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Student experiences of a paramedic clinical facilitator model during ambulance clinical placements: a qualitative study
Langford, Liam, James Pearce, and Shane Lenson. 2020. “Student Experiences of a Paramedic Clinical Facilitator Model During Ambulance Clinical Placements: A Qualitative Study.” EdArXiv. March 12. doi:10.35542/osf.io/nma5d. 

Ambulance clinical placements are an invaluable part of undergraduate paramedic education programs and give students that opportunity to integrate theory and practice. However, poor quality ambulance clinical placements caused by a range of negative aspects including, ineffective supervision, exclusion from patient management, unproductive downtime, and more, can lead to a negative learning experience. The authors of this study reported on a collaboration between an Australian university and an ambulance service that piloted a paramedic clinical facilitator for paramedic students during their ambulance clinical placements. 

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