Dan Farnworth brings vividly to life his astonishing experiences as a medic working on the frontline of the UK Ambulance Service. When the 999 call goes out, he has little idea what he will find - and how he will cope with the challenges he faces when he gets there. Having worked in the emergency services for more than 15 years, Dan Farnworth has seen it all. He is the founder of Our Blue Light, a campaign to raise awareness of mental health issues in the emergency services, and won the ITV NHS Heroes Award for Mental Health Champion of the Year.
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999 [large print] : my life on the front line of the ambulance service / Dan Farnworth with Benjamin Dirs.
Nine nine nine
Large print edition.
Rearsby, Leicester : WF Howes Ltd, 2020.
xi, 273 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.
Standard print edition originally published: London: Simon & Schuster.
Farnworth, Dan--Career in emergency medicine.
Allied health personnel--Great Britain.
Emergency medical technicians--Great Britain.
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