Planning Emergency Medical Services for Children in Bolivia: part 2-results of a Rapid Assessment Procedure.

@article{Goepp2004PlanningEM,
  title={Planning Emergency Medical Services for Children in Bolivia: part 2-results of a Rapid Assessment Procedure.},
  author={Julius G K Goepp and Nancy P. Chin and Timothy Malia and Armin Poordabbagh},
  journal={Pediatric emergency care},
  year={2004},
  volume={20 10},
  pages={664-70}
}
OBJECTIVE To obtain social and cultural data about factors affecting the development of Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMS-C) in La Paz, Bolivia. The points-of-view of potential consumers and providers were sought. METHODS A Rapid Assessment Procedure (RAP) was conducted. RAP is a qualitative ethnographic technique that permits delineation of social, cultural, and behavioral themes about a population based on members' lived experience. In-depth interviews and participant-observation… CONTINUE READING