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5 Matching questions

  1. Medical director
  2. Refresher education
  3. Emergency medical responder (EMR)
  4. Online medical direction
  5. Diplomacy
  1. a An EMS professional who provides initial basic life support care to patients who access the EMS system; formerly called first responder.
  2. b Direct voice communication by a medical director to a prehospital professional while he/she is attending to the patient.
  3. c A physician responsible for the oversight of the EMS system and the actions of the paramedics; also known as physician advisor.
  4. d Tact and skill in dealing with people
  5. e The process of refreshing information and skills previously learned.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The process of entering an individual's name and essential information into a record as a means of verifying initial certification and monitoring recertification.
  2. Permission granted to an individual by a governmental authority, such as a state, to perform certain restricted activities.
  3. Prospective and retrospective medical direction.
  4. Life long learning.
  5. A network of resources that provides emergency care and transportation to victims of sudden illness or injury.

5 True/False questions

  1. Physician advisorAn external verification of the competencies that an individual has achieved and typically involves an examination process; in healthcare these process are typically designed to verify that an individual has achieved minimum competency to ensure safe and effective patient care.

          

  2. continuous quality improvement (CQI)Programs designed to improve the level of care; commonly driven by quality assurance.

          

  3. CertificationAn external verification of the competencies that an individual has achieved and typically involves an examination process; in healthcare these process are typically designed to verify that an individual has achieved minimum competency to ensure safe and effective patient care.

          

  4. Standing ordersQualities or characteristics of a person.

          

  5. NHTSANational Standard Curriculum