Prehospital Practitioners

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Bereavement Support for Families and Professionals

Presented February 20, 2019 Fatality Review personnel, caregivers, and workers dealing with bereaved families often express their need to know more about how to communicate with and provide services for families following an infant or …

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Presented February 20, 2019 Fatality Review personnel, caregivers, and workers dealing with bereaved families often …

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Checklist Tool for Pediatric Disaster Preparedness: A Tool for State EMS Offices

The Pediatric Emergency Care Council (PECC) of the National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO) discerned a need for a simple tool to help State EMS Offices identify where possible gaps might still exist in …

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The Pediatric Emergency Care Council (PECC) of the National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO) …

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Checklist for Pediatric Equipment (MO Bureau of EMS)

From the Missouri Bureau of EMS

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From the Missouri Bureau of EMS

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Child Death Review 101

This session will focus on the fundamental basics for Child Death Review (CDR), including common team members and composition; best practices for selecting cases to review; process for conducting the review; the role of data; …

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This session will focus on the fundamental basics for Child Death Review (CDR), including common …

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Child Maltreatment a Sample Policy

Child Maltreatment, A Sample Policy for the Care of Children in the ED (includes information on how EMS providers can gather data to report to ED)

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Child Maltreatment, A Sample Policy for the Care of Children in the ED (includes information …

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Children with Special Health Care Needs - Reference Card

Reference card from New York EMSC (March 2003)

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Reference card from New York EMSC (March 2003)

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Children with Special Health Care Needs: Template for Prehospital Protocol Development

Abstract: There are 12 million children in the United States with special health care needs. Improvements in medical technology, managed care, and changing social views about the institutionalization of children have all contributed to an …

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Abstract: There are 12 million children in the United States with special health care needs. …

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Cognitive Skills

Cognitive skills are the core skills your brain uses to think and reason. Examples of these include use of the Pediatric Assessment Triangle (PAT) and interpretation of physical exam findings of acutely ill and injured …

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Cognitive skills are the core skills your brain uses to think and reason. Examples of …

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Communicating With Children and Families: From Everyday Interactions to Skill in Conveying Distressing Information (AAP)

Health care communication is a skill that is critical to safe and effective medical practice; it can and must be taught. Communication skill influences patient disclosure, treatment adherence and outcome, adaptation to illness, and bereavement. …

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Health care communication is a skill that is critical to safe and effective medical practice; …

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Communication Cards

These communication cards, originally created by the Minnesota EMSC Program, have been adapted by a few states. Each version is available here.

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These communication cards, originally created by the Minnesota EMSC Program, have been adapted by a …

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