is of the essence. You will join the crew on their daily routines and experience the highs, the lows and those times when words simply mean very little.< Less
Life with the Air Ambulance By Julian Claxton
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Julian Claxton is a freelance photographer based in East Anglia in the UK. His work has featured in numerous publications throughout the UK and he is known for his creative and original style of... More > photography. Life with the air ambulance was the second solo exhibition of Julian's. For 18 months I have been given access to Anglia One, the air ambulance of the East Anglian Air Ambulance charity, joining the crew on their daily routines. One moment enjoying a cup of tea and in the next breath landing in a field in the pouring rain, hot footing it to the scene of an incident. Throughout this book you will experience life as part of Anglia One, where I have recorded just how determined, skilled and passionate the crew are. Many of the photographs observe the pressures of life working as part of the emergency services, where time is of the essence. You will join the crew on their daily routines and experience the highs, the lows and those times when words simply mean very little.< Less
The Genesis of the Cornwall Air Ambulance Service: From a Dream to Reality By Geoff Newman
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The Cornwall Air Ambulance project is a tale of the triumph of wishful thinking over an intransigent establishment. It is also a tale of the fortunate coming together of a small group of like-minded... More > individuals who were persuaded by the author to agree to do something that no other part of the National Health Service had ever contemplated before - to create a novel new type of 'flying' ambulance. It would carry skilled paramedics and their equipment to the distant corners of the county and revolutionised emergency care. This book describes how the First Air Ambulance project emerged from an idea and became a reality. A portion of the sale price of each book sold or downloaded (min one pound) will be donated to the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust.< Less
The Genesis of the Cornwall Air Ambulance Service: From a Dream to Reality By Geoff Newman
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The Cornwall Air Ambulance project is a tale of the triumph of wishful thinking over an intransigent establishment. It is also a tale of the fortunate coming together of a small group of like-minded... More > individuals who were persuaded by the author to agree to do something that no other part of the National Health Service had ever contemplated before - to create a novel new type of 'flying' ambulance. It would carry skilled paramedics and their equipment to the distant corners of the county and revolutionised emergency care. This book describes how the First Air Ambulance project emerged from an idea and became a reality. A portion of the sale price of each book sold or downloaded (min one pound) will be donated to the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust.< Less
The Only Way Is Up .... By Andy Ormston
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From the battlefields of Iraq in 1991, to life in the ambulance services on the modern streets of Britain, this book tells the story of an interesting and fulfilling life to date. With a military... More > family spanning back to the First World War, Andy tells the story in a light hearted and illustrated way charting life's' up and downs to the present day. A good insight into life in the Royal Air Force then and now.< Less
Paramedic: Lights and Sirens By Steve Webb
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After leaving the SADF in which the author was an Ops Medic, he joins the Johannesburg Emergency Services (JEMS) and describes the twenty four year period in various services around Africa. The story... More > starts with an insight into the emergency services environment and goes on to describe the day to day trials and tribulations encountered out on the streets and in the skies of Johannesburg The book covers controversial issues such as the CADS – Computer Aided Dispatch Centre – which caused severe damage to the integrity of the JEMS, the Café Zurich bombing and the viewing of the wreckage of the Helderberg disaster and more. It portrays not only the frustrations against bureaucracy but also reveals the victories and the defeats in the fight against death, the sadness, the humiliation and the humour in working in such a diverse service both as a paramedic and an instructor with the Ambulance Training College and the Flight for Life helicopter service.< Less
So You Wanna Be a Flight Nurse? By Aaron Judkins
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"Thinking about a career as a flight nurse? Aaron Judkins' book, So You Want To Be A Flight Nurse, is the place to start. It has all things I've been asked and recommended for decades as a... More > flight nurse all in one place".- Dale Dallmann, CFRN CHSE , Chief Clinical Offiicer, Survival Flight "People often perceive the role of a flight nurse as a noble profession... You see, I do this job because I want to use my knowledge and skill set and abilities to save and positively affect lives... but it's also for selfish reasons! I love this job. All of it. It gives just as much to me as I give to it. To know that I've been one of the best parts of someone's worst day... to see mankind pull together to save a life... to witness firsthand the fragility and tenacity of human life... to have the opportunity to work with the best in the industry... I am the blessed one. This is the job I chose, the job I love, the job I am blessed to do and someone is counting on me."- Angela Emily, RN, BSN, CEN, EMT-B, Air Evac Lifeteam< Less
The Mark By Geoff Newman
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Jack is back – Crime-fighter Jack Mawgan returns in ‘THE MARK’, the final exciting tale in the three-book series about this extraordinary character. We know from our newspapers... More > that corruption is everywhere and our public services are particularly vulnerable to the few who break our bond of trust. Occasionally it is our elected politicians that let us down. Lord Acton, a prominent historian of the Victorian era, once said in a letter to Mary Gladstone (daughter of the Prime Minister, William Gladstone, and his confidante and advisor). “I cannot accept your canon that we are to judge Pope and King unlike other men, with a favourable presumption that they did no wrong... Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority: still more when you add the tendency or the certainty of corruption by authority.”(Wikipedia) Whether you agree with Lord Acton or not we must always be prepared to take our leaders to task when they overstep the mark.< Less
The Mark By Geoff Newman
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Jack is back – Crime-fighter Jack Mawgan returns in ‘THE MARK’, the final exciting tale in the three-book series about this extraordinary character. We know from our newspapers... More > that corruption is everywhere and our public services are particularly vulnerable to the few who break our bond of trust. Occasionally it is our elected politicians that let us down. Lord Acton, a prominent historian of the Victorian era, once said in a letter to Mary Gladstone (daughter of the Prime Minister, William Gladstone, and his confidante and advisor). “I cannot accept your canon that we are to judge Pope and King unlike other men, with a favourable presumption that they did no wrong... Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority: still more when you add the tendency or the certainty of corruption by authority.”(Wikipedia) Whether you agree with Lord Acton or not we must always be prepared to take our leaders to task when they overstep the mark.< Less

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