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Human factors in prehospital research: lessons from the PARAMEDIC trial
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    Pocock et al present fascinating insight to the challenges of the pre -hospital environment for undertaking clinical trials (Human factors in pre hospital research: lessons from the PARAMEDIC trial Pocock H, et al, Emerg Med J 2016; 33: 562-568) which explain the lack of clear strategies of the implementation of research protocol on this issue. The need for strong relationships between teams brings into focus the potenti...

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