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Research on the importance of paramedics and their perceptions of obstacles impeding their effectiveness as Emergency Medical Technicians in Saudi Arabia | Original Article

Bader Alharbi*, Ali Saad Alqarni, Ali Raja Alharbi, Abdullah Y Almalki, Turki Hassan Alasmari, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


The importance of paramedics as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) in Saudi Arabia cannot be overstated, as they play a crucial position in imparting immediate hospital therapy to people in emergencies. This study aims to research paramedics' perceptions regarding the obstacles that impede their effectiveness in delivering superb care. Through a comprehensive analysis of the demanding situations confronted by paramedics, inclusive of aid obstacles, schooling and training gaps, and logistical issues, this study seeks to shed light on the barriers that hinder their ability to respond efficiently to emergencies. Understanding these boundaries is essential for growing centered interventions and coverage reforms, which can decorate the competencies and overall effectiveness of paramedics in Saudi Arabia, in the end leading to stepped-forward emergency clinical services and higher effects for patients in need.