EUSEM Call for patient representatives with an interest in Emergency Medicine

Our friends at the European Patients’ Forum (EPF) have kindly asked to assist in their quest in search for patient representatives with a particular interest or experience in Emergency Medicine and who would be interested in participating in the following project:

“The European Society for Emergency Medicine (EUSEM) is currently working on a project to define an initial set of Quality Indicators for Emergency Departments in Europe. They will soon conduct a Delphi process that aims to define European wide quality standards for Emergency Care in the Emergency Departments. 

They are currently looking for patient representatives with a particular interest or experience in Emergency Medicine who can therefore provide an informed perspective.

The expected workload will not be onerous. The selected participant will receive a list of the items (50, in total) and will be asked to choose those quality markers which she/he regards as most important for the Emergency Departments. Every participant will have the possibility to select the 20 most important markers and to grade those for importance by rating them. This selection will be sent to the EUSEM office where it will be anonymized for further analysis”.  

If you know a patient representative with a particular interest or experience in Emergency Medicine who could be interested in participating, please don’t hesitate to contact policy@eu-patient.eu.

Thank you

 

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