WHAT IS THE PREHOSPITAL CARE PROGRAMME?
King’s College London Emergency Medicine Society (KCL EMS) is home to the KCL Prehospital Care Programme (PCP), where medical/nursing students can go on observation shifts with the London Ambulance Service and at King’s College Hospital Emergency Department.
Paramedics from LAS have kindly mentored our students, introducing them to the world of Prehospital Medicine and Emergency Care. This has allowed the next generation of KCL doctors and nurses to experience real emergencies and to learn about and appreciate the discipline of Paramedic Science. Since the PCP has started, students have been to countless emergencies in London including stabbings, shootings, road traffic accidents, persons hit by trains, heart attacks, strokes, drug overdoses, cardiac arrests and even delivering babies!
HOW TO APPLY?
Currently the PCP is only open to medical and nursing students from King’s College London, unfortunately due to medical insurance reasons, we do not currently offer observation shifts to midwifery/other AHP students, intercalating or visiting students.
To apply to the PCP, please click on the appropriate link below: