Providing a clear and concise overview of applied law and ethics to UK paramedic practice, this book brings together the essential principles from a range of perspectives. Written by paramedics, for paramedics, it includes chapters on information governance, mental capacity, clinical negligence, and medical research, with a specific focus on legislation and case law across the United Kingdom. Practical top tips are outlined in chapters focusing on paramedic use of social media, gaining consent, and the assessment and treatment of children. Realistic case studies prompt the reader to consider the legislation relating to mental health, medicines management as well as palliative and end-of-life care. Offering an introduction to the ethical principles underpinning healthcare delivery, this book also aims to help the reader develop, reflect and consider their own ethical perspectives. Law and Ethics for Paramedics is an essential resource for students and paramedics across the UK who wish to understand more about the legal and ethical principles of their practice.