Creating a unique taxonomy for Australasian Paramedic Clinical Guidelines

Sonja Maria, Marc Colbeck

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Abstract

There are 10 state-run ambulance services in Australia and New Zealand, all of which are members of the Council of Ambulance Authorities (CAA). These CAA services use nine unique sets of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) to direct the care that their paramedics deliver to patients. Although there are many similarities in these guidelines there are also notable differences in both structure and content. This paper is a comparative analysis of these CAA CPGs that contrasts the differences in organisation and also discusses the similarities and differences between the various CPGs themselves. This comparison was done as a preparatory exercise for the creation of a set of national CPGs by Paramedics Australasia.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jun 2019
EventInternational Conference on Emergency Medicine: ICEM - Coex, Seoul, Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
Duration: 12 Jun 201915 Jun 2019
Conference number: 18
http://www.icem2019.com/
http://www.icem2019.com/download/ICEM2019_programbook_ver14.pdf (program book)

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Emergency Medicine
Abbreviated titleEmergency Medicine
CountryKorea, Democratic People's Republic of
CitySeoul
Period12/06/1915/06/19
Internet address

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    Creating the Australasian Paramedic Clinical Guidelines

    Sonja Maria (Creator)

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    Sonja Maria (Creator) & Marc Colbeck (Creator)

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    Maria, S., & Colbeck, M. (2019). Creating a unique taxonomy for Australasian Paramedic Clinical Guidelines. Paper presented at International Conference on Emergency Medicine, Seoul, Korea, Democratic People's Republic of.