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Analysis of 9-1-1 call data from an emergency management perspective: A case study of the city of Lethbridge.

This article examines 9-1-1 call data of the City of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada over a year to find discernible spatial and temporal trends that may be useful to emergency response or better delivery of emergency management services. The spatial analysis includes Geographic Information Systems hotspot analysis of cellular and landline emergency calls with respect to critical (emergency and healthcare) facilities as well as emergency calls from residential landlines. The temporal analysis looks at hourly,...

Climate Change and Health: An Urgent Call to Academic Emergency Medicine.

There is consensus among 97% of scientists that anthropogenic climate change is occurring and international agreement of the grave threat it poses. A Lancet Commission declared climate change "the biggest global health threat of the 21 century" with "potentially catastrophic risk to human health." Emergency medicine (EM) is already on the frontlines as climate change directly affects our patients, clinical practice, and emergency departments (EDs). This presents EM with a profound leadership opportunity to ...

Help we are sinking! Stories from Norwegian dispatch centers on decision-making in unfamiliar and ambiguous situations.

The aim of this exploratory case study was to examine whether sensemaking processes may influence decision-making of emergency call center dispatchers when dealing with maritime crises. This article focuses on sensemaking and decision-making in an emergency services context using Norwegian operators as a case and reports on data collected from five focus-group interviews with emergency dispatchers at five different locations. Each focus group consisted of three dispatchers, representing the three main Norwe...

Improving emergency department trauma care in Fiji: Implementing and assessing the trauma call system.

The trauma team process was recently implemented at the Colonial War Memorial (CWM) Hospital, Suva. This study audits the trauma call procedure at the hospital over a period of 12 months.

Use of Telepsychiatry in Pediatric Emergency Room to Decrease Length of Stay for Psychiatric Patients, Improve Resident On-Call Burden, and Reduce Factors Related to Physician Burnout.

Our study aims to demonstrate through implementation of telepsychiatry for child psychiatry patients evaluated in the pediatric emergency room (PedsER); we can reduce length of stay (LOS) and reduce factors contributing to physician burnout through reduction of on-call travel burden.


To characterize key health indicators in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel and identify areas for intervention in order to ensure a strong and capable emergency health workforce.

Emergency department and hospital care prior to suicide: A population based case control study.

High proportions of those who die by suicide in Northern Ireland (NI) are not known to mental health services, making it important to understand contact with the wider health services. Previous research has not examined the patterns of emergency department (ED) attendance and hospital admissions amongst those who have died by suicide in NI.

Medical Student Perceptions of On-Call Modalities: A Focus Group Study.

Phenomenon: The call component of clerkship presents students with unique opportunities and challenges. Clerkship programs employ various call modalities, including traditional call, night float, and evening call. The impact of these call models on the student experience has not been explored in depth.

Development of AN On-site, Rapid, Environmental Radiation-distribution Monitoring System for Decision Making during a Radiation Emergency.

An on-site, rapid, measurement-based, radiation-distribution visualization system with radionuclide recognition was developed for quick decision making during a radiation emergency. After scanning of the area was complete, radionuclide-specific radiation-distribution contours were displayed in two and three dimensions on a map of the measurement area, in a few tens of seconds, by clicking once on an execution file, which was programmed using MathWorks' MATLAB software. The contours were fundamentally verifi...

Outcomes for patients who contact the emergency ambulance service and are not transported to the Emergency Department: a data linkage study.

Objectives Emergency ambulance services do not transport all patients to hospital. International literature reports non-transport rates ranging from 3.7%-93.7%. In 2017, 38% of the 11 million calls received by ambulance services in England were attended by ambulance but not transported to an Emergency Department (ED). A further 10% received clinical advice over the telephone. Little is known about what happens to patients following a non-transport decision. We aimed to investigate what happens to patients f...

The Making of a New Medical Specialty: A Policy Analysis of the Development of Emergency Medicine in India.

Medical specialization is an understudied, yet growing aspect of health systems in low- and middleincome countries (LMICs). In India, medical specialization is incrementally, yet significantly, modifying service delivery, workforce distribution, and financing. However, scarce evidence exists in India and other LMICs regarding how medical specialties evolve and are regulated, and how these processes might impact the health system. The trajectory of emergency medicine appears to encapsulate broader trends in ...

Health Information Exchange in Emergency Medical Services.

 The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has outlined the benefits of health information exchange in emergency medical services (EMSs) according to the model-, , , -developed in collaboration with the California Emergency Medical Services Authority.

Commentary: Neurosurgical Coverage for Emergency and Trauma Call.

Commentary: Neurosurgical Coverage for Emergency and Trauma Call.

The Effect of a Clinical Decision Support for Pending Laboratory Results at Emergency Department Discharge.

Health care systems often implement changes within the electronic health record (EHR) to improve patient safety and reduce medical errors.

Point-of-Care Ultrasonography (POCUS) in a Community Emergency Department: An Analysis of Decision Making and Cost Savings Associated With POCUS.

Point-of-care ultrasonography (POCUS) is an increasingly integral part of emergency medicine. This study investigated community emergency department physicians' choices regarding ultrasonography as a branch point in clinical decision making.

Should Artificial Intelligence Augment Medical Decision Making? The Case for an Autonomy Algorithm.

A significant proportion of elderly and psychiatric patients do not have the capacity to make health care decisions. We suggest that machine learning technologies could be harnessed to integrate data mined from electronic health records (EHRs) and social media in order to estimate the confidence of the prediction that a patient would consent to a given treatment. We call this process, which takes data about patients as input and derives a confidence estimate for a particular patient's predicted health care-...

Strengthening relationships: We all need a place to call home.

Call For Help! The Importance of Role Delineation in a Standardized Contrast Media Emergency Response Protocol.

With the use of intravenous contrast in medical imaging, radiologists and radiology personnel will inevitably encounter adverse events at their imaging facilities. At our institution, the stress of these emergency scenarios led to disorderly and unsafe responses by the staff. We present a quality improvement project, where our team addressed these unsafe emergency responses. Through explicit role delineation and standardization, we created an effective and efficient emergency response protocol that was repl...

Public Views on Using Mobile Phone Call Detail Records in Health Research: Qualitative Study.

Mobile phone call detail records (CDRs) are increasingly being used in health research. The location element in CDRs is used in various health geographic studies, for example, to track population movement and infectious disease transmission. Vast volumes of CDRs are held by multinational organizations, which may make them available for research under various data governance regimes. However, there is an identified lack of public engagement on using CDRs for health research to contribute to an ethically foun...

A cross-sectional study of partograph utilization as a decision making tool for referral of abnormal labour in primary health care facilities of Bangladesh.

In Bangladesh, female paramedics known as Family Welfare Visitors (FWVs), conduct normal deliveries in first-level primary care facilities, or Union Health and Family Welfare Centres (UH&FWC). Utilization of partographs allow for early identification of abnormal labour and referral for advanced care to Emergency Obstetric Care (EmOC) facilities. A systematic assessment of the quality of partograph utilization in clinical-decision making will contribute to understanding the use of the tool by health workers.

Women's reproductive health decision-making: A multi-country analysis of demographic and health surveys in sub-Saharan Africa.

Women's ability to make decisions regarding their reproductive health has important implications for their health and well-being. We studied the socio-demographic factors affecting reproductive health decision-making among women in 27 sub-Sahara African countries.

A Program for Local Health Departments to Adapt and Implement Evidence-Based Emergency Preparedness Programs.

The goal of this project was to enhance the capacity of local health departments to translate and implement evidence-based programs in emergency preparedness by using the Getting To Outcomes approach. Our evaluation determined that local health department staff reported improved capacities. A "Getting To Outcomes Guide for Community Emergency Preparedness" guidebook was produced and is available online. (Am J Public Health. Published online ahead of print September 27, 2018: e1-e3. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2018.304...

Nonstandard Advance Health Care Directives in Emergency Departments: Ethical and Legal Dilemma or Reality: A Narrative Review.

People have tattooed themselves for thousands of years, and it remains popular with various groups across mainstream society. Although many people choose tattoos that express their life philosophy, epic events in their life, or their personal mantra, the use of tattooing in medicine such as a "do not resuscitate" tattoo is increasingly becoming more common (; ). As these tattoos do not meet the legal requirements for an advance health directive, they are at best a guide to the person's wishes and at worst a...

Informed, Patient-Centered Decisions Associated with Better Health Outcomes in Orthopedics: Prospective Cohort Study.

A goal of shared decision making (SDM) is to ensure patients are well informed and receive preferred treatments. However, the relationship between SDM and health outcomes is not clear.

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