A new book, the ABC of Prehospital Emergency Medicine, edited by Tim Nutbeam and Matthew Boylan has been released this month. The book is written for doctors (emergency physicians, general practitioners), nurses and paramedics training in prehospital emergency health care.
It includes a final chapter on ‘Research and development in Prehospital Emergency Medicine‘ written by Profs. Suzanne Mason (Sheffield University) and Niro Siriwardena (University of Lincoln).
The text includes 38 chapters covering a wide scope of causative factors, clinical conditions, and patients seen in this setting and as the editors state in their preface, seeks to provide an “accessible, cutting edge, expert opinion on core PHEM topics”.