Abstract The paper illustrates a pilot study involving nurses and paramedic staff to evaluate a mobile platform for rendering and distributing emergengy care protocols. Its specific features were developed to simplify the consultation and reduce the factors that negatively affect the adherence to standards. The study was planned to last one month and two questionnaires are administered to the participants: one at the starting phase, pre-intervention, and one at the end, post-intervention. Here we report the results and considerations coming from the first administration.

Ambulance protocols: A mobile solution

LOSIOUK, ELEONORA;QUAGLINI, SILVANA;PERFETTI, FRANCESCA;LANZOLA, GIORDANO
2016

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Abstract The paper illustrates a pilot study involving nurses and paramedic staff to evaluate a mobile platform for rendering and distributing emergengy care protocols. Its specific features were developed to simplify the consultation and reduce the factors that negatively affect the adherence to standards. The study was planned to last one month and two questionnaires are administered to the participants: one at the starting phase, pre-intervention, and one at the end, post-intervention. Here we report the results and considerations coming from the first administration.
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