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Bad for patients, bad for paramedics: ambulance ramping is a symptom of a health system in distress

By Malcolm Boyle, Academic Lead in Paramedic Education and Program Director Paramedicine Programs, Griffith University
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Long lines of ambulances have hit the headlines in recent weeks. But ‘ramping’ isn’t a new problem for patients or paramedics. COVID means we must fix it now.

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