Party Paramedics - Netflix
Across the UK a culture of weekend binge drinking is in full swing. In the battle to deal with over a million drink-related casualties a year, mobile medical units, known as 'Booze Buses', are parking up in towns across the country in a bid to ease the pressure on overstretched A&Es. Filmed over a summer in one of Britain's hardest drinking towns Colchester, Essex, this documentary tells the story of one SOS Bus, using a mixture of fixed-camera and observational filming to tell the story of the volunteer paramedics and the patients they end up treating.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Party Paramedics - Paramedic - Netflix
A paramedic is a healthcare professional who responds to medical emergencies outside of a hospital. Paramedics mainly work as part of emergency medical services (EMS), most often in ambulances. The scope of practice of a paramedic varies among countries, but generally includes autonomous decision making around the emergency care of patients. In common usage, the term 'paramedic' refers to any emergency medical responder. In some countries, there is an official distinction between paramedics and emergency medical technicians among ambulance personnel, in which paramedics have additional qualifications and are accountable to a professional regulatory body.
Party Paramedics - Ukraine - Netflix
As a part of Emergency Medicine Reform in 2017 MOH of Ukraine introduced two specialties — paramedics and emergency medical technicians. In Ukraine a paramedic is a person with a level of education not lower than a junior bachelor of the field of knowledge “Healthcare” and the corresponding specialization. This means that after 11 years of school, in order to become a paramedic, he needs to study for another three years. For a person with basic nine-year education, the term of training will be four years. In Ukraine paramedics provide an ALS level of care. They work in ambulances with EMTs.
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