Culture and care in the swedish ambulancce services
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Culture and care in the swedish ambulancce services

Caroline Ahl Doctoral students, School of health science, University College of Borås, Sweden
Lena Hjälte Doctoral students, School of health science, University College of Borås, Sweden
Catharina Johansson Ambulance nurse, Greater Götesborg Fire and Rescue Services, Sweden
Birgitta Wîreklint-Sundström Assistant professors, School of health science, University College of Borås, Sweden
Anders Jonsson Assistant professors, School of health science, University College of Borås, Sweden
Björn-Ove Suserud Assistant professors, School of health science, University College of Borås, Sweden

BJÖRN-OVE SUSERUD and colleagues describe the pressures faced by ambulance service nurses and other staff and discuss the skills they need to cope

Nursing care in ambulance services is part of pre-hospital emergency care in Sweden.

Emergency Nurse. 13, 8, 30-37. doi: 10.7748/en2005.12.13.8.30.c1203

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