Rotational Paramedic Model Impacting on Non-conveyance

Working in collaboration with the Urgent and Emergency Care theme we have evaluated whether paramedics who have rotated into primary care are non-conveying a higher proportion of patients than those who have not.

We determined the trend using interrupted time series and conducted a simple Cost Effectiveness analysis.

More information and further contact

Read further about this research here: “The effect of a specialist paramedic primary care rotation on appropriate nonconveyance decisions (SPRAINED) study: a controlled interrupted time series analysis”.

For more information on this project, contact Tracey Young at