LATEST EDITION

SUMMER 2021

FEATURES

  • One NT Ambo assaulted on the job every 5 days

  • Tributes for QLD Ambos after fatal crash

  • In-home paramedics blazing a new trail

  • People Matter Survey results

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PREVIOUS EDITIONS

WINTER 2021

FEATURES

  • NSW paramedics still lowest paid in the country

  • Helping Indigenous Australians become paramedics

  • Regional ambos at breaking point

  • AEAV Support

  • Ramping leaves RFDS patients stuck in shed for hours

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AUTUMN 2021

FEATURES

  • SA Ambos, Firies Rally for More Resources

  • NSW Ambulance Call Taker Abuse

  • Queenslanders Cramming Emergency Departments with GP Queries

  • Travel Allowance Dispute Remains Unsolved

  • Triple 0 Mental Health Calls in Victoria

  • Congratulations Lisa Munday

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SUMMER 2020

FEATURES

  • New Zealand Special Report

  • Paramedic found not guilty

  • Paramedics have on of Australia’s most dangerous jobs

  • Don’t let ketamine cost you your job!

  • Update on COVID trainees and delayed inservice

  • Your right to representation

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WINTER-SPRING 2020

FEATURES

  • Leon Cartledge

  • My day starts the night before

  • Time for the government to take over New Zealand ambulance services

  • Pandemic Kindness Movement

  • The politics of a COVID-19 vaccine

  • I’m an ambo, and I’ve got symptoms

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AUTUMN-WINTER 2020

FEATURES

  • NSW paramedics denied leave to help fight fires

  • What does Australia’s bushfire smoke mean for your health?

  • Paramedics and emergency service workers enduring assault daily

  • 10 Years of Ambulance Active

  • The voluntary assisted dying legislation passed in Western Australia

  • Keep our paramedics safe at work

  • Henry Sienkiewicz

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NOVEMBER 2019

FEATURES

  • NSW Bureau of Health quarterly report

  • Body cameras to protect our paramedics

  • Paramedic assault

  • Fair wage for paramedics in New Zealand

  • Private or public health insurance?

  • What to do before the ambulance arrives

  • The importance of first aid

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JULY 2019

FEATURES

  • We are better together…

  • Ramping: why change needs to happen now

  • Who is going to answer the call?

  • The importance of understanding mental health in emergency services officers

  • Say no to abuse

  • Ambulance Victoria’s response to the Victorian Ombudsman’s report

  • Is an ambulance needed?

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FEBRUARY 2019

FEATURES

  • SA Unions tired of ramping “talkfest”

  • Stadium Stomp

  • QGAir reaches in-principal agreement

  • Health and Wellbeing

  • Eye movement and desensitisation

  • WA Country Ambulance Services

  • WA bargaining concludes

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