#EMSFORWARD

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is a special and unique profession with many dedicated men and women. These professionals bring compassion, enthusiasm and dependability in often very challenging environments.  The Center for Patient Safety (CPS) is here to support EMS professionals and offer resources as well as tools to improve safety. The EMSForward campaign provides topics to begin the discussion of patient safety. We are an independent not-for-profit organization with a mission to reduce preventable harm.

This campaign is consistent with our mission and focus as we support and promote safety in EMS. Together, we will help move #EMSForward. We invite you to engage in the conversation further on social media and watch for additional content to support the #EMSForward campaign!

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WHAT IS EMSFORWARD?
EMSFORWARD is a campaign to improve patient and provider safety in EMS.

WHY THESE 10 TOPICS?
The 10 topics were identified by CPS based upon voluntary data submitted to the CPS PSO. The topics selected for this booklet came from the analysis.

WHO SHOULD READ THIS?
Everyone who wants to improve EMS patient and provider safety.

HOW TO USE THIS BOOKLET?
Use the booklet to learn about 10 topics, then ask yourself the question posed on each page.

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WHAT IS EMSFORWARD 360?
EMSFORWARD 360 is part of an ongoing campaign to develop awareness, understanding and action to improve safety culture in EMS.

WHY THESE 12 TOPICS?
The 12 topics presented in this booklet are based on a tool used to measure patient safety culture in Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

WHO SHOULD READ THIS?
EMS professionals who want to improve their culture of safety.

HOW TO USE THIS BOOKLET?
Discuss the questions around each topic to better appreciate how culture impacts your organization.

ASSESS YOUR CULTURE
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