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Maintaining a gold standard in mobile student training

St John provides ambulance services for approximately 85% of New Zealand's population. Each year, more than 900 paid and 2,860 volunteer St. John Ambulance Officers help thousands of locals and visitors with emergency and non emergency ambulance services. [read more]
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Maintaining a gold standard in mobile student training

St. John provides ambulance services for approximately 85% of New Zealand's population.   Read more ›

Making use of wireless manikins

The Tasmanian Ambulance Service makes the most of wireless simulation to create true-to-life emergency...   Read more ›

Advancing quality and access to emergency care in remote locations

The Weisses Kreuz EMS has a strong focus on quality assurance and hence on thorough training.   Read more ›

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Resusci Baby QCPR

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