A New Peer-Reviewed Academic Journal for Paramedicine

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Michael R. Gunderson, EMT-P (Ret.), FAEMS
Michael Touchstone, BS, FACPE, Paramedic

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Gunderson, M., & Touchstone, M. (2022). A New Peer-Reviewed Academic Journal for Paramedicine. International Journal of Paramedicine, (1), 9–11. https://doi.org/10.56068/BRQM7048


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