• bigham bl, buick je, brooks sc, et al patient safety in emergency medical services: a systematic review of the literature prehosp emerg care 201216(1):20-35 • ems forward. Emergency medical services responders' perceptions of the effect of stress and anxiety on patient safety in the out-of-hospital emergency care of children: a qualitative study guise jm, hansen m, o'brien k, et al bmj open 20177:e014057. Emergency medical services (ems) providers care for patients in dynamic and challenging environments prehospital emergency care is a field that represents an area of high risk for errors and harm, but has received relatively little attention in the patient safety literature.
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