The Australasian Journal of Paramedicine (AJP) is an open access, peer-reviewed, international journal to advance and promote the science of prehospital care research, management, education, clinical practice, policy, and service delivery, as well as providing a forum to respond to the professional interests of the multidisciplinary prehospital care community.
The Australasian Journal of Paramedicine (AJP) is the official international journal of Paramedics Australasia (PA), the peak professional body for paramedics across Australasia.
Current Issue: Volume 11, Issue 3 (2014)
Operational aspects of health care delivery at World Youth Day 2008: Lessons learnt by an emergency management organisation
Didier Moutia, Jamie Ranse, and Helen Banu-Lawrence
A systems approach to learning, practice and reflection in emergency primary health care: Student perspectives
Daniel Mellifont, Nigel Barr, and Peter Dunn
An Australian story: paramedic education and practice in transition
Kylie O'Brien, Amber Moore, David A. Dawson, and Peter R. Hartley
Student Paramedic Attitudes Towards the Elderly: A cross-sectional study
Linda Ross, Tom Duigan, Malcolm Boyle, and Brett Williams