|Name:||Legislation Study on Emergency Medical Care Systems in the English-Speaking Caribbean.|
Pan American Health Organization. Legislation Study on Emergency Medical Care Systems in the English-Speaking Caribbean. Washington, D.C.: PAHO, © 2010. 19 pgs.
Part 1 of the Paper is a preliminary section stating the objectives of the study, its methodology and variables of analysis, and sources of information utilized, as well as its structural requirements as set out
Part 2 of the Paper outlines the fi ndings of the study. In the majority of cases, although countries and territories may have pre-hospital emergency medical ambulance service, such services are not supported by legislative enactments. Th e supportive role that emergency ambulance service can provide in the disaster preparedness and response context of the English-speaking Caribbean is noted.
Part 3 of the Paper gives general conclusions on findings.
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