Delivery of ambulance service by volunteers in Victoria, Australia: an ethical dilemma?
The Alexandra District Ambulance Service is the only volunteer-based ambulance service in Victoria, Australia. It provides an opportunity to reflect on the ethical issues surrounding the delivery of ambulance service by volunteers, and its impact on the community.
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