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ASTM F1560 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL DISPATCH MANAGEMENT Organization: ASTM
Date: 2000-10-10
Description: The scope of this practice includes: The entry level selection criteria for hiring emergency medical dispatchers; The orientation of new emergency medical dispatchers; Development of QA/QI mechanisms, management strategies and organizational structures for use within a comprehensive emergency medical dispatch system; Performance evaluation as a component of a comprehensive and ongoing quality assurance and risk management program for an emergency medical dispatch system; Development and provision of continuing dispatch education activities for the emergency medical dispatcher; Requirements for initial certification and recertification of the emergency medical dispatcher; Provision for comparative analysis between different EMD program approaches available to the EMS community that conform to established EMD practice standards prior to implementation of an emergency medical dispatch program; and Guidelines for implementation of an emergency medical dispatch program.
CRC - TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE AND - TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE AND SURGICAL EMERGENCIES Organization: CRC
Date: 2010-01-26
Description: Preface This book focuses on trauma, surgical critical care, and surgical emergencies. Each of these surgical subspecialties involves critically ill patients, who by virtue of their diseases require immediate attention by an expert surgeon as well as allocation of specific resources.
CRC - TRAUMA BRAIN INJ - TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY: REHABILITATION, TREATMENT, AND CASE MANAGEMENT - SECOND EDITION Organization: CRC
Date: 2003-12-29
Description: There have been few clinical advances made in emergency or intensive care management, most probably due to poor public awareness of TBI and poor research funding.
NBN - CEN/TR 15872 - HEALTH INFORMATICS - GUIDANCE ON PATIENT IDENTIFICATION AND CROSS-REFERENCING OF IDENTITIES Organization: NBN
Date: 2014-03-01
Description: The need to identify a person unambiguously is an important component for the interoperability of health information systems.Within healthcare there is an essential requirement for good quality information, not least to uniquely identify an individual to ensure that the appropriate and relevant care can be delivered irrespective of geography, time and situation.

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