Community resilience: what significance does it have for an ambulance service?
Friday, September 2, 2011
The Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) has developed a strategy for community resilience. This article explains what community resilience is from an ambulance service perspective, and why this approach is considered critical for the service to meet its objective of delivering quality patient care, and to address some of the major challenges currently experienced. Important benefits for communities and partners from other sectors are identified, and an outcome-focused approach indicates how these will be achieved. The five key strategic components are outlined, with examples related to practice. Challenges and opportunities for taking the agenda forward are discussed.
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