Thesis ID: CBB479235439

Investigating the Current Status of Collegiate Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Organizations via a National Survey Study and Tracing the History of Arizona State University EMS Department (2019)

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Wang, Jada (Author)
Chew, Matthew K. (Advisor)
Maienschein, Jane A. (Advisor)


Arizona State University
Chew, Matthew K.
Maienschein, Jane A.
Publication date: 2019
Language: English


Publication Date: 2019
Physical Details: 48 pp.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) first response personnel treat urgent and immediate illnesses and injuries in prehospital settings, and transport patients to definitive care if needed. EMS originated during warfare. The practice of rescuing wounded soldiers started during the Byzantine Empire, and developed along with other medical advances to the present day. Civilian EMS in the United States grew rapidly starting in the 1960s. Following the landmark National Research Council white paper of “Accidental Death and Disability: The Neglected Disease of Modern Society”, the nation addressed the key issues and problems faced in delivering emergency medical services. Today, colleges and universities often sponsor EMS organizations to serve populations concentrated in complex campuses. These are collectively known as Collegiate-Based Emergency Medical Services (CBEMS). By September 2018, there were 252 registered CBEMS organizations in the United States. Most are affiliated with the National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation (NCEMSF), which advocates, encourages, and provides support for CBEMS organizations. A survey repeating prior work (1996 and 2005) was sent to all NCEMSF registered CBEMS organizations, and 24 responded. The survey included questions on demographics, response capacities, coverage, organization, and logistics information. Locally, Arizona State University Student Emergency Medical Services (SEMS at ASU) began as an all-student-run volunteer organization in 2008. In 2018, SEMS at ASU became ASU EMS, as an official subdivision of the ASU Environmental Health Safety (EH&S) Department. This study summarizes the history of EMS, investigates the current status of CBEMS organizations and traces the history of ASU EMS from a volunteer group to an official department.

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Authors & Contributors
DiMoia, John P.
Elman, Benjamin A.
Felt, Ulrike
Garon, Sheldon
Greene, Jeremy Alan
Herzberg, David
Journals
East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal
Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
Science, Technology, and Human Values
Annals of the History and Philosophy of Biology
Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadienne d'Histoire de la Medecine
Publishers
University of Chicago Press
Princeton University
Franz Steiner Verlag
Johns Hopkins University Press
University of New Mexico Press
Concepts
Health care
Medicine
Public health
Emergency medical technicians
Professions and professionalization
Science and technology studies (STS)
People
Johnson, Harold Lester
Lockwood, G. Wesley
Serkowski, Krzysztof M.
Jerzykiewicz, M.
Time Periods
21st century
20th century, late
20th century
19th century
20th century, early
Places
United States
Arizona (U.S.)
Taiwan
Japan
India
Korea
Institutions
Arizona State University
Carnegie Institution of Washington
Lowell Observatory
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
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