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Experience With a Novel, Global, Open-Access Template for Major Incidents: Qualitative Feasibility Study.

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      The transfer of experiences gained after prehospital medical responses to major incidents has largely been nonsystematic, and better-structured reporting methods have been advocated. A consensus-based template was recently created and implemented as an open-access website. This qualitative study assessed the feasibility of using the template and reporting site.

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      [1 ] 1Department of Research and Development,Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation,Drøbak,Norway.
      [2 ] 3Department of Clinical Medicine,University of Tromsø,Tromsø,Norway.
      [3 ] 2Anaesthesia and Critical Care Research Group, Faculty of Health Sciences,University of Tromsø,Tromsø,Norway.
      Journal
      Disaster Med Public Health Prep
      Disaster medicine and public health preparedness
      Cambridge University Press (CUP)
      1938-744X
      1935-7893
      August 2017
      : 11
      : 4
      27995839
      S1935789316001567
      10.1017/dmp.2016.156

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