Irish Journal of Paramedicine

15/09/2020: We would like to thank all authors, reviewers, and editors for their patience and commitment over the past number of months. While our review and editorial processes were impacted, we are now in a position to resume business under normal timelines. Authors can expect responses in the coming days to review processes. We again thank you for your continued patience. If you have an upcoming submission or review deadline and would like an extension or if you'd like more information about the status of your submission please e-mail the editorial office.

30/03/2020: We would like to acknowledge that many contributing editors, authors, and reviewers are prioritising their work related to the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, we expect the review process at the Irish Journal of Paramedicine to be delayed. The ever changing nature of this global crisis does not allow us to accurately estimate how long our review process will take. We would like to assure you that the IJP is continuing to review new and revised submissions. We thank you for your continued patience. If you have an upcoming submission or review deadline and would like an extension or if you'd like more information about the status of your submission please e-mail the editorial office.

The Irish Journal of Paramedicine (IJP) is an open access, peer-reviewed, international journal dedicated to advancing and promoting the science of paramedicine, prehospital care, research, education, policy, management and operational delivery, with a focus on Irish research.

It is free to read, and free to publish in the IJP. We do not charge any fees of any kind. Registering as a user of the site is optional - all content can be accessed without a user account.

The Irish Journal of Paramedicine (IJP) is the official journal of the Irish College of Paramedics, the professional body for Irish prehospital emergency care practitioners.


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The views expressed by the authors of articles published in the Irish Journal of Paramedicine are not necessarily those of the Irish College of Paramedics or the IJP editorial board and should not be quoted as such.

This journal adheres to all recommendations and guidelines of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) and the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).