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Useful Websites & Video Clips:


N.B. Please be aware that most of the following sites are US or UK based. Therefore, the protocols and procedures shown may differ in some respects from Irish CPGs.  In all cases PHECC CPGs will take preference. If in doubt consult your Instructors.

These sites are suggested as additional study aids to help you broaden and deepen your knowledge of the various body systems and the skills taught at your classes. They should not be used as a substitute for your prescribed textbooks, course notes or in-class materials.

They may also prove useful to you as points of reference and revision after you finish your time with us.


 -   The US Journal of Emergency Medicine (JEMS)   
   Internationally recognised website contains useful video clips and articles on developments in emergency pre-hospital care.  
 -   EMS1   
   A site with news articles, videos and quizzes on emergency pre-hospital care.   
 -   PHECC   
   The Irish pre-hospital emergency care regulator.   
 -   Paramedic EMS Zone   
   A US-based site with some useful Paramedic revision available free.   
 -   EMT EMS Zone   
   A US-based site with some useful EMT revision available free.   
 -   Jones & Bartlett Learning   
   A US-based publisher of text books on pre-hospital emergency care.   
 -   National Register of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT)   
   The US national register pre-hospital emergency care.   
 -   EKG Resource   
   An ECG practise website with useful exercises and tests.   
 -   Dr. Smith's ECG Blog   
   Another useful site with exercises and tests for 12-Lead interpretation.   
 -   Heartpoint Arrhythmias   
   A site that deals with cardiac arrhythmias and how to recognise them. For the beginner.   
 -   Trauma Medic   
   A really entertaining site with exercises for everyone from beginners to the most experienced.  Loads on anatomy and physiology.   
 -   Inner Body   
   An interactive site dealing with anatomy and physiology. Good for basic anatomy and getting a feel for how it all 'fits' together.   
 -   UK Ambulance Technician Study   
   A free UK website providing useful study and revision aids on aspects of the UK IHCD Ambulance Technician Training Programme.   
 -   Smart Medic   
   A US site with hundreds of MCQs. Although some are not relevant to your CPGs in Ireland the vast majority are relevant.   
 -   EMT Resource   
   A US site with helpful study notes definitions, anatomy, acronyms and other useful background on EMT and Paramedic level interventions.   
 -   Pronunciation Site   
   Brilliant site on how to pronounce something. Especially medical terminology - avoid the pain of mispronouncing those long words!