Paramedics need better care for accumulated stress

June 21, 2019 Ambulance Employees Association: Scoping Literature Reviews drawing on qualitative literature to address the physical, psychological, psychobiological, and psychosocial health of...

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SA RAMPING – PHIL PALMER AMBULANCE EMPLOYEES ASSOC. RDB081118 08/11/2018

November 8, 2018 Yesterday, Phil Palmer joined Roo and Ditts on Triple M Adelaide breakfast to shed light on the worrying issue, saying that it “very, very rarely happened at the old Royal...

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Victoria Square Rally 08/10/2010

October 8, 2010 Victoria Square Rally held on the 8th October 2010. Phil Palmer from the Ambulance Employees Association....

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AMBULANCE FEES UP, AMBULANCE SERVICE DELIVERY DOWN – THE PUBLIC ARE PAYING MORE BUT GETTING LESS

June 17, 2019 MEDIA RELEASE AMBULANCE FEES UP, AMBULANCE SERVICE DELIVERY DOWN – THE PUBLIC ARE PAYING MORE BUT GETTING LESS Whilst the State Government slipped through an increase to the cost of...

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Ambos warn of winter disaster ahead as flu cases climb

May 28, 2019 Some patients are waiting more than 10 hours for an ambulance as paramedics battle to cope with a severe staff shortage, a union boss says. As the flu death toll continues to climb,...

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Review of SA Ambulance Service patient deaths finds harm was likely ‘preventable’

February 25, 2019 A review of 17 “patient safety incidents” — including nine deaths in South Australia’s ambulance system — has concluded that in 14 cases, people may have suffered...

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Paramedics term worst case of ramping at FMC as elderly woman waited eight hours in ambulance

February 19, 2019 SHOCKING footage has emerged of a patient viciously abusing ambulance staff who were trying to help him. An elderly woman was forced to wait eight hours in an ambulance in what paramedics...

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Paramedics term worst case of ramping at FMC as elderly woman waited eight hours in ambulance

February 19, 2019 An elderly woman was forced to wait eight hours in an ambulance in what paramedics have described as the worst case of ramping ever seen in South Australia. SA Ambulance Employees...

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New RAH emergency department

February 11, 2019 Up to 40 per cent of staff have said they would not want to be treated in the area’s hospitals....

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Ambulance union to take SA Health to court over increased workload

February 8, 2019 The union representing South Australian paramedics has launched legal action against SA Health and the SA Ambulance Service (SAAS) because of increased overtime and on call pressures....

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