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When EMS Speaks, Who Is Listening?

Peter Coti, Rob Orman, MD, and Darren Braude, MD
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Lisa Chavez, RN and Kathy Garvin, RN
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Aaron G. -

We did a small study at our institution on methods of signover from EMS to ED teams (don't think it's been published yet). This method (ie: pause to let them give the story) was the one found to both minimize signover errors, and have the highest staff satisfaction.

Rob O -

Hey Aaron! Would you be able to share your study (methods, results, etc)? We have a follow up on this segment and I think that including more examples of effective programs would enrich the conversation.

Aaron G. -

I'll send you the contact info for the study lead - is there anyway I can get it to you without posting it publicly?

Bill Hinckley, MD -

Thanks for covering this topic! It's a huge issue in EM / EMS, and deserves continued discussion.

joel s. -

As a Rural Physician working in less than ideal environments I find that our relationships with EMS is crucial for us and for our patients and have found it they have a specific perspective that adds to the history which we all know is where the money is at. It can heighten or lessen your level of concern appropriately and should never ever be Sidelines thanks for this great piece

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