I use Mcgraw Hill Paramedic Pratice Today. I only teach intro and only require volume 1, I have added to that Thibeou and Pattons The Human Body in Health and Disease for anatomy and physiology. The both have…"
"I like and have used Brady's books. They have a single text and also a 5 volume text. They are published by Pearson/Prentice Hall.
By Bryan E. Bledsoe, Robert S. Porter, Richard A. Cherry
Pub. Date: May 7, 2010 by Prentice Hall."
"Because the majority of UK courses are now university based, they tend to adopt journals and other relevant information as an evidence base rather than having a core textbook.
We have a UK version of both the Nancy Caroline and the Mosby…"
What text books are common for the various Paramedic training programs in the UK? Where I live, in Norway, Mosby's Paramedic text book seems to be the common core reference text book. In addition comes specific books for a/p, pharmacology, ethics, communication, and more. c!See More
I've heard a lot of good about Nancy Caroline's book. Heard she died (?) and that the sixth edition is written by somebody else. Have you read the original (1995?), or the updated one (2007)? Or the british version?
"Carl, I've always been an advocate of Nancy Caroline. You have to love her style. Down to earth & refreshing. Very good medically of course.
I love Will Chapleau in person, but his books are just not what you…"
Which foundation textbook do you find the best for Paramedic students, and why? With a quick scan I found these:Mosby's Paramedic TextbookParamedic Practice Today: Above and BeyondNancy Caroline's Emergency Care in the Streets, Sixth EditionNancy Caroline's Emergency Care in the Streets - UK VersionSanders Paramedic Textbook - New UK 4th EditionDo you know of any others? Best regards, CarlSee More