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The record your personnel leave, reflects on the ...
The record your personnel leave, reflects on the professionalism of your organization. Patient care reports are the first place attorneys and regulatory agencies look when seeking to place liability. This training program helps you take steps to decrease your liability by teaching your employees how to write organized, professional reports. It also deals with special situations such as patient refusals, sudden death, crime scenes and child and elder abuse -- areas where your liability could increase even if you don't transport a patient.
This book breaks down the components of report giving and writing and provides instructors with a useful tool for training their personnel in proper written documentation and verbal reporting situations. It provides margin cues keyed to the text and helpful insights on presenting the program. Sample reports with analysis, useful for discussion groups, are provided.
|About the Author||vi|
|Preface to Instructor's Edition||xi|
|Section 1||Developing a Clear, Concise Report|
|1||Scenes from EMS||5|
|3||Purpose, Form, and Content of Written Reports||11|
|5||The Simplified EMS (SEMS) Format||19|
|6||The Report as a Resource in the Hospital||41|
|7||Ambulance-to-Hospital Radio Communication||45|
|8||Presenting the Case in the Emergency Department||51|
|9||Special Reporting Situations||55|
|Section 2||Sample Run Reports & Classroom Exercises|
|11||Run Report Forms||83|
|Section 3||Teaching the Program|
|13||Teaching the Programs||179|
|14||Run Report Notes for the Instructor||197|
|15||Sample Course Outlines||219|
|16||Report Critiques and Program Worksheets||237|
|Appendices, End Notes, Index|
|A||Common Deficiencies in Report Writing||251|
|B||105 CMR 170.240 Records||253|
|C||Process for Investigating Complaints||255|
Posted August 31, 2008
This book presents an organized approach for report writing tailored for the EMS professional. The Instructor's Edition lays out how to organize and deliver a course for students and also employees of EMS organizations. The case studies and sample reports can be used for training, or the agency can utilize their own reports and forms. This series is a worthwhile instructor resource. It can help trainers teach their employees better report organization and documentation which can help reduce liability issues while projecting a more professional image.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.