Blood, Sweat and Tea

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Blood, Sweat and Tea

Post by falkor » Fri Apr 04, 2008 11:23 pm

Blood, Sweat and Tea: By Richard Monks, adapted from Tom Reynolds's book of the same name. Paramedic Paul Masters's night shift suddenly changes from boredom to high drama.

I listened to this on Radio Four on the way back down the M42/ M25 tonight :mrgreen: wicked programme

you can listen to it too on the link above Image

really puts you into the picture as far as ambulance crews go

Chan do you know about it? 10/10 from me anyway!!

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Re: Blood, Sweat and Tea

Post by Chan76 » Sat Apr 05, 2008 6:29 pm

Hey Falk

Had a listen to it this evening, really good stuff! :D
( prob now is you got me working my way through their online library... :lol: )

Have a few friends that are paramedics, certainly a job you gotta respect. Think it really takes something really special to able to do it!

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Re: Blood, Sweat and Tea

Post by falkor » Mon Apr 07, 2008 6:36 pm

online library? I wonder if 'Blood and Sweat' will go into that, it's definitely worthy. Yes I agree with you about the something special Chan

I have done so many first aid courses, I must have done something like 20 all told and I still find the course a complete minefield each time :oops:

The last one I went on we actually had to use a defibrillator :o never had that before, have you Chan? :?:

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Re: Blood, Sweat and Tea

Post by Chan76 » Tue Apr 08, 2008 6:35 am

falkor wrote: The last one I went on we actually had to use a defibrillator :o never had that before, have you Chan? :?:
Stuck a 9v battery on my tounge if that counts...... :lol:

First aid is such a mine field, especailly for those of us that are just first aiders, you can possibly do more damage than good ( especailly as so far apart between refresher courses ). And societys blame culture now, anything serious, would you put your self in a postion where you could possibly be sued for the wrong action?

There are some i know that i wouldn't trust with a plaster, let alone anything else......

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