International Journal of First Aid Education

Mission

Venn diagramThe International Journal of First Aid Education (IJFAE) disseminates scholarly and field based works to advance the knowledge and practices of first aid educators and curriculum designers. Works published may also assist funders, organizations, and governments to identify networks and best practices to inform policy, laws, and measurements surrounding first aid for the preparedness of individuals, communities, and populations.

This peer-reviewed bi-annual scholarly journal publishes significant evidence-based first aid education research findings, articulates unique and innovative ideas in first aid, challenges current practices and proposed changes, and disseminates information about the latest and best use of educational technologies, modalities, and outcomes measurement. The journal seeks to inspire new researchers and network professionals around the world with the common purpose of increasing helping behaviors during health emergencies for volunteer and professional rescuers. This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. We encourage you to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author.

Journal ISSN: 2514-7153

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Volume 4 Issue 1

Editorial

Letter from the Editor

Articles

First Aid Guidelines for Allergic Reaction, Seizure and Diabetic Emergency: Educational Approach and Adaptation

First aid guidelines for Bites and Stings: Educational Approach & Adaptation

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Cochrane First Aid: The Next Step Towards Evidence-based First Aid

Is Continuous Chest Compression CPR by Untrained Bystanders More Effective than Conventional CPR with Rescue Breathing?

Case Support for Compression-only CPR: St. John Ambulance