Clive Haddrell Cert Ed MSET

Clive Haddrell Cert Ed MSET

NHS Paramedic Tutor, NHS Ambulance Emergency Driving Tutor, FAETC 1&2, Cert/Ed, D32, D33. Manual Handling Tutor (RoSPA) and Member of the Society for Education and Training. I have over thirty years experience with the former Avon Ambulance Service NHS Trust, and recently with Great Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust. My experience includes the role of paramedic tutor, rapid response motorcycle paramedic. For the last 25years paramedic advisor to the well-known BBC television program "Casualty".

ATMIST Flyer ThumbnailsMany NHS ambulance services and hospitals now promote the use of ATMIST in patient handover situations, as it facilities a rapid, accurate handover.

 

It also significantly improves communication with medical practitioners, ambulance crews and emergency departments.

Engae first aid trainerIf you're looking for a first aid or resuscitation training company to work with your business, it's important to know the questions to ask to ensure you're getting the best quality standards and value for money.

 

It's also vital that the training you received enables your clinical and non-clinical GP or Dental practice staff to be able the best standards of care in a medical emergency should one ever occur.

hands on first aidLearning how to save someone's life should be pretty high up your staff training agenda. But what should you look for when searching for a first aid training provider for your business?

 

On top of that, how can you be absolutely sure they’re going to give the right standard of training and will be able to engage your team?

Temp-Falling-125x84Well in England it’s extremely low...

 

About 8.6% compared to Norway’s 25%. And on top of that worrying fact less than 10% of people in the UK survive a cardiac arrest and about 80% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occur in people's homes (not doctors surgeries, public areas or places of work).

Rugby-Club-iStock 000003152247XSmallIt's evident from the recent pitch-side incident involving the footballer Fabrice Muamba, that the sooner treatment is administered during a medical or trauma emergency the better. In addition, if treated by an expertly trained medical team, the chances of a good recovery are high.

AEDWith so many types of defibrillators on the market, I often get asked 'which one should I choose?'. In this article, Clive Haddrell, Managing Director at First Response explores the virtues of shopping around for an AED.

Saturday, 18 February 2012

Should I call for an Ambulance?

Ambulance-croppedWhether you are an experienced first aider or not, finding yourself in a situation that requires some first aid to be administered requires you to keep calm and make informed decisions:

Medical Priority Dispatch System (MPDS) requires the ambulance service call handler to ask you a systematized series of key questions. These questions allow the system to categorize the call by the chief complaint (What is wrong with the patient). The 999 call is then automatically categorized as to the level of response by the ambulance service.

Wednesday, 31 August 2011

BBC 'Casualty' Paramedic Advisor

first response with casualtyBBC Medical Drama 'Casualty 'it's been 26 years in production and still going strong. How did I get involved? When I was a training officer for the Avon Ambulance Service NHS Trust, the BBC came to see about hiring our ambulances for what we thought was going to be an of episode about a night shift at A & E Department. We thought wrong!

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

First Aiders - Quality or Quantity?

I have been involved in training first aiders since 1982 whilst as a training officer with the Avon Ambulance Service and now with my training company First Response. I have always had great respect for first aiders taking on this important position within their organisation, however! Do organisations select the right people for these courses and what selection criteria have they if any?

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