DETERMINING THE IMPACT RATE OF TRIAGE TRAINING ON AWARENESS AND SKILL LEVEL OF PRE-HOSPITAL EMERGENCY PERSONNEL OF FASA CITY
Objectives: This study was conducted with the aim of determining the impact of triage training on awareness and skill level of pre-hospital emergency personnel of Fasa City. The present study is applied in respect of objective.
Methods: The statistical population of this study includes all members of crisis management system of Fasa emergency 115 (n=103) that the sample was considered equal to the population. The questionnaire has been adjusted based on 5-value Likert scale. For analysis of data collected from Pearson correlation coefficient, the research hypotheses were examined and tested using SPSS software version 18.
Results: There is a significant positive relation between participating in training courses and triage awareness of Fasa city pre-hospital emergency personnel. Also, there is a significant and positive relation between participating in training courses and triage skill of Fasa City pre-hospital emergency personnel.
Conclusion: Study concludes that, with healthcare information, it is recommended that the topics relating to performance and awareness to be noticed by authorities.
Peer Review History:
Received 16 February 2018; Revised 25 February; Accepted 5 March, Available online 15 March 2018
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