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Rol del enfermero en los centros de coordinación de urgencias y emergencias

Tema en 'Gestión de sistemas de emergencias' comenzado por novosky1983, 11 Feb 2012.

  1. novosky1983

    novosky1983 e-mergencista nuevo

    Hola! estoy realizando una revisión bibliografica sobre el rol de la enfemeria en los centros de coordinacion de urgencas y emergencias en España , y hay muy poca bibliografia acerca de este tema, por lo que me gustaria que me hechaseis una manos aquellos que tengan conocimientos sobre el tema, como email de coordinadores, articulos, webs, etc.
    un salud
     
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  2. CurroJimenez

    CurroJimenez e-mergencista experimentado

    Respuesta: Rol del enfermero en los centros de coordinación de urgencias y emergencia

    Hombre, yo enviaria una carta a los diferentes Centros de Coordinacion (SUC, SUMMA, SESCAM, SACYL, etc...)solicitandoles informacion o que al menos le facilitaran el documento a los Due´s para se pongan en contacto contigo.

    Un saludo
     
  3. kickfree

    kickfree e-mergencista experimentado

    Respuesta: Rol del enfermero en los centros de coordinación de urgencias y emergencia

    http://www.e-mergencia.com/foro/downloads.php?do=file&id=326

    Espero que sea de ayuda...

    BUSQUEDA BIBLIOGRAFICA:

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    Siemens, S.A. Siemens Busines Services, 28760 Tres Cantos (Madrid), Tel.: + 34 91 514 92 91
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    Revista: Emergencias, ISSN: 1137-6821


    Datos Fuente: 1998, 10 (3): 173-185, 33 REF 4

    • SERVICIOS DE EMERGENCIA MÉDICA EXTRAHOSPITALARIA EN ESPAÑA (II)
    A. Pacheco Rodríguez*/**, A. Álvarez García*, F. E. Hermoso Gadeo**, A. Serrano Moraza*/***
    *Servicio Especial de Urgencias INSALUD-061- Madrid. **Consorcio Público SCIS-EMERGENCIA Ciudad Real-006. ***Servicio de Emergencia y Rescate SERCAM. Bomberos Comunidad de Madrid-085. 5

    • Situación actual de los Servicios de Urgencias Hospitalarios en España (III): Recursos materiales y humanos. Perfil profesional del médico de Urgencias.
    F. J. Montero Pérez, J. M. Calderón de la Barca Gázquez, L. Jiménez Murillo
    A. Berlango Jiménez, I. Pérez Torres, L. Pérula de Torres* SERVICIO DE URGENCIAS. *UNIDAD DOCENTE DE MEDICINA FAMILIAR Y COMUNITARIA. HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARIO "REINA SOFÍA" DE CÓRDOBA. 6



    • Protocolo de campo para el coordinador sanitario de accidentes de múltiples víctimas
    E. E. Pesqueira Alonso SAMU. CONSELLERIA DE SANITAT. GENERALITAT VALENCIANA. CASTELLÓN. 7

    • ¿Debemos hacernos preguntas si queremos centros coordinadores de urgencias sostenibles?
    Raimón Quintana
    Consultor especializado en diseño de centros de coordinación de urgencias 8

    • SERVICIO EXTREMEÑO DE SALUD. CONSEJERÍA DE PRESIDENCIA, RESOLUCIÓN de 4 de agosto de 2004, de la Secretaría General, por la que se hace pública la adjudicación del suministro de equipamiento hardware para la plataforma tecnológica sitrem del Centro 112 de Extremadura. Expte.: SH-19/04. 9

    • NORMATIVA 112 CLM. 10

    • MANUAL PARA LOS EQUIPOS DE REGULACIÓN MÉDICA, TOMO I, BASES TEÓRICAS PARA LA REGULACIÓN MÉDICA DE LOS SAMU Y LOS SISTEMAS INTEGRADOS DE ATENCIÓN MÉDICA DE URGENCIA. Miguel Martínez Almoyna, SAMU (15) de Paris 1, Oscar Valcárcel y Luis Jorge Montessi SAME 107 – Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. Segunda Edición en castellano, 2003. 11
    • Guía de Asignación de Recursos de Emergencias en el Sector Sanitario del 1-1-2 de CLM. 12

    • COORDINACIÓN Y REGULACIÓN SANITARIA. EVOLUCIÓN CONCEPTUAL, TÉCNICA Y PROFESIONAL DE LA ATENCIÓN A URGENCIAS. Juan Antonio Sánchez Losada. Director médico GUETS. 13
    • Plan grandes emergencias GUETS-SESCAM. 14

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    6. Title: Telephone triage liability: protecting your patients and your practice from harm.
    Author(s): Schmitt, Barton D
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    7. Title: Quality frameworks for telephone triage
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    8. Title: 'It's easier to talk to a woman'. Aspects of gender in Swedish telenursing
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    20. Title: Day-case peripheral angioplasty using nurse-led admission, discharge, and follow-up procedures: arterial closure devices are not necessary
    Author(s): Kasthuri, R; Karunaratne, D; AndrewY, H, et al.
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    21. Title: Telephone triage in maternity care.
    Author(s): Kennedy, Susan
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