Sources: Hummel, Puchalski, Greech, & Weiss, 2008; Illinois Emergency Medical Services for Children
(EMSC), 2013; Malviya, Voepel-Lewis, Burke, Merkel, & Tait, 2006; Stinton, Kavanagh, Yamada, Gill, & Stevens, 2006; Wong & Baker, 1988.
In an effort to improve the quality of pediatric emergency medical systems, some state legislatures have enacted statutes that require emergency health care facilities to provide additional training and pediatric emergency equipment.(16) New Jersey enacted the first Emergency Medical Services for Children
statute in 1992.(17)
The "all-hazard" readiness of health care delivery today requires a different thinking than the more than 20 years ago when the Congress first recognized the need for and mandated the federal Emergency Medical Services for Children
The former has chapters entitled "Emergency Medical Services for Children
" and "Trauma Resuscitation" that were not included in the first version and not addressed by separate chapters in this study guide.
The investigators are part of the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN), the first federally funded network in Emergency Medical Services for Children
The Emergency Medical Services for Children
(EMS-C) also endorses family presence during the resuscitation of a child (National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, 2000).
The House has passed, 390-1, the Wakefield Act to reauthorize the Emergency Medical Services for Children
The project was accomplished under the direction of SPN and was supported by a grant from the Emergency Medical Services for Children
, The Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, Public Health Service, and the U.S.
For example, the administration's proposed budget would eliminate funding for the Emergency Medical Services for Children
program, which helps fund ambulance and emergency department (ED) care for critically ill and injured children.