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    This critical reflection focuses on the importance of a concise and structed handover from a pre-hospital setting to a hospital and explores the potential issues that an ineffective handover may present for patient care. Reflection is an essential part of our education as it helps highlight possible learning needs and allows us to make changes to our practice for our continued professional and personal development. I have chosen to use Gibbs Reflective Cycle (reference) as it provides a simple and structured method for reflective practice. This essay will not contain any identifiable information and has been anonymised to protect patient confidentiality. (reference) I was a Student Paramedic (SAP) working with a Newly Qualified Paramedic (NQP) en route to an elderly fall. However, we were diverted to a Category 1 call (C1) for a 22-year-old male who had been crushed and kicked in the chest by a cow at a farm. It was my turn to attend so I was running through my trauma primary survey and worst-case scenarios with my crewmate to 

    Small 36/38 inches (chest)
    Medium 40 inches (chest)
     Large 42 inches (chest)


    (Model is approximately 5'10 and is wearing size medium)