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Pediatric Ems Survey Invitation Letter Phase One

Pediatric Ems Survey Invitation Letter Phase One

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Published by Gary Walter
We need 200 more participants before we can move on to Round 2, so please tell ALL your EMS professional friends about this opportunity to win one of 10 iPads we are giving away!

Participating is as easy as emailing storc@ohsu.edu and then clicking on the survey link that we email to you.

Again, thank you for your time and participation, and for your dedication to children and EMS.

Children’s Safety Initiative-EMS Research Team: Nanette Yandell, MPH, Kathryn Dickinson, MPH, and Caitlin Summers, MPH
We need 200 more participants before we can move on to Round 2, so please tell ALL your EMS professional friends about this opportunity to win one of 10 iPads we are giving away!

Participating is as easy as emailing storc@ohsu.edu and then clicking on the survey link that we email to you.

Again, thank you for your time and participation, and for your dedication to children and EMS.

Children’s Safety Initiative-EMS Research Team: Nanette Yandell, MPH, Kathryn Dickinson, MPH, and Caitlin Summers, MPH

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Invitation to Participate in a National EMS Study
: Children’s Safety Initiative in EMS
 
A research project at OHSU invites you to participate in a national EMS Child Patient SafetySurvey to develop national safety indicators and guidelines for the pre-hospital EMS care of children.Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), in partnership with the National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP), the National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO), theEMSC National Resource Center, EMS Medical Directors Consortium (Eagles), and theAmerican Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Subcommittee on EMS, is beginning an NIH-fundedresearch study of the safety and quality of pre-hospital EMS care for children. We are lookingfor expert opinions from:EMTsPhysiciansMedical DirectorsProgram Managers & DirectorsBy participating in this study, you will help identify key issues involved in such care and yourinput may lead to changes in national guidelines and standards of care in childrens EMS. Yourexperience in EMS gives you unique expertise and perspective on this issue, and we hope youwill consider participating.In addition to your participation, we would appreciate your help to identify others with aninterest in this project; please forward this e-mail to colleagues whom you feel are qualified toshare their experiences.This study uses a Delphi technique, which is a series of 3 web-based questionnaires designedto identify important topics and/or themes by professionals. Each person on the panelcompletes all 3 questionnaires during the study in order to reach consensus among groupmembers. The first online questionnaire consists of about 50 questions that should take nomore than 30 minutes. After all panel members have completed the first questionnaire, we willconsolidate the findings and use this information to develop the second questionnaire for youto complete. We will repeat this one last time to arrive at a final consensus among experts. If you complete all 3 rounds of the Delphi process, you will be eligible for a drawing to win oneof 10 iPads.We will ask for your name, e-mail address, and other contact information in thequestionnaires; however, this is for participant tracking only. All of your information will bekept confidential and all data will be aggregated and unidentifiable in subsequent reports.

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