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Case studies for the emergency responder : psychosocial, ethical, and leadership dimensions

Author: S Joseph Woodall; Jeffrey A Thomas
Publisher: Clifton Park, N.Y. : Delmar, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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" ... Designed to demonstrate how interpersonal challenges of emergency medical response personnel and the people they serve can be proactively addressed and effectively conquered. Appropriate for practicing professionals and students alike, this book features case studies spanning a variety of topics including customer service, incident command, safety, interagency cooperation, internal and external communications,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case Reports
Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S Joseph Woodall; Jeffrey A Thomas
ISBN: 9781418053598 1418053597
OCLC Number: 525349081
Description: xxviii, 337 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Case Study 1. Knock-Knock --
Case Study 2. Rehab --
Case Study 3. A Penny for Your Thoughts --
Case Study 4. Fools Rush In --
Case Study 5. Magnetic Personality --
Case Study 6. You Did What? --
Case Study 7. It'll Only Take a Minute --
Case Study 8. Why at 3 AM? --
Case Study 9. Where Do We Go from Here? --
Case Study 10. Bright Idea --
Case Study 11. One Patient --
To Go --
Case Study 12. Pain in the Butt --
Case Study 13. Fatal Mistake --
Case Study 14. Holiday Get-Together --
Case Study 15. Dog and Pony Show --
Case Study 16. The Coke Scandal --
Case Study 17. Crass Course --
Case Study 18. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof --
Case Study 19. All Dressed Up and No Place to Go --
Case Study 20. Food Poisoning --
Case Study 21. A Few Good Men --
Case Study 22. Appearances --
Case Study 23. A Quarter a Day Keeps the Doctor Away --
Case Study 24. Professional Courtesy? --
Case Study 25. Frequent Flyer --
Case Study 26. This is My Patient --
Case Study 27. The Perfect Storm --
Case Study 28. Family Ties --
Case Study 29. Salute --
Case Study 30. In Their Time of Grief.
Responsibility: S. Joseph Woodall, Jeffrey A. Thomas.

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Shows how interpersonal challenges of emergency medical response personnel and the people they serve can be proactively addressed and conquered. Suitable for practicing professionals and students  Read more...

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Preface. Acknowledgements. Case Study 1. Fools Rush In. Case Study 2. Frequent Flyer. Case Study 3. In Their Time of Grief. Case Study 4. A Quarter a Day Keeps the Doctor Away. Case Study 5. All Read more...

 
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