EMSC Stakeholders

Content in this area is sorted for EMSC Stakeholders. EMSC stakeholders are all participants in the EMS system, including patients and families, and all recipients of Emergency Medical Services for Children funding through the Heath Resources & Service Administration (HRSA).

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ED Toolkit

The NPRP Toolkit content is organized by the seven domains of pediatric readiness: Administration and Coordination; Healthcare Provider Competencies; Quality Improvement; Policies and Procedures; Patient Safety; Support Services; and Equipment, Supplies, and Medications. The tools …

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Disaster Hospital State Partnerships Trauma

The NPRP Toolkit content is organized by the seven domains of pediatric readiness: Administration and …

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Disaster Preparedness

The EIIC Disaster Domain seeks to support EMSC grantees and stakeholders to better prepare for disasters in a way that takes the specific needs of children into consideration. We offer a variety of resources and …

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Disaster Prehospital

The EIIC Disaster Domain seeks to support EMSC grantees and stakeholders to better prepare for …

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Pediatric Readiness

Children have unique physiological, emotional, and developmental characteristics that require specialized emergency care. Pediatric Readiness is ensuring that every EMS agency and emergency department has the pediatric-specific champions, competencies, policies, equipment, and other resources needed …

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Disaster Hospital Prehospital State Partnerships Trauma

Children have unique physiological, emotional, and developmental characteristics that require specialized emergency care. Pediatric Readiness …

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National Pediatric Readiness Project

Didn't have a chance to take the 2021 national assessment?OR do you want to reassess your emergency department?Take the 2021 NPRP Assessment here. The National Pediatric Readiness Project is a multi-phase quality improvement initiative to …

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Didn't have a chance to take the 2021 national assessment?OR do you want to reassess …

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Disaster Preparedness

Although not an EMSC performance measure, disaster preparedness can be an important aspect of your EMSC State Partnership Program. While attention has been focused on disaster preparedness since September 11, 2001, resource allocations have been …

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Disaster

Although not an EMSC performance measure, disaster preparedness can be an important aspect of your …

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Readiness Checklist & Toolkit

The National Pediatric Readiness Project (NPRP) is a national quality improvement initiative co-led by the Health Resources Services Administration’s (HRSA) Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Program, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College …

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The National Pediatric Readiness Project (NPRP) is a national quality improvement initiative co-led by the …

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Assessment

The NPRP assessment includes questions for hospital EDs around: This assessment can only be completed once per ED; we strongly encourage ED nurse managers to review it with their ED leadership before submitting their responses …

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The NPRP assessment includes questions for hospital EDs around: This assessment can only be completed …

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ED Checklist

This checklist is based on the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), and Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) 2018 joint policy statement “Pediatric Readiness in the Emergency Department”. Use this tool …

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This checklist is based on the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), American College of Emergency …

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