PHTLS (Prehospital Trauma Life Support) overseas

Emerg Med Serv. 2001 May;30(5):140-3.

Abstract

There are many names and places that space will not allow here. In the future, I hope to write about these places one at a time and give more detailed reports on the people all over the world who are our brothers and sisters in EMS, covering the places they work and how they provide care. In any event, with each opportunity, we learn about people, ourselves and how small a place the world has become. We are reminded not to approach people and places with belligerence, implying that we have all the answers. By considering the culture and environment in which care is provided, we learn to bring the same open-mindedness back home to help when addressing the problems we face every day. What our neighbors have to teach us may be the next big step in our development.

MeSH terms

  • Asia
  • Emergency Medical Services / organization & administration*
  • Emergency Medical Technicians / education*
  • Europe
  • Humans
  • International Educational Exchange*
  • Mexico
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South America
  • Travel