East of England

The following is a selection of publications from East of England Ambulance Service:

 

Prothero, L.S. and Cooke, P. (2016) Mental health crisis in the pre-hospital setting, Emergency Medical Journal, 33(9), e8 – e9

Prothero, L.S. and Foster, T. (2015) Can the pre-hospital care of patients with comorbidity of sepsis and hyperglycaemia be improved? Diabetes Medicine, 32(S1), 199

Buswell, M., Amador, S., Goodman, C., Williams, J., Fleming, J., Lumbard, P. and Prothero, L. (2015) Does dementia matter: is dementia an important factor in 999 call-outs to older people? Emergency Medical Journal, 32(6), e14 – e15

Buswell, M., Fleming, J., Lumbard, P., Prothero, L., Amador, S. and Goodman, C. (2015) Difference between how ambulance service personnel use paper and electronic patient care records when attending older people at home, European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 22(2), 147 – 148

Buswell, M., Martin, S., Lee, C., Lumbard, P. and Prothero, L. (2015) Unplanned, urgent and emergency care: What are the roles EMS provide for older people with dementia? A literature review and narrative synthesis, Emergency Medical Journal, 32(5), e4

Buswell, M., Lumbard, P., Prothero, L., Lee, C., Martin, S., Fleming, J. and Goodman, C. (2014) Unplanned, urgent and emergency care: what are the roles that EMS plays in providing for older people with dementia? An integrative review of policy, professional recommendations and evidence Emergency Medical Journal, December 2 doi:10.1136/emermed-2014-203941