East of England Pre-hospital Emergency Care

Siriwardena, A., Asghar, Z., Lord, B., Pocock, H., Phung, V., Foster, T., Williams, J., and Snooks, H. (2018).  Patient and clinician factors associated with prehospital pain treatment and outcomes: cross sectional study. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 37(2), 266-271.

Hoare, S., Kelly, M.P., Prothero, L. and Barclay, S. (2018) Ambulance staff and end-of-life hospital admissions: A qualitative interview study, Palliative Medicine, 32(9), 1465 – 1473. 

Prothero, L.S. and Wagner, A.P. (2019) Does ambulance care offer improved patient outcomes in diabetic ketoacidosis? Diabetic Medicine, 36 (S1), 79

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

Buswell, M., Fleming, J., Lumbard, P., et al. (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.

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