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Emergency Medical Services Systems Development. Lessons Learned from the United States of America for Developing Countries

$24.00 Latin America and the Caribbean / $32.00 Elsewhere

Description

Order code: OP 159

This text provides guidance to health care and public safety policy makers considering the development of a formal complex Emergency Medical Services System. The book is predicated on the experience and history of models commonly found in the United States and in many European countries, and analyzes and profiles common aspects of the core elements of those systems. It is anticipated that policy makers in: health and public safety ministries, national emergency commissions, nongovernmental organizations, and other bodies charged with the responsibility of establishing, overseeing, or providing EMS care can use this document as a frame of reference when designing their system's model.



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