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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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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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Disaster Hospital State Partnerships Trauma

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

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Coalition Building Toolkit

A coalition is an alliance of diverse groups joined together for the purpose of affecting a specific change or achieving a goal that they would be otherwise unable to realize as independent individuals or separate …

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Advocacy Hospital Prehospital State Partnerships

A coalition is an alliance of diverse groups joined together for the purpose of affecting …

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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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Emergency Department Pediatric Performance Measures Toolkit

Assessing the quality of medical care and identifying opportunities for improvement of care is an important responsibility of medical professionals, as well as all health care facilities. Though children account for 20% of emergency care …

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Hospital Prehospital Quality Improvement Research

Assessing the quality of medical care and identifying opportunities for improvement of care is an …

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National Pediatric Readiness Project

Thank you for participating in the 2021 national assessment. 3,647 emergency departments across the county responded to the assessment. View national and state response rates here. The National Pediatric Readiness Project is a multi-phase quality …

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Disaster Hospital Prehospital State Partnerships Trauma

Thank you for participating in the 2021 national assessment. 3,647 emergency departments across the county …

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Pediatric Equipment Toolkit

Without the necessary pediatric medical equipment and supplies, healthcare professionals are limited in the quality of care they can provide to our nation’s children. It is thus imperative that prehospital emergency care providers, emergency department …

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Hospital Prehospital Trauma

Without the necessary pediatric medical equipment and supplies, healthcare professionals are limited in the quality …

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Pediatric Readiness

Pediatric Readiness is ensuring that every EMS agency and emergency department has the right equipment, supplies, medications and training to provide high-quality emergency care for children. Every Child. Every Day. It is addressing system-level issues—policies, …

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Pediatric Readiness is ensuring that every EMS agency and emergency department has the right equipment, …

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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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Disaster Hospital State Partnerships Trauma

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

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Telehealth Collaborative

The Telehealth Collaborative Community of Practice will kick off October 26th at 3:00 CT and is open to everyone! Save the date on your calendar and click here to join us! The EMS for Children …

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Hospital Prehospital Quality Improvement State Partnerships Trauma

The Telehealth Collaborative Community of Practice will kick off October 26th at 3:00 CT and …

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